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Diwali flowers

Bring in the light for the festival of Diwali. A time to come together, Diwali is the perfect occasion to send someone a bold bouquet.

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Diwali, also known as Divali or Deepawali, is a religious festival celebrated in India. Deriving from the Sanskrit Dipavali meaning 'row of lights', this festival is recognised in Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism.

While having different stories of origin, the common theme is light triumphing over darkness, either with someone good overcoming or banishing someone evil, or by the achievement of enlightenment. Similarly, the celebrations differ, but most include the lighting of clay oil lamps in the home, people coming together and the sharing of sweets.

The festival of light is filled with bright bold colours, particularly yellow, blue, purple, green and red. That makes this bouquet, the Tropical Sun, the perfect gift to send to someone you know who is observing this auspicious occasion.
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We also plant two mangrove trees in Madagascar for every order we receive, we have already planted over 1 million trees.

We also plant two mangrove trees in Madagascar for every order we receive, we have already planted over 1 million trees.

Mother’s Day 2022 we supported Sue Ryder’s Grief Kind campaign by donating £1 from every bouquet sold during the week of the 21st March.

Mother’s Day 2022 we supported Sue Ryder’s Grief Kind campaign by donating £1 from every bouquet sold during the week of the 21st March.

Diwali FAQs

What flower colours are good for Diwali?
Colourful flowers are the perfect choice for a Diwali bouquet. An important part of the Festival of Light is the creation of rangoli. These are intricate designs and patterns made on the floor inside the house using colourful powders, rice and flower petals. Marigolds and roses are a popular choice as they come in vivid and vibrant colours.

Bouquets containing flowers like roses, gerberas, asters and chrysanthemums are sure to delight your friends and loved ones observing this important festival, as they come in a huge rage of colours and varieties.
What flowers have meanings for Diwali?
Diwali is a celebration of light, happiness, prosperity and joy. Appropriate flowers would be sunflowers, pink or yellow roses, yellow freesias, chrysanthemums, and lilies.
Why are Arena Flowers flowers fresher and better value?
Our flowers are fresher and better value than almost any other UK florist for a number of reasons. We purchase our flowers direct from the flower auctions in Holland, cutting out several commission-taking middlemen along the way. We buy in reasonable volume, so we are able to get better prices on behalf of our customers. And we haven't got fancy, showy offices to support! Also, our flowers spend only a short period of time in our fridge before going out as we buy every day instead of once a week like the vast majority of florists. This all means that you will get better value flowers that have spent far less time in transit if you buy from Arena Flