With every New Year, they come in droves. As a society we’re used to exploring them in online and print articles as it pertains to the fashion, food, and technology. However you’d be surprised that Floral Design has its own set of trend that dance in and out of the wedding, event, and corporate arena every year. In this month’s blog we’re going to delv into what the experts are predicting this year, from what’s up and coming, to trends that appear to be here to stay (until 2017 at least).
The country of New Zealand has a rich and varied culture. New Zealanders (known informally as Kiwis) represent a true cultural melting pot. With a large majority hailing from European decent, their population also includes the indigenous people, the Maori whose origin has been traced back to the islands of Eastern Polynesia. Their varied backgrounds create unique and interesting floral traditions for everything from weddings to Christmas.
In India flowers represent the country’s unity in the form of diversity, liveliness and generosity, providing a rich cultural fragrance and values. A single flower or a bunch of flowers can gladden the mind and confer prosperity. In the various traditions flowers have forever been associated with the Creator, religion, worship with innumerable myths and legends across. Similarly, flowers have forever remained an integral part of culture.
While most people relate to their Zodiac sign, few are aware of the parallel between their zodiac star sign and their zodiac flower sign. While our star signs have long been studied and reveled in our personalities. Our flower signs are a great way too look at ourselves as blossoming individuals in our own right. As in nature our flower signs remind us that life is full of valleys and peeks, every changing seasons, and unforeseen challenges. It can also act as a cute way to pick out the perfect flowers for a loved one.