One Phalaenopsis Orchid or lots of white Orchids, they are used to celebrate many special events.
Most of them have a sweet scent, while others have an unpleasant smell. They come in many shapes and colors. White Orchids, blue Orchids and many more colors.
If you are making your own floral basket with Orchids and you want to cut down the cost but still have that look of elegance, buy one or two Orchids and mix with less expensive flowers. There are lots of flowers that go well with Orchids like, Calla Lilies, Carnations, Roses and Gerberas, just to name a few.
Homemade gift basket ideas made into beautiful gift baskets for family and friends.
The name "Orchid" comes from Ancient Greece. It means power,
forceful, machismo and manliness. As the years went by, and the Orchid
became more popular in Victorian times, the meaning changed to luxury,
wealth, love, and beauty, as it is known today.
The Ancient Chinese described the Orchid flower as a symbol for many children. Men presented Orchids to women to catch their hearts.
Of the many different Orchid varieties, the Phalaenopsis Orchid
(or sometimes known as the Moth Orchid, Cymbidium, and Dendrobium
Orchid) is the most popular flower used in Orchid bouquet.
The Phalenopsis Orchid is the traditional wedding Orchid used a lot in wedding floral arrangements.
When made into a Orchid floral basket for the bride and her bridesmaids it can be very beautiful. The Phalenopsis Orchid comes in shades of pink, lavender, mauve, white, pale green and canary yellow and is often used with white Roses and Madagascar Jasmine, or one large Orchid mixed with white Lilies, green Fern or Ivy.
You could give the bride and groom's families a single Orchid for their boutonnieres or corsages.
A traditional bridal bouquet or basket is made up of Phalenopsis Orchids and white Roses with Stephanotis,
better known as Jasmine. But to make a bouquet or floral gift basket
with these flowers would cost a fortune, and we are all watching our
Making your own floral basket is easy to do. If you are making a basket for a friend's birthday or another special event or even for your own wedding, mix other flowers and foliage with your Orchids. Have one large Orchid mixed in with white Lilies, Gerbera, Fresias or Carnations and green Fern-like leaves or, buy a bunch of pink or cream Roses mixed with two white Orchids. An Orchid bouquet or basket made to look spectacular.
Below are step-by-step instruction for how to make a floral gift basket with delicate stemmed flowers.
Don't forget your card or gift tag if this is to be a gift for someone.
I'm sure this inspires you to make a beautiful Orchid bouquet or basket with white Orchids, blue Orchids or any other colored Orchids for someone special in your life or for that special occasion.
Natural vanilla extract comes from the fermentation and drying of the pods from the Vanilla Planifolia Orchid.
.....and start making great floral gift baskets.