For special occasions, the entrance of a building has to be beautiful. Last year, the entrance of the Belgian castle in Bilzen was decorated with lots of elegance and royal flair. Lilies, cut Chrysanthemums and Roses all in green and white colours made the entrance really memorable.
At Alden Biesen, once a year florists change the castle and its gardens as if by magic into an overabundance wealth of flowers. For the royal edition of Alden Biesen an entrance to remember was created by Stef Adriaenssens.
Stef Adriaenssens made a crown for the royal theme of Alden Biesen. It is a good example to show how you can easily create different floral projects with cut Chrysanthemums. The grass, on which the crown stands, is decorated with cut Chrysanthemums. The cut Chrysanthemum varieties used in this creation are: Feeling Green Dark, Vivid and Ferry. The green and white colours blend well.
A white field of Lilies made with the variety White Sensation, is stacked in OASIS® Floral Foam in a pointed shape. This shape literally points to the door. From a distance you will also notice the white roses used: White Naomi! White Naomi! is a new and strong variety with a large flower, a good vase life and a lovely fragrance.