At B Floral, we make our clients feel like royalty. There’s no better way to do that than remembering where the basics of jeweled crowns, noble steeds, and determined heroines come from: Disney Princesses. The Disney Princesses are a class of their own. They represent intelligence, bravery, curiosity, kindness, adventure, sass, and femininity. In honor of National Princess Day on November 18th, we decided to honor the Disney Princesses in our own, B Floral way. We turned them into flower palettes! Check them out below and see what fabulous florals were bestowed upon your favorite princess.
For Ariel, it seemed most fitting to use some pops of red and purple for her bright hair and clam shell bra. We tied in an echeveria succulent to represent her tail. We think Flounder would approve. #mermaidprincess
Aurora has a more classic feel to her. We used yellow and pink roses to display her delicate, rested soul.
Jasmine needed a palette that was going to match her feisty attitude. We went with blue hydrangeas and yellow roses to match her ensemble.
Rapunzel needed complementary colors of pink and cream for her design. We had to have something that would match ALL of that hair!
Belle means beauty, which in the flower industry translates to roses! We picked yellow roses to match her full gown and red roses to represent the iconic symbol of “Beauty and the Beast.” We also added some brown to represent her luscious locks.
Yellow roses and blue hydrangeas bring together the full Cinderella look. The glass vase that all these flowers rest in would clearly represent her famous slipper!
Merida needed some greenery and orange tulips to match her determined, rebel ways. Obviously her florals would be arranged inside of a bow and arrow set.
Green amaranthus and cream roses completed the look for Tiana. Her arrangement would need to be as full as her dress!
We used multiple elements for Pocahontas’ design. The use of yellow roses was the main part of her look, but we pulled picks from all over the flower spectrum to match the colors of the wind.
Mulan’s design would classify her as a combo queen. This particular palette brings honor to all of us here at B Floral.
Snow White’s look focused on yellow roses and blue hydrangeas to match the two main colors of her iconic dress. It’s a look that everyone recognizes so we made sure to represent it well.
With Elsa’s design, we focused on light, icy blues to represent her dress and a hint of white to match her icy hair. When she sees her floral design, she’ll want to do anything but let it go!
These princesses inspire us everyday to give our clients the royal treatment. To be a princess, you need to cultivate poise and elegance within yourself. You must move with a regal gait and never be at a loss for words. Although we don’t play an instrument like most Disney princesses, we believe we’re just as charming! The Disney Princesses are roses that are always in bloom, and they have taught us to act just as such!