The Pretty Romance creation is a lovely ensemble in pink, rose, and white; reminiscent of the enchanting English gardens from the 18th century. The strict boundaries from the Baroque period have been removed, and more emphasis has been placed on a pristine, innocent naturalness in the scenery. In this context, our pretty, early-summer creation is meant to invite you to linger and daydream with its varied design and interplay of dainty delicate branches and cheerful blossoms.
The rose, mini petunia, and daisy adorn our Pretty Romance, making it look light and playful. The only thing missing is the classic English lawn to make you dream all the way to Sissinghurst Castle. This estate is considered the archetype of the English garden and represents a place of longing for many landscape architects. Indeed, English gardens are considered true works of art and so is our Pretty Romance, which resembles an arabesque landscape painting.
In this creation, romance is the strongest element and brings to mind an undying love comparable to that of Romeo and Juliet: The characters of Shakespeare's tragedy defy all obstacles and their love lasts beyond the end. The romance is so significant that it is still known and passed on around the world today. Despite the tragic twists, our Pretty Romance was very much inspired by the play of the British author.