Homage to the Belgian Queen Paola. It is no secret that Belgian Queen Paola likes the design of the Fiat 500, so much so that she even owns a nice white Fiat 500, new edition. It is for this reason that an extra special project dubbed the "The Royal Edition" took place at the Flower Arranging Event in Alden Biezen, Belgium. During the event, master flower arrangers decorated the remarkable new model of the famous Fiat Cinquecento! Maybe inspired partly by the song, Paola, dolce Paola in un mio sogno mi sono permesso... sung specially for Queen Paola, then an Italian Princess by renowned Belgian musician Adamo, the flower arrangers went all out. And through their decorations, told a story of royalty, a story of pure Italian charm, a story of a rare seductive elegance.
All these came out nicely and also simply encompassed everything that had made its 1957 predecessor an icon.
The Belgian Flag - By Tom De WildeThis was a creation inspired by the colours of the Belgian Flag. To bring out a truly royal combination, the red rose Red Naomi! and the yellow rose Ilios! were used together to create this master piece. The golden crown mounted on top of the black Fiat 500 worked well to complete what could only be described as a sheer taste of royalty. The roses and the green leaves were put into Oasis Floral Foam. The containers with floral foam have sucking disks, which makes it easier for it to be attached to the car. Tom double secured the containers to the car with a rope, which he creatively made certain, cannot be seen.