For centuries, people have worshiped lilies and considered them to be sacred plants in different cultures. To this day, lily bouquets are still one of the most popular flowers. Their deep-rooted bulbs and wide range of colors and diversity make them ideal companion plants for perennials, perennials, and shrubs. As a symbol of purity and innocence, lilies look good paired with a certain kind of arrangement. To make the lily bouquet balanced, lilies could be paired with other types of flowers, such as large heads, fillers, delicate, and some green plants. In this article, we will list down some flowers that would look good paired with lilies.

What flowers look good in a lily bouquet?

Here are some companions for lilies that are suitable for lily bouquets. As long as the arrangement is not crowded, you can pair lilies with other flower types. The flower form is the focus of the arrangement, because they have a unique, eye-catching appearance. Bright oriental lilies are an attractive arrangement with deep purple irises because irises’ dark color allows lilies to pop. Fill flowers and green leaves around lilies and irises. The yellow calla lily is paired with the white oriental lily to form a striking arrangement, which is very suitable for use in the lounge.

White lilies are often chosen as a symbol of weddings and funerals, symbolizing the soul’s revival. They can represent purity, rebirth, and commitment, which resembles “sympathy flowers”. Lily is simply symbolism. We focus on four aspects below: femininity, love, purity and sadness. They make this flower an ideal choice for a friendly lily bouquet, full of happiness at the wedding and solemnity for the funeral.

The shape and diversity of colors and the fragrance of various aromas make certain lilies an ideal symbol of femininity. This symbolism can be traced back hundreds of years and originated in ancient Egypt. Greek brides and Roman brides are often given lily wreaths and worn on their hair, symbolizing the hope of a pure and fruitful life.

Mass Flowers

A lot of flowers are the main display flowers for the lily bouquet arrangement. If you have ever seen a roses bouquet that includes a baby’s breath, that bouquet is a big flower. The large flowers in the arrangement should usually attract people’s attention through the size, color, or frequency in the display. Lilies, sunflowers, tulips, carnations, roses, daisies, orchids, and daffodils are all examples of flowers that can be used well in arrangements. Your choices are not limited to these, though. If line flowers are used, usually many flowers are placed in the arrangement after the line flowers are placed.

Lilies go well with various natural flowers such as roses, lilacs, asters, and daisies. Large flowers are large flat flowers that increase the weight of the arrangement. Pair the oriental lily with the ox-eye daisy, and then put in the alstroemeria flowers for a full lily bouquet arrangement. This will be an excellent birthday gift for your loved ones. You can also enhance stunning and romantic feelings by pairing white calla lilies with pink or red or blue roses. The art of flower arrangement may seem confusing. Beautiful and interesting arrangements can be discussed more with professionals florists.

Filler Flowers

Filler flowers in lily bouquet arrangements act according to the meaning of their names: they fill the main flowers and complete the floral arrangements. Baby’s breath is one of the most common ones to be used as fillers, but any small flower that does not collide with a large number of flowers will do. For the same purpose, use green plants and stems with small berries instead of flowers. Line flowers are flowers that take up space or help to blend the colors. The line flowers can be routed to the appropriate position to conform to specific design ideas, such as route the stems to create a crescent-shaped arrangement.

These flowers are usually small, with branched or clustered flowers. Baby’s breath, waxflower, goldenrod, and heather are all examples of fillers. You can create a classic arrangement by grabbing some oriental or calla lilies and mixing them with baby’s breath and some greens. Use this arrangement as a bouquet at a wedding, or use a single lily to make a corsage.

 

Delicate Flowers

Lilies have hard edges. Therefore delicate flowers such as lily of the valley, alstroemeria, and buttons can soften the whole look. Pairing yellow alstroemeria flowers with yellow oriental lilies create a sunny atmosphere that will surely make the receiver’s day brighter. To balance the overall look of the arrangement, fill some greens. This helps the colors to pop out as well as taking up space. The calla lily looks beautiful, but it can be paired with palm leaves to create a strikingly modern feel.

Putting at least three to five lilies together in groups creates a bolder look. From a design perspective, hybrid lily varieties are not always a successful idea. Each variety has its height, flowering period, and traits. Planting lily varieties of different heights or flowering seasons together will reduce the overall effect. Tall lilies can be planted between or after bush roses and small and medium shrubs.

If you are looking for other flowers that would look good with lilies, there are a lot to choose. Lilies can share their space and overall create a balanced look. Take note that lilies are different; some are best in full sun, while some varieties require partial shade. The soils are also different, if you want to take it up a notch and plant some. Lilies need to be ensured if you want them to thrive in the garden. But, it’s always the easiest to grab some lily bouquet for your needs. White represents peace and tranquility, while the inherent shortness of cut flowers blooming and death symbolizes life’s passing. It is gratifying that the beautiful lilies can tell us our sad emotions at the moment of mourning.

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