Black Mini Calla Centerpieces - 6 pc. can best be described as chic and exquisite. This deeply colored design of beautifully arranged, fresh-cut flowers will make your special occasion picture perfect. This collection is carefully packaged in a box and shipped ‘dry' so they may appear wilted on arrival as they have been without water for over a day and are very thirsty. Simply add the Black Mini Calla Centerpieces to fresh, clean water and allow at least 8 hours to revitalize.
Does a Calla Lily Bouquet Have Meaning?
The calla lily plays a role in the Easter services as a symbol of resurrection. In many historical paintings and works of art, the calla lily has been shown with the Virgin Mary or the Angel of Annunciation. For these reasons, calla lily arrangements have been associated with holiness, faith and purity, making these great calla lily centerpieces for weddings.
Do Black Calla Lily Arrangements Mean the Same Thing?
While the type of flower often holds a bit of its original meaning, the color adds a twist to the meaning of any flower. Black Mini Calla Centerpieces, with their striking and dramatic appearance, hold a certain elegance and mystery. Though they are more of a dark purple or maroon color than black, they are still very highly sought after by gardeners and flower enthusiasts. You may have spotted calla lily centerpieces or arrangements at a wedding and that's because they are symbols of divinity, marital bliss and devotion. Specifically, the calla lily marks the sixth wedding anniversary, though they are also regularly used at funerals to represent sympathy and the purification of a soul that has left. The gorgeous calla lily is an appropriate flower for any occasion involving major transitions, rebirths and new beginnings.
About Flower Language
During the Victorian era of the 19th century, there was a boom in flower language, meaning that certain flowers were associated with particular feelings. Sending someone a bouquet was a way of delivering a very specific message based on the meaning of the flowers in it. The recipient could decipher the intended message merely by the flowers chosen and the way they were arranged, without a single word being said.