What is Deepavali? Also known as Diwali, the festival of lights is a celebration of good over evil and light over darkness. On this day, people light up their houses with diyas (oil lamps) and various colourful lights. Diwali is one of India’s most popular festivals which is celebrated with much grandeur and enthusiasm. And even though it may be difficult to gather with family and friends in current Covid-19 times, you can still send an abundance of sweetness their way with these colourful bouquets.
This kaleidoscope of colour will create a great impression and brighten up your day. Bursting with spring colours, this bubbly arrangement gives you reason to celebrate. Includes tulips, alstroemeria and eustoma.
Inspired by the world’s colourful cities such as Burano, Santorini and Marrakesh, this dreamy pastel arrangement comprises lilac hydrangea, peachy pasta gerberas, and white hypericum to help you reconnect with your buddies and remind them of the beauty that’s out there.
There’s something about fall that puts us in a cosy, relaxed mood. If you’re dreaming of fall foliage and breezy autumn weather, this vivid arrangement ticks all the right boxes. This autumn-inspired arrangement comprising fragrant salmon lilies, warm amber roses, sepia coloured chrysanthemums and yellow carnations makes a great surprise pick-me-up!