'No roses please' is a phrase that's heard more and more often by Jenny Hong, principal designer and owner of Floret.
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) July 02, 2013
At Floret, an exclusive studio dedicated to the creation of personalized wedding flowers for brides, floral alternatives are plentiful for brides looking to stay away from roses.
“No roses please” is a phrase that's heard more and more often by Jenny Hong, principal designer and owner of Floret. “Brides are still looking for options for things that are anything, but the ordinary and every day for flowers including roses,” she says. “And this leaning presents unique opportunities to explore options that would typically not be go to flowers.”
At Floret, the flowers that have been popular have been callas, orchids and believe it or not, carnations.
For couples wanting to create a modern, look callas are an amazing flower. Long and tubular they are a versatile flower with a very unique appearance that can be used in everything from bouquets to centrepieces. While it is a more premium and costly flower, it is very often used minimalistically in stunning contemporary designs.
Orchids are first choice among those who are wishing to add a bit of the exotic to their nuptials. They are spectacular blooms that come in a variety of colours and variety that can be used on their own or mixed with more classic flowers to add texture.
In recent years, the carnations has been making a comeback. They are no longer your grandmother's carnation arrangement of baby's breath and fern. Arrangements of carnations are created in high scale in masses of blooms to create memorable designs.
Floret is an exclusive boutique wedding flower and decor studio dedicated to providing stunning reflections of a couple's love through the beauty of flowers. Helpful planning tools and a checklist can be found at http://www.floret.ca The studio is located in Markham, Ontario and serves couples getting married in Toronto and the Greater Toronto area. Consultations are available by appointment and can be made online or via phone at 905-604-8620.