8.2.15

#399 "Sometimes you just have to let love go" with Baiastice, What Next and Truth






Valentines Day as you know is all about the flowers, and the gifts. Whilst it isn't commonly celebrated here in Australia, there is always the sentimental value of giving flowers because you love someone.  Have you ever heard though of the language of flowers? It’s an old belief that each flower has a certain meaning, and there’s an appropriate time and place to use them. People used to use flowers to express feeling that they weren’t able to say. Today we often pick flowers based on color or personal preference, like red roses for Valentines Day, but we wanted to explore how you can use different flowers symbolically for different events you’re planning. After all, there are flowers for every occasion!
Some examples: - Romance - Colours tend to be either all white, or deep, saturated colours mixed with baby's breath choose bouquets and arrangements that signify love, devotion, and hope for the future.  Weddings: -  Baby’s breath, lilac, red and Blue Tulips with white roses and aster are all great choices for weddings. Graduation Flowers - Graduation arrangements are our favorites of the bunch, because they’re all so full of hope and well-wishes – they’re also all colorful and a bit different. Some great flower choices are the black-eyed Susan, iris, stargazer lily, and jasmine., just to name a few.


So if you are looking for some great flowers for Valentines Day or you can't decide, there is nothing wrong with getting a great big bunch of balloons like What Next have created for you below, which you can purchase at our destination below. Don't forget to look out for the free gifts as well.


Destination for today: Love is in the Air - Valentines Event 








Outfit: - Karin Dress - Baiastice (Coffee) @ Love is in the Air - Valentines Event (New)
Skin: - Glam Affair - Amberly Skin 11
Hair: - Truth Hair - Nathalia (New at Store)

Balloons: - Sweetheart Balloons - from What Next @ Love is in the Air - Valentines Event (New)
Bench: - We're Closed Park Wood Bench


Pose: - Bauhaus Movement - Gossmer

















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