The Art of Ikebana
The Art of Ikebana

April 10, 2020

The Art of Ikebana

Ikebana is the Japanese art of making flower arrangements. Also known as Kadō, Ikebana translates to “making flowers alive.” There are several different styles of Ikebana including moribana, nageire, sheika, and rikka. Why ikebana? Ikebana creates meaning and allure with minimalistic but striking displays. Because of the appeal and enchantment of Ikebana, it has also appeared in wedding designs. 

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