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The Complete Guide to Purple Wedding Flowers + Purple Flower Names

Purple Wedding Flowers Names and Seasons

From pretty purple tulips, to pale lavender carnations to dark purple irises &#; today we&#;re sharing with you our extensive guide to purple wedding flowers! You&#;re looking for purple flower names? We&#;ve got you covered in your search for dark purple flowers, and also have a handy list of light purple flowers for a wedding, too! 

Purple is an extremely versatile color for weddings &#; think delicate purple orchids, tulip, larkspur and alliums as perfect purple flowers for a whimsical summer or spring wedding. Or perhaps the deep, dark shades of dianthus, iris and carnations have you picturing a cosy winter wedding? Of course it goes without saying that shades of purple and plum blooms are just perfect for a fall celebration!

 

Purple Wedding Flower Guide

Purple Flower Names and Pictures

In addition to purple flower names, we&#;ll be sharing a few hints for how to get the most of your purple wedding flowers, their seasonal availability and flower pairing suggestions. All this, with the help of our friends and sponsors,Blooms by the Box &#; who sell all of these incredible purple wedding flowers direct from their website online! Check them out here.

We love how fun and whimsical purple flowers look in this modern and creative Alice in Wonderland garden wedding. And we&#;ll always be obsessed with this elegantly romantic &#;tree chapel&#; wedding pairing delicate lavender blooms cream roses and pale mint succulents.

In this fourth installment of our wedding flowers by color series, just think of our wedding flower guide as your handy cheat-sheet to flowers for your purple wedding!

Purple wedding flowersPurple Flower Names

Purple Dendrobium Orchid Wedding Flower

  • Season: All Year
  • Best With: Calla Lily, Roses
  • Tip: Separate them carefully to avoid intertwining

Purple Moonlight Carnation Wedding Flower

  • Season: All Year
  • Best With: Roses, Baby’s Breath
  • Best For: Bouquets, Centerpieces
  • Tip: Pair with other moon carnations for an ombre effect

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Purple Allium Wedding Flower

  • Season: March-May in Northern Hemisphere
  • Best For: centerpieces
  • Tip: Great for adding a whimsical touch

Purple Larkspur Wedding Flower

  • Season: All Year
  • Best With:Tulips
  • Tip: Use in tall arrangements

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Purple Wedding Flower: Purple Pompon

  • Season: All Year
    Tip:
    Very hardy, long vase life

Wax Flower Purple

  • Season: All Year
  • Best For: Filling bouquets or centerpieces
  • Tip: Pair with pastels for a whimsical look

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Purple Tulip Flower

  • Season: All Year
  • Great With: Ranunculus, Dianthus
  • Best For: Centerpieces
  • Tip: Thesekeep growing after cut, so recut them for vases

Mid Blue / Purple Stock Flower

  • Season: All Year
  • Best With: Hydrangeas, Roses
  • Best For: Bouquets, Centerpieces
  • Tip: Space them out while hydrating

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Light Purple MoonAqua Carnation Wedding Flower

  • Season: All Year
  • Best With: Roses, Baby’s Breath
  • Best For: Bouquets, Centerpieces
  • Tip: Pair with other moon carnations for an iridescent ombre effect

Lavender Wedding Flower: Cushion Pompon

  • Season: All Year
    Tip:
    Very hardy, long vase life

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Light Purpler Wedding Flower: Lavender Scabiosa

  • Season: March-October in Northern Hemisphere
  • Best With: Anemones, Hydrangeas
  • Best For: Bouquets, Centerpieces
  • Tip: These have a tendency to droop, use floral wire to keep up

Lavender Wedding Flower: Pompon Daisy

  • Season: All Year
  • Best With: yellow or green flowers to match the centers
  • Best For: Crowns, Centerpieces
  • Tip: Very hardy, long vase life

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Purple Iris Wedding Flower 

  • Season: All Year
  • Best With:
  • Best For: Bouquets
  • Tip: These make a great single flower bouquet

Purple Dianthus Wedding Flower

  • Season: All Year
  • Best With:daises, carnations
  • Best For: bouquets, centerpieces
  • Tip: Average of blooms per stem

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Dark Purple Flower: Moonvista Carnation

  • Season: All Year
  • Best With: Roses, Baby’s Breath
  • Best For: Bouquets, Centerpieces
  • Tip: Pair with other moon carnations for an ombre effect

Dark Purple Wedding Flower: Moonshade Carnation

  • Season: All Year
  • Best With: Roses, Baby’s Breath
  • Best For: Bouquets, Centerpieces
  • Tip: Pair with other moon carnations for an ombre effect

Purple Kale

  • Best With: mini Picasso Calla Lilies
  • Best For: Centerpieces
  • Tip: Place in warm water to help them open faster

 

Purple Wedding Flower Names Types

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50 Gorgeous Flower Centerpieces for Any Wedding Style

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Fall for Autumn Hues

Planning a fall wedding? Don't be afraid to embrace plenty of texture and contrast. This stunning centerpiece is low enough to allow for cross-table conversation, with just a few stray stems for plenty of interest.

