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finally there is a new blog post! YAY :)
I know that I still owe you the second part for the path to my independence, but I promise that it will also be published ;) Now I'm happy that I can provide you with a new article and I can already promise that I will devote more time to my blog here on DekoPanda. There will now be regular new articles about the wonderful world of dried flowers and much more.
So, now I hope you enjoy reading the new article, which today deals with the history and benefits of dried flowers.
Because today I would like to take you into the fascinating world of dried flowers and introduce you to their history and origin. Dried flowers are not a new invention, but have a long tradition that goes back to ancient times. Kind of crazy! :)
Centuries ago, people discovered the beauty and durability of dried flowers. In ancient times, dried flowers were often considered a symbol of wealth and prestige as they could be used all year round, regardless of the seasons. There were various techniques for drying flowers, including hanging them in dark rooms, pressing them between books, or placing them in sand or salt. We probably all tried pressing between books ourselves in our childhood :)
Nowadays, dried flowers are experiencing a renaissance in the decoration world. They are used for various occasions such as weddings, birthday parties, events or simply to beautify one's home. The popularity of dried flowers lies not only in their visual beauty, but also in the numerous benefits they offer.
A big advantage of dried flowers is their longevity. Unlike fresh flowers, they do not wilt and retain their shape, color and beauty over long periods of time. This makes them perfect for decorations that need to be preserved over a longer period of time. You can display dried flowers in your home and enjoy their splendor for months or even years without requiring any major maintenance or watering. (I'll give care tips for dried flowers in the next blog post ;) )
Dried flowers are also extremely versatile. You can use them in various creations, such as bouquets, wreaths, arrangements or as individual elements in vases. Your imagination knows no boundaries. You can arrange them however you like and combine them with other materials such as grasses, berries or dried leaves to create unique and individual decorative pieces.
Another aspect that makes dried flowers a sustainable choice is their reusability. You can use dried flowers over and over again and use them in different decorations. If you decide on a new decorating concept, you can simply rearrange the flowers or combine them with other elements to create a fresh look. This makes dried flowers a cost-effective and environmentally friendly choice.
In conclusion, dried flowers offer a wonderful way to bring the beauty of nature into our homes and events. Their history goes back a long way and today they are experiencing a true renaissance. Dried flowers are not only aesthetically pleasing, but can also be more sustainable and versatile.
If you haven't fallen for dried flowers like I have yet, then why not try it out yourself and let yourself be enchanted :)
Thank you for your time and reading my article.
Flowery greetings, your Sarah