By Jill Brooke
In honor of #freebritany and that her father no longer is exploiting the singer and has stepped down as her conservator, check out this bouquet that J’adore les fleurs sell which was designed for the singer’s favorite flowers.
It’s actually called the Britney Spears bouquet and was created two years ago when a close friend customized it for the singer.
The floral shops were created by designer florist Margarit Demirchyan and her two daughters-in-law, Eliza Glants and Alisa Tovmanyan, They have fabulous stores in Southern California and Las Vegas and often feature a Victorian Era vibe. Among their clients are Miley Cyrus and Oprah Winfrey.
In fact, Ariana Grande sent a specially customized ice-cream-themed floral arrangement to Selena Gomez recently bursting with yummy bubblegum pink and vanilla white roses.
Eliza Glants says that these Brittney flowers represent freedom and creativity and would be a great bouquet choice for friends or family who need some positive support to go on their own path without handcuffs or naysayers.
We love that sentiment.
Of course, the rose is an ideal symbol for the pursuit of beauty and fairness. As singer Issac Hayes once said, “if you enjoy the fragrance of a rose, you must accept the thorns which it bears.” Or as Abraham Lincoln noted, “We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses.”
In the language of flowers, pink roses represent admiration and grace which a friend clearly felt Brittney Spears represents.
Ironically, the one flower that represents freedom in the language of flowers has always been Birds of Paradise. However, roses also represent these sentiments and are an ideal choice to show support and love.
Jill Brooke is a former CNN correspondent, Post columnist and editor-in-chief of Avenue and Travel Savvy magazine. She is an author and the editorial director of FPD and floral editor for aspire design and home magazine