I am having a mixed feeling when wrote this post. I kindly understand the idea behind those edible bouquets however I am not a big fan of it myself. However, it is a quite unique thinking so I would like to share with you guys.
From Karolina Samalė‘s mind, throwing a flower bouquet after one or two days is hard and maybe a bit waste. Hence, she decided to make a bouquet that you don’t need to say goodbye in a hard way – you just eat it afterwards. Her edible bouquets are made from fruits, vegetables and herbs and each might weight about 2 to 3 kg. Do you like this idea? I am fine with food with good smell like lemons, orange and pineapple. However, I can’t imagine myself grabbing a bouquet made of onion and garlic. Moreover, I noticed some bouquets have cut food. In that case, do you agree that is a kind of waste? And this time, you are not wasting flower but food literally.
Bouquet from dragon fruits, avocados, radishes and lemons
Bouquet from artichoke, grapes, apple, garlic and rosemary
Bouquet from bell peppers, kiwis, ginger and guelder rose berries
Bouquet from pineapple, limes, grapefruit and sage
Bouquet from cauliflower, eggplant, mushrooms, plums, radishes
Bouquet from grapes, sage, kiwi, chestnuts, nephelium, physalis
Bouquet from artichoke, eggplant, potatoes, black radish, bay leaves
Bouquet from apple, jalapeno, mushrooms, garlic, chili peppers
Bouquet from purple kale, eggplant, onions and figs
Bouquet from purple kale, purple carrot, chili peppers, onions and garlic