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Old July 17th, 2020, 04:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Black Flower Bouquet: Why Send It

The color black is closely associated to sadness, death and grief; representing fear and the evil. So, why would one ever think of gifting a black flower bouquet?

While black often times symbolizes negatives, it can also carry a positive meaning. The color of the night, black is the unknown that encourages one to imagine things different from the colors of the day. Black can be the color of elegance, sophistication, power and formality.

Flowers Icons arrangements in black are stunning and provide a dramatic rather than just a merely pretty look. Flower arrangements or flower bouquet with black flowers brings a touch of mystery or unconventionality. But black flowers exist only in the imagination. The flowers we believe to be black are most often times the deepest shade of plum, purple, maroon or burgundy. Or they're tinted and can look unnatural.

A flower bouquet or flower arrangements are seldom completely made up of black flowers because it would look so dark and menacing. Also, one might consider not gifting black flowers to loved ones unless the message they want to express is "breaking up" or "goodbye". It is normal to think of black flowers for wakes and funerals as a symbol of mourning. Even then, mixing in black flowers with colored flowers make for interesting flower arrangements.
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The color black is closely associated to sadness, death and grief; representing fear and the evil. So, why would one ever think of gifting a black flower bouquet?

While black often times symbolizes negatives, it can also carry a positive meaning. The color of the night, black is the unknown that encourages one to imagine things different from the colors of the day. Black can be the color of elegance, sophistication, power and formality.

Flowers Icons arrangements in black are stunning and provide a dramatic rather than just a merely pretty look. Flower arrangements or flower bouquet with black flowers brings a touch of mystery or unconventionality. But black flowers exist only in the imagination. The flowers we believe to be black are most often times the deepest shade of plum, purple, maroon or burgundy. Or they're tinted and can look unnatural.

A flower bouquet or flower arrangements are seldom completely made up of black flowers because it would look so dark and menacing. Also, one might consider not gifting black flowers to loved ones unless the message they want to express is "breaking up" or "goodbye". It is normal to think of black flowers for wakes and funerals as a symbol of mourning. Even then, mixing in black flowers with colored flowers make for interesting flower arrangements.[/QUOTE]
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