Diy Wedding Flowers: I recently heard this: “I was going to pick up some Diy Wedding Flowers, but they don’t last long so instead I got a cake”.
Hmmm. That’s completely inaccurate but I can understand how that rolls easily off the tongue in a conversation and no one would think twice. Flowers – particularly their longevity – are misunderstood. Yes, they are perishable, but they definitely last longer than cake….especially if it’s a good cake:).
At any gathering, the cake is a celebratory ritual where the mood is lifted by people indulging in a gastronomic experience over a great conversation and entertainment. That indulgence probably lasts 20 minutes from the time it is sliced and served to the time it is completely devoured and disappears. 20 minutes. Done.
Diy Wedding Flowers Tips definitely last longer than that! A beautiful Wedding flowers bouquet on a table has just as much potential to be the center of a celebration and an immediate mood-lifter, and it lasts for several days. Not to mention it won’t leave you feeling bloated 60 minutes later!
My main point is this: we attach value to things based on our own experiences, the perceptions we have, and the atmosphere we want to create (or recreate). We subconsciously rationalize why one option is better than another based on what we think is true vs. what is. While there is nothing wrong with this (I myself would never ever rid birthdays of cakes and candles), it can, in the grander scheme of life, limit our options and openness towards trying something new.
My advice to you is to pick up a cake AND flowers, and the Wedding flowers will serve as a reminder of the cake and experience you attached to it. Before you know it, you’ve introduced yourself to something new and created a brand new tradition to carry forward.