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Pick Pink Peonies

Springtime? Garden-inspired? Peonies are a wedding floral statement. Fill a small vase with plenty of these fragrant blooms for a lush look.

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Make It Mauve

If the Cafe Au Lait Dahlias in this centerpiece don't capture your attention, the rest of the design surely will. With garden roses, lisianthus, eucalyptus, and dusty miller, this overflowing centerpiece plays with purple hues in the most beautiful way.

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Add Coral to Your Color Scheme

Want just a hint of rustic in your color palette? Adding pops of coral roses and dahlias are sure to do the trick when paired with a terracotta pot. A few strawflowers added to the mix provide texture to round out the look.

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Display Tall and Short

Want to add a bit of height to the room? Do it with blooms! Work with your florist to create dramatic floral displays that tower over lower pieces.

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Command Attention With Garden Roses

Is there anything more romantic than garden roses? With ruffled petals, they're absolutely dreamy and the perfect addition to any centerpiece.

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Include a Pop of Yellow

We love the way this centerpiece is made up of predominantly neutral tones, with just a pop of sunny yellow. The long branches add texture to make the display that much more interesting.

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Include Ikebanas

Want florals without a giant centerpiece? Look to Ikebanas. These dainty displays are such a great way to showcase just a few blooms.

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Pair Florals and Tropical Fruit

Plenty of white blooms, along with anemones and king protea make up this display. But the addition of greenery and fruit takes it to the tropics in a subtle, stunning way.

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Wow With Romantic Roses

Hoping for a flower-filled, romantic display? Pull it off with full, lush centerpieces like this one made up of plenty of blush garden roses and a touch of chocolate scabiosa.

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Stick to Classic and Elegant

Nothing says garden-inspired wedding like fresh roses. Deck a table with lush, romantic centerpieces in a subtle color palette for an incredible scent and a gorgeous look.

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Add Plenty of Height

This tall, bold centerpiece makes such a statement towering over the reception table. With a gorgeous gold base, paired with plenty of white blooms and greenery, it's perfect for a classic wedding.

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Show Off Sweet Peas

Want a display as sweet as can be? Sweet peas are the flower for you! Add stems in small bud vases for a charming centerpiece.

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Go Bold With Color

Who says a floral centerpiece needs to stick to a simple color palette? If you're obsessed with color, lean into it. A mixture of dahlias, roses, and peonies made up this rustic-meets-refined display.

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Embrace Baby's Breath

Baby's breath is one of the most versatile, charming blooms available. Embrace its simplicity by lining the entire table with it. It'll add a touch of romance while remaining super budget-friendly.

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Keep It Simple

There's no shame in keeping things simple, especially if you're not into big, lush arrangements. Display tall bud vases with a single bloom, along with some greenery for texture to create a lively look.

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Run the Table

Obsessed with florals? In love with color? Make a bold splash by adding a floral runner to your reception table, complete with your favorite blooms in any color palette.

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Add Height and Texture

We love the way this display walks the line between floral arrangement and tree centerpiece. A combination of roses, dried lunaria, and autumn leaves made the most stunning statement for a fall celebration.

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Wow With Wildflowers

What if you could just pick your own wedding flowers? You absolutely can if you'd like! Head out to a u-pick flower farm or ask your friend or family member to visit their garden. Pick blooms in varying colors and stem lengths for a gorgeous display in bud vases.

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Pair White Roses and Greenery

Sometimes keeping it simple is the best way to add that wow factor. This enchanting look combined garden roses, ranunculus, and a garland of greenery for an elegant centerpiece.

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Incorporate Tapered Candlesticks

Lining the table with candlesticks is common, but what if they were added to the actual centerpiece? This display combined a few florals with taper candles in a little dish for a lovely look.

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Make a Statement With Maroon

Want to make your tablescape that much more romantic? Play with a color such as maroon. It adds interesting contrast for an eye-catching centerpiece.

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Turn to Tulips

A springtime soirée calls for spring blooms. What could be a better fit than white tulips and roses? It's the ideal combination to pull off a light and airy vibe.

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Add a Touch of Whimsy

Preparing for plenty of peach at a summer wedding? This combination of ranunculus, butterfly ranunculus, poppies, and sweet peas serves as the perfect inspiration for a stunning arrangement with the slightest boho vibe.

