Regina Hermann’s own wedding helped channel the florist in her, as the joy that came out of arranging flowers stuck with her and made her realise that she was tailor-made for the same. “After my own wedding, I realised that I am very much inclined towards being a florist, and I have been very creative. At my wedding, I went to a florist and helped in getting the flowers ready for the event. Soon, I got the opportunity to help in a wedding and tie the flowers. I realised even more that I just love this profession.”
As she looks back, she says, “I would tell myself to fully extend my inner creativity and not let other people’s thoughts or ideologies affect you when you revel in your creativity.
About one of the dream events she conceptualised, she says, “It would definitely be the pompous wedding I conceptualised in a castle, and it was surreal. I didn’t let my inexperience come in my way at that time. I just made sure to trust my skills. And it was worth it. It got the bride really elated about the way I conceptualised them.”
She says, “I try to find out if there is a way to get access to the seasonal flowers. There is so much being bred by a greenhouse at the moment that one can actually get flowers off-season. However, if it doesn’t work out, I look for a better alternative.
She adds, “Personally, I find fresh flowers much more beautiful, however, with some dried flowers, one can also combine them beautifully. According to me, fresh flowers are ideal for a wedding, nevertheless, you can also make use of some dry flowers, and it would still look absolutely beautiful and fresh.”