Updated: Jul 19, 2020
Fleurrisimo NYC is one of the best New York City wedding florist. For this blog, allow me to explore the history, culture and tradition of the white bridal wedding gown and floral designs.
Location: 1000 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11225
Flower name: Hydrange, Emily Rose, Lisianthus,
In Victorian England, when Queen Victoria married Prince Albert, the old world tradition of using herbs and spices in bridal bouquets had been replaced by fresh flowers. The bride would carry her bridal bouquet arrangement as she walked down the aisle has become norm in today’s wedding tradition.
The tradition of brides wearing white has never symbolized virginity or purity, ‘the connotation of purity was not important, it was about wealth.” Throughout the 18th and 19th century, women who could afford it got married in white.
In the days when washing was done painstakingly by hand with a washboard, a white dress was almost impossible to clean thoroughly. “It was a garment you just wore once, so it was only for the very wealthy.”
Wedding dresses have changed in tune with fashion and society over the centuries – and also upends some of our long-held assumptions along the way. Henceforth, the evolution of wedding bridal color thematic designs has evolved over time with the passage of time and fashion trends.
Lately, bridal traditions has the white dress become that now when a bride chooses to tie the knot wearing another color, which was once considered daring and rebellious, is now the norm.
As one of the best new york city wedding florist, Fleurissimo NYC used flowers as color signifiers in current wedding tradition. Let take Pink as an example which is very popular in today’s wedding.
Pink over time becomes an expression of romance usually implies an expression of one's strong romantic love, or one's deep and strong emotional desires to connect with another person intimately or romantically.
Fleurissimo NYC, as one of the leading wedding florist in New York City was contacted by our couple to create a romantic blush pink wedding. We’ve created wedding floral arrangements and centerpiece with a variety of pink floral shades: hydrangeas, roses, lisianthus, peonies, with touches of blue delphinium, orchids and dahlias.
The wedding reception hall we’ve assembled a massive wedding centerpiece in tall long glass vases beautifully arranged with the same shades of romantic blush and soft pink floral designs.
Being one of the best new york city wedding florist, we’ve created a memorable evening. A soft, lovely evening written in time draped in a garland of romantic blush and soft pinks.