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Match Your Plates

Plenty of color on the menu? Often, floral centerpieces serve as a simple complement to a tablescape with a neutral color palette, but not this time! This display embraces the bold orange hue found in the plate's design and takes the table to a whole new level of fun.

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Create a Tropical Display

Taking it to the tropics doesn't always mean wildly bright colors. This low centerpiece combined palm leaves and neutral white blooms for a natural display.

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Dot a Runner With Florals

Want to embrace your love for natural greenery, with just a hint of color? Display a full table runner of greenery such as eucalyptus with a few blooms mixed right in.

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Play With Plenty of Texture

Not all floral arrangements need to be symmetrical, and this beautifully textured display proves just that. A mixture of pampas grass, white asparagus fern, pussy willow, and a few anthuriums creates a gorgeous, romantic vibe.

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Light It Up

This textural arrangement of peppergrass with lisianthus, scabiosa, and honey dijon roses is incredible on its own. But what took it to a whole new level? The addition of votive candles captured the light in the arrangement for such a gorgeous fall display.

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Surround It With Greenery

Create a natural look by letting plenty of greenery do the talking. We love the idea of placing a floral centerpiece on a neutral linen and then adding greenery around the base for a natural, overgrown look.

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Add Interest With Anthurium

Anthuriums are the sweetest, heart-shaped flowers and they can certainly command attention on their own. For a bold pop of color, line a reception table with bud vases featuring these colorful blooms.

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Pair Feathers and Florals

This fall arrangement made up of gorgeous foliage and flowers is stunning on its own, but one unique touch made it that much more interesting. Consider adding a few feathers to your floral centerpieces for a hint of texture.

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Stick to Minimalism

A black-tie wedding or a minimalist celebration? Create simple displays with two stems at varying lengths for a unique twist on a traditional centerpiece.

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Turn to Terracotta Pots

We love the lush, overflowing look of this centerpiece with plenty of blooms and branches. To make it look that much more organic? Turn to large terracotta pots.

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Say Yes to Yellow Hues

This sunny arrangement was the perfect way to stick with a low centerpiece, while still creating texture with longer stems. The mixture of garden roses, zinnias, and strawflower is as sweet as can be.

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Opt for Organics

Dining al fresco? Embrace a garden vibe with your centerpieces. These dainty vases were filled with hellebores, Queen Anne’s lace, and overflowing ivy.

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Put Dahlias Front and Center

Dahlias thrive toward the end of summer and into fall, and they're a lovely fit for a gorgeous centerpiece. Grab large blooms and place them in bud vases for a textured display.

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Create a Garden-Inspired Look

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A Glossary of Wedding Flowers by Color

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Delphinium

This flower is often used in large ceremony arrangements. It also comes in white, mauve, peach, and other blue shades.

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Hydrangea

You need just a handful of these big, preppy blooms to create an abundant centerpiece. It also comes in white, green, blue, and assorted pinks.

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Blue Thistle

Despite its name, it's not prickly and makes an excellent boutonniere flower.

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Tweedia

Besides hydrangea, tweedia is the only flower that comes in this shade of sky blue. It also comes in white.

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Pansy

This flower is ideal for DIY centerpieces. It comes in many color combinations.

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Muscari

An all-muscari bouquet is chic and ladylike. It also comes in white.

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Water Lily

This aquatic flower is a good focal bloom for a tropical centerpiece. It also comes in white, blue, hot pink, and yellow.

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Anthurium

This is an accent flower for a stylish bouquet. It also comes in green, red, blush, orange, white, red and green, and red and white.

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Stock

This inexpensive filler is available year-round. It also comes in dusty peach, dusty pink, white, and lavender.

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Clematis

This graceful, star-shaped flower is ideal for an airy, garden-inspired bouquet. It comes in a handful of colors—from purple to magenta to a striped white—and is a great accent flower. It pairs well with sweet peas, garden roses, and peonies.

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Hyacinth

This flower is hyperscented, so don't use it on your reception tables. It comes in pink, green, white, blue, peach, and soft yellow.

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Blackberry

Mix this berry with garden roses for an English-cottage look.

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Lilac

This classic bloom is most affordable in spring when it's abundant. It's very fragrant, but isn't as hardy and doesn't do well without water, making it better for centerpieces than bouquets. It also comes in two shades of white and mauve.

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Phalaenopsis Orchid

This contemporary flower is available all year, comes in an array of colors, and is quite pricey. It's ideal for a bride who wants a formal, luxurious aesthetic. Nothing cascades better than an orchid—so if you want a tumbling, oversize teardrop bouquet, look no further.

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Leucocoryne

Leucocoryne looks sweet grouped into a colorful posy. Its flowers range in color from white to pink to deep purple.

