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Flowers To Fit Pamela Anderson's Personality

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If Pamela Anderson were to buy flowers for herself, what kind of 
arrangement would she choose? Would she pick bold, bright colors 
arranged in a linear design? Or, would she choose soft pastels in 
a loose bouquet? 

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Flowers To Fit Pamela Anderson's Personality
Copyright © 2006 Wesley Berry
Wesley Berry Flowers

If Pamela Anderson were to buy flowers for herself, what kind of 
arrangement would she choose? Would she pick bold, bright colors 
arranged in a linear design? Or, would she choose soft pastels in 
a loose bouquet? Regardless of the kinds of flowers and designs 
she chose, the resulting arrangement would say a lot about her 
personality. That's because people with certain personality 
traits are generally drawn to certain styles of flowers.

One of the best things about flowers is that they can become very 
personalized gifts if you just take into consideration the 
personality of the individual who will receive them. Everyone 
enjoys getting gifts, but the truth is that some gifts mean so 
much more than others. The gifts we remember the most are the 
ones that really "wow" us with their thoughtfulness and 
reflection of how well the giver knows us. That doesn't seem to 
be any mystery to any of us. In fact, a recent survey 
commissioned by the Society of American Florists indicates that 
when most Americans buy gifts, they place a high priority on 
picking gifts that are specific to the personality of the 

When choosing a gift of flowers, think about what the person who 
will receive them is like. Consider his or her favorite colors, 
flowers, and hobbies. Think, too, about what you want the flowers 
to say. Discuss this information with your florist who will help 
you choose just the right flowers to match the recipient's 
"floral signature."

A floral signature is, simply, the types of floral arrangements a 
person might choose for him or herself. The signature takes into 
consideration color, style, flower choices, and accents. Floral 
signatures include:

* Natural: People with a casual lifestyle who like the outdoors 
and tend to be more earthy fall under this signature. They are 
often drawn to flowering or green plants, but also enjoy meadow 
flowers or arrangements using woodsy accents, like twigs or 

* Romantic: The romantic signature is best suited to spontaneous 
people with a generous nature who are prone to extravagance. 
Floral arrangements for this signature use soft colors with a bit 
of fragrance. Accents include lace and ribbons.

* Expressive: People with an expressive floral signature spend 
time looking to better themselves and tend to like unconventional 
things. Flowers used here are exotic and have unusual coloring. 
They are arranged in unique shapes with an artistic feel.

* Traditional: Those with a traditional floral signature are 
trustworthy and hold their families in high regard. They like 
things with a classical style. They like flower arrangements that 
use many different kinds of flowers and are very lush.

* Contemporary: The contemporary floral signature is perfect for 
people who like to set the pace. They are often responsible for 
starting new trends and like to live in the now. Contemporary 
flower arrangements often use just one color or use large 
brightly colored blooms.

If you have difficulty deciding which of these floral signatures 
suits someone in your life, ask your florist for help. He or she 
will be able to ask you some specific questions that will help 
you to make that determination.

Wesley Berry is the President of Wesley Berry Flowers, 
a successful multi-million dollar business that was 
established in 1946. He is also the Headmaster of the 
Professional Florists' Institute, a floral design school 
located in Michigan. Visit Wesley Berry Flowers on the 
web at



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