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Flowers for The Romantic

Romantic flowers

“More than anything, I must have flowers always, always” Claude Monet

Whether it’s a gift for a friend’s birthday or Valentine’s Day, you can’t go wrong with a gorgeous bunch of flowers. One can get really creative with flowers so please don’t buy the usual boring bunch of roses. Think about the person you’re treating, assess their personality type and go from there.

I’ll be sharing a few posts on flowers for The Hipster, The Bohemian, The Minimalist and more. But let’s start with The Romantic since Valentine’s Day is around the corner.

Romantic flowers
Choose flowers that have a soft, delicate appearance and that have a slightly old fashioned feel…

STYLE: Modern romantic with a whimsical feel
COLOURS: pastels, pinks, peaches, antique whites
FLOWERS: Roses, Peonies, Ranunculus, Fringed tulips, Dahlias, Anemones
ACCESSORISE WITH: twine / ribbon / mason jar / brown paper 

Romantic flowers
Romantic flowers
Romantic flowers
Image credits: 1. Paper & Stitch | 2. Photo by Amelia Tatnall for Paper & Stitch | 3. Photo by Mary Costa Photography for Paper & Stitch | 4. Leslie Shewring | 5. Georgianna Lane | 6. Georgianna Lane | 7. Of Noble Nature | 8. Photo by Andrea Patricia Photography for Camille Styles | 9. Jose Villa | 10. Abbie Melle | 11. Georgianna Lane | 12. Abbie Melle

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