Pinks and Reds

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Blossoming Oregano

Are you a foodie? Tuck a spring into the napkin at each place setting.

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Rose

This flower is available year-round and pairs well with everything under the sun. A rose can work in any genre—it looks rustic with sunflowers and refined with lily of the valley.

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Sharry Baby Orchid

It often has a faint vanilla scent.

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Parrot Tulip

Perfect for a spring wedding, parrot tulips come in a huge range of colors, from the softest pink to the brightest coral to the deepest blackened eggplant.

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Anemone

This modern-looking flower also comes in white, blue, red, plum, and blush. On their own, anemones feel modern, festive, and cheerful.

Anemones close naturally when it's dark, and open when it's bright. If your venue is dimly lit, put them in warm water and they'll open up fast.

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Nerine

This quirky flower also comes in white, fuchsia, and salmon. It looks playful in a corsage.

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Dendrobium Orchid

Arrange this orchid variety en masse for an extravagant centerpiece. It also comes in white, purple, green, and magenta.

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Queen Protea

This statement flower also comes in white. Consider this showstopper if you love the look of a single flower over a bouquet.

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Double Tulip

This flower is only available in winter and spring. "Double" implies that it has a fatter head size and more densely layered petals than other tulips.

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Scabiosa

These flowers also come in white, lavender, blue, burgundy, and black. They're a great substitute for wildflowers if you're marrying in their off-season (generally winter and spring).

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Bromeliad

This rare, tropical flower is perfect in a gallery or loft setting.

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Garden Rose

A garden rose has a Victorian, and it comes in every color except blue and is one of the more fragrant roses. It's pricier than the average rose but more affordable than a peony.

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Mokara Orchid

This orchid variety also comes in orange, yellow, cream with pink dots, green, and lavender. It's the most budget-conscious orchid.

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Lepto

This is an affordable filler with a romantic vibe. It also comes in white.

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Blue and Purple Flower Arrangements, Symbolic and Elegant Table Centerpieces

Two beautiful flower arrangements, made with freesia, orchid, astrantia and muscari flowers look gorgeous. Professionally designed flower arrangements offer elegant table decoration and striking centerpiece ideas for special events. White, blue yellow and purple flowers create a charming color combination that can be used as an inspiration for holiday, birthday or wedding table decoration.

The first flower arrangement with a green ball with chopped leaves  in the center looks youthful and energetic, adding more texture to table decoration. The creative and playful flower arrangement with orchid and freesia flowers makes a great, unique and stylish table centerpiece.

The second flower arrangement, that includes an ostrich egg, decorated with grape hyacinth flowers in tender blue color look more formal, symbolic and impressive.

Yellow and purple flower arrangement, table decoration with orchid and freesia

Graceful flower arrangements for spring decorating

Beautiful flowers for table decorations, orchid and freesia flower arrangement from M. Kozhuhovski, florist

The first flower arrangement, designed with chopped green leaves, white orchid, yellow and purple freesia flowers, will add joy and playful mood to festive holiday table decoration. The second table centerpiece, created with charming astrantia and muscari flowers will add calming blue and green color tones to more formal table decoration.

Blue and purple flower arrangements are low and will not interfere with conversations at the table. Shiny glass texture, combined with flowers and green leaves look striking and harmonious. Sunny yellow flowers add warmth to light purple, blue, green and lilac colors, creating balanced and very decorative table centerpiece.

Blue flower arrangement, table decoration with grape hyacinth and great masterwort

Meaningful table centerpiece ideas, pale blue-purple flower arrangement for special event and holiday table decoration

Metal texture of candle holder, combined with soft and beautiful flowers add luxury and mystery to holiday table decorations, offering glowing centerpiece ideas. The flower arrangement is made with great master wort and pale blue grape hyacinth flowers that feel calm and solemn.

Modern flower arrangements, unusual table centerpiece ideas and gifts

Edible flowers for blooming table decoration

An ostrich egg  is a curious, impressive and symbolic ornament, common in ancient cultures. Greeks and the Muslims used an ostrich egg for decorating their religious buildings. An ostrich egg is the symbol of resurrection and life. The egg is the natural symbol of creation also.

All holidays and special events have their unique flavors and meaning. A ball, the central element of composition, is the symbol of the future, while the cross is the symbol of the past. Holiday table centerpieces and flower arrangements, that include a ball, add the symbol of Providence, eternity and power to table decoration.

Organic flowers for dinner table decoration

Edible flowers for romantic table decoration

Holiday table decorations with a ball in the center imply stability and happiness, while decorating with tender petals of yellow and purple flowers add beauty and style, creating meaningful and charming flower arrangements for special events.

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