Finding the Perfect Flowers for Any Person’s Style
Did you know that people have floral counterparts? Its a look that matches their personality perfectly. It’s often refered to in the flower industry as a “floral signature.”
The art of creating floral gifts to match a person’s tastes is an a skill reserved for the moste talented of florists, or floral artists, as I like to call us.
Here are just a few Personalities in Bloom based upon preferences, likes and personal style.
Dramatic personalities are often cutting edge trendsetters, and yes even impulsive. They are attracted to bold and strong styles in contemporary containers as shown in the Haute Fleurs™ arrangement pictured below.
The Traditional personality is family-oriented, trustworthy and prefers classic styles filled with a variety of lush flowers in a traditional vase (or basket) as shown in the Flower Parade pictured below.
Romantics are dreamers, generous, spontaneous and can be extravagant. The romantic personality is drawn to floral bouquets of reds, pinks and purples, light fragrance and accented with ribbon as shown below in the Truly, Madly, Deeply bouquet.
Natural personality types are earthy, casual and often prefer the outdoors. Simple floral arrangements of wildflowers and greens that are earthy designed in a woodsy basket or natural container are the Natural personality’s preference as shown in the Eden’s Wildflower bouquet below.
The Artistic is an expressive, creative personality type, attracted to the arts and unconventional. The Artistic personality is attracted to exotic flowers, with unusual combinations of colors, shapes and textures as shown in the freestyle Flora Fiesta Bouquet below:
The next time you want to send flowers, consider the above styles and look for one that fits the personality of the person you are sending to.
Click on the photos above to order any of the flowers shown in this article. Call us today at 954.981.5515 or order online for your floral gifts. As floral artists, we are experts in the art of expression. Remember to ‘Let our flowers second your emotion!”
(source: Society of American Florists)