The uses of bouquets of flowers are varied, which can be used as an expression of pain in funerals, as a gift between lovers, as a complement to the wedding dress, and on many other occasions in life such as a birthday or anniversary. Mothers Day.
The bridal bouquet is a custom started in ancient Greece, which consisted of a set of herbs and garlic to attract good graces and prevent the evil eye.
In the Middle Ages, brides would go to church, where they would receive flowers, herbs and spices to bring them luck and happiness, thus forming, at the end of the journey, a bouquet. It was in Europe that arrangements became more sophisticated with exotic flowers.
In some cultures, ancient practices still survive today. Its development is similar to an art with its sometimes very strong codes as in Japan. The oldest known book on flower arrangement is Japanese and dates from 1445. Simplicity and linear form are the main characteristics of ikebana, which has had a great influence on the organization of Western flowers since the end of the century. 19th century.
In Europe, the organization of flowers as a formal art was first documented among the Dutch, who painted wonderful informal flower arrangements. In the 18th century, arrangements were used to decorate the homes of wealthy families and aristocrats.
A bouquet is an assembly of flowers, leaves and twigs joined together to compose a harmony of shapes, colors, scents. The bouquet can be of various shapes, round or long stem for example.
This is where the fragrant bouquet comes into its own as a complement to the bouquet of flowers.
The fragrant bouquet is a collection of emotions, memories, perceptions and sharing of a meaning that is hardly used. A bouquet of complex, refined and delicate fragrances. More than an object, it is the imperceptible that touches us when we cross its scent.
Today, the fragrant bouquet has become essential in her interior. Like a skin scent, it marks your identity in the place where you live, where you work and even in the places that transport you. It creates a reassuring sense of belonging, almost a sense of pride needed to complete what you do.