If translated from French by the well-known word "bouquet", we get the phrase - "beautiful cut flowers connected." Bouquets in vogue in the fourteenth - fifteenth centuries. In vases adorned with violets and pinks, and jasmine. Flower buds were used as a boutonniere to wear.
But already in the eighteenth - nineteenth centuries bouquets of cut flowers have become incredibly popular. Some time were presented by each other only three types of bouquets. This round bouquet "Victoria" vertical "Pompadour", as well as convex "Biedermeier", which is decorated with velvet and lace. Over time, flowers have developed and there was a huge variety of flower arrangements.