Top 10 dried flowers and stabilized flowers
The dried flowers ... You like them mixed in our different bouquets, skillfully assembled to form a nice bouquet of flowers. But who are they? Why do we love them? Some flowers are known, others less. However, each in their own way, they bring this little extra to make it the bouquets of dried flowers that dress your vases and last a long time. We will present you in this article our Top 10 dried flowers Indispensable for the composition of our bouquets at Flowrette.
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Our varieties of dried flowers and stabilized flowers that we prefer to compose your bouquet of dried flowers
These small yellow balls that would almost look like candy do not eat ... but they wake up the bouquets and give them pep. We love the colorful and vitamin rendering that our dear crashing Dried flowers compositions.
This is the type of flowers you need if you want to bring a few touches of colors to a room.
#2: Pampa herbs
Pampa herbs stems, we love them for the bohemian side they reflect, while softness and lightness. These feathered reeds immediately make us think of South America and are synonymous with exoticism.
Pampa grass is perfect to blur a "too wise" or even simply bouquet deposited in a lady Jeanne. It brings height to a bouquet. Timeless, dried pampe grass does not move and lasts very long ... for our greatest happiness!
#3: stabilized gypsoist
The stabilized gypsophile is Bohemian flower par excellence. In each creation where it is used, it brings this romantic and rural touch that we love so much in the bouquets of dried flowers. Pink or white, at Flowrette, we love it, like the pink gypsophile Our Hector signature bouquet.
#4: dried natural lagurus
Also called rabbit tail, they are many flowers (promised, no rabbit is mistreated during picking). These little "hair balls" all gentle warm the bouquets of dried flowers. The lagurus are both natural and colorful in color (powder pink, white). At Flowrette, we love to slip a few in Our country bouquets with soft hues like leopold.
#5: stabilized eucalyptus
Eucalyptus or "euka" as we like to call it in the workshop, is certainly not a flower strictly speaking, but this plant is still essential. We love its smell and the natural touch that eucalyptus brings in our bouquets.
He enhanced nude shades as in the bouquet Anatole, but it also goes very well with the pink and yellow colors of the bouquet Leon that you love so much. It is perfect for a bohemian or rural style decor. In short, you understood: at Flowrette, eucalyptus, we use it and we abuse it!
#6: Blanché stabilized ruscus
The ruscus is at the base a plant with therapeutic virtues with green leaves. Nothing exceptional you will say. But when it is bleached, it then has a completely different aspect: its small white leaves like winter are delicate and go perfectly with flowers in nude tones. It is not for nothing that at Flowrette, we put many stems in it in Our Gabriel flagship bouquet.
#7: stabilized hydrangea
The stabilized hydrangea, with its small petals which form a ball, gives a fresh appearance to the bouquet of dried flowers. Its rounded shape allows you to arrange the flower stems around it for a beautiful rendering.
We particularly like the white hydrangea which found its place in our bouquets Anatole, Hector and Côme. But at Flowrette, we also use the petals of hydrangeas in our combs for a rendering all in finesse and delicacy.
#8: Stabilized lavender
Ah lavender ... just by pronouncing his name we are directly transported in Provence! It is undoubtedly the best known of all our dried flowers, but it remains timeless. Its color and smell make us think to the south, the sun and the holidays, and that is surely why we like to integrate it into many bouquets of dried flowers! Discover The Odin bouquet inspired by lavender fields.
#9: Broom Bloom Blanché
It is found in many Flowrette compositions. With these small dried flowers in the shape of balls, it brings lightness and volume to Creations in dried flowers. Natural or bleached, it is essential for our florists.
#10: dried immortals
Orange, white, pale pink or dark ... It's very simple we love the dried immortals in all its colors, and we use them without moderation in many compositions: crowns, bouquets or even comb. These pretty dried flowers make us think of colored buttons which, integrated into many creations, including the charming Augustin bouquet, make our bouquets… immortal!
White or colorful, soft or spicy, small or large ... There are many dried flowers and stabilized flowers. They each have their charm and their assets, but together, they sublimate each creation in dried flowers and it is they who make us so much this decorative trend. At Flowrette, we are so fan that it was difficult to choose to give you a top 10. But what is certain is that the 10 dried flowers cited in this article are essential, and we use them with passion And without moderation in each of our creations!
Also, if you want to know the difference between dried flowers and stabilized flowers, we tell you about this article.
Go see this article if you want to find out why Stabilized flowers make perfect gifts !