Secret Formula of the Perfect Commercial Bouquet

These are the key elements to keep in mind when creating a commercial bouquet

By: DMITRY TURCAN | 31-03-2021 | 2 min read News
In Holland, flower prices have risen by 20-100%, depending on the type of flower. Many florists simply fell into a state of bewilderment from this: how to sell bouquets now? Who will buy them for such a price, especially now, during the crisis? After all, the clients have less money, but the requests remain the same.

The Key Elements of the Perfect Commercial Bouquet

Keeping prices at the old level is not an option. So you can not only be left without revenue but also go into the red. We need to raise prices, but how can we do it right? To avoid such questions, you must clearly understand what a commercial bouquet is, according to what principles it is built, and what you can save on while preserving the appearance and quality of the bouquet.  
Secret Formula of the Perfect Commercial Bouquet Dmitry Turcan Floral Arrangement All images @dmitryturcan
  Here are the elements to keep in mind when creating a commercial bouquet:

Ability to Create a Voluminous Bouquet Using a Minimum of Material

If the main thing for the client is size, choose not just large flowers, but those that, after opening, will give additional volume to the bouquet.

Combination of Different Colors, Textures, and Sizes

The correct proportions and arrangement of flowers make the bouquet pleasing to the eye and direct the eye along a predetermined path. You really want to look at such a bouquet, paying attention to every detail.

Creating Color Accents

Ability to select matching colors in the correct proportion. Add a drop of red, crimson, and purple to the orange bouquet and it will sparkle in a new way.    

Understanding the Functions of Different Types of Greenery and the Ability to Use it for Your own Purposes

Competent use of both decorative and staffing greenery.

The Ability to Mix Expensive Flowers With Cheap Ones

Understanding what flowers of the first, second, and third order are and how to combine them with each other. If you know these principles and know how to juggle them easily, then you will be able to collect a spectacular bouquet for any price, even in conditions of a shortage or high cost of materials.   [video width="640" height="800" mp4=""][/video]


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