Temperance, for instance, has some of the traditional symbolism you'd expect: an angelic-looking fairy dressed all in white and pouring liquid from one container (a jug) into another (the 'cup' of a pink/red flower). The jug/flower work to suggest the combining of different elements, the notion of balancing, and the sense of healing often found in this card.
As for the LWB, I find it more bizarre than helpful: "Temperance: Lily
In the language of flowers: innocent love.
Recovery, readjustment, peace, harmony, cooperation, frugality, friendship, study, chastity, friend, young man."
The Courts work rather less well as cards in my eyes than the Majors, given they all show pretty, young fairies. Take the Queen of Pentacles. Her earthiness comes across a little through the choice of colours (yellow, green and brown), and the location. Though given the flower theme, all the scenery is 'outdoorsy'. However, other than that there is nothing to symbolise her practicality, her nurturing or ability to make the most of what she has to hand. She's just a pretty, yellow, butterfly fairy with a pair of yellow flowers behind her :(
I quite like the Aces, though once again, if you see them in the context of the rest of the deck they are more of the same: pretty fairy with a flower. Still, if we take the Ace of Wands, the choice of shape and colour works well for me. She seems to be emerging, somewhat prickly, and full of fire and enthusiasm.
The number cards are the weakest of the deck, in my opinion. As here, with the Ten of Swords, there is nothing in the symbolism to suggest endings, pain, overkill, or drama, any of which I would expect to see in this card. While the LWB does give pain as one keyword, it also states that the Hawthorn represents hard-fought love *confused face* And the picture just has a pretty blonde fairy under a bow of hawthorn blossom, looking happy as can be - bah!
For those who read purely on the basis of suit and number, this would still be a readable deck. However, if you like to actually look at the card images, or have prompts from them, then this probably isn't a deck for you.