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Another edition of Cinefleur Magazine, another florist contest waiting to leave you in awe. This time the contesting florists have to build their bouquets around the Protea. Danni and Ana from Saudade Flores each have their own unique style, that sets them apart from other Lisbon florists. But what will happen when they have to compete against each other? Don’t forget to vote on your favorite in the poll below and enjoy this editions florist contest!

Saudade is a typical Portugese word that is hard to define and translate. It represents a deep longing, melancholy and nostalgia and represents feelings of both sadness and happiness in one. Saudade can also be the yearning for something that may never happen. At Saudade Flores, Ana and Dani try to capture the feeling of Saudade in their floral work, creating some exciting, unusual arrangements that are simply beautiful.

The meaning of Saudade

The perfect flower

The red Protea has a lot of meaning to it: Passion, romance, love, marriage, seriousness, protection, wealth, growth, and good health. It is used sparingly, adding only one or a few stems to a bouquet to give it that special touch. Florists have to get creative when building their bouquets around this flower. You can also dry the flower without it losing its color, making it perfect for dried flower bouquets as well. At Saudade, that makes it the perfect flower for a variety of floral work.

The cup shaped flower

Protea flowers, or Sugarbushes, are commonly grown in South Africa and Australia. They are among the oldest flowering plants on the planet, dating back to the earliest forms of plant life. Their amusing flowers resemble thistles and their petals stay firmly closed in a cup shape around the center. With a variety of different colors, the Protea is a flower that can be used in many different floral works.

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Saudade is a typical Portugese word that is hard to define and translate. It represents a deep longing, melancholy and nostalgia and represents feelings of both sadness and happiness in one. Saudade can also be the yearning for something that may never happen. At Saudade Flores, Ana and Dani try to capture the feeling of Saudade in their floral work, creating some exciting, unusual arrangements that are simply beautiful.

The meaning of Saudade

The perfect flower

The red Protea has a lot of meaning to it: Passion, romance, love, marriage, seriousness, protection, wealth, growth, and good health. It is used sparingly, adding only one or a few stems to a bouquet to give it that special touch. Florists have to get creative when building their bouquets around this flower. You can also dry the flower without it losing its color, making it perfect for dried flower bouquets as well. At Saudade, that makes it the perfect flower for a variety of floral work.

The cup shaped flower

Protea flowers, or Sugarbushes, are commonly grown in South Africa and Australia. They are among the oldest flowering plants on the planet, dating back to the earliest forms of plant life. Their amusing flowers resemble thistles and their petals stay firmly closed in a cup shape around the center. With a variety of different colors, the Protea is a flower that can be used in many different floral works.

Another edition of Cinefleur Magazine, another florist contest waiting to leave you in awe. This time the contesting florists have to build their bouquets around the Protea.
Dani and Ana from Saudade Flores each have their own unique style, that sets them apart from other Lisbon florists. But what will happen when they have to compete against each other? Don’t forget to vote on your favorite in the poll below and enjoy this editions florist contest!

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