There are days when we want to show gratitude to the ones who make our life more beautiful, to build a moment and to avoid the passing of time. To mark these precious moments, flowers are the most qualified messengers. And among the flowers, callas are the most appropriate.
Unique flowers in their elegant simplicity, the callas have a pretty high bar (50 cm or more) and a yellow inflorescence, surrounded by a white spathe, which gives beauty and grace to the flower, forming at the same time a delicate and magnificent cut. In the wild, it grows in marshy places and its size is less impressive, but at florists, it is found in a variety of colors.
Callas can qualify a special arrangement for a large living room or placed in a narrow vase in a window, to attract customers. It is not for nothing that the photographers and painters give them as much attention.
However, not everyone does like this flower because it was sometimes used to decorate funeral, at the time when the color of mourning was white. As she inspires respect and purity, it was also a good way to let go of a loved one in peace.
Today, this beautiful creation of nature is offered on the occasion of Mother’s Day, for the Women’s Day, at the birth of a new member of the family, wedding anniversary or at any time.
The more solar moment of human existence, the wedding is one of those moments where the calla found its place. It is used for decorating the church or the location of the festival, but it is especially as the bride’s bouquet. The white color symbolizes purity of the bride and confidence in an indestructible bond. If however you prefer a nice colorful bouquet, these flowers are always good for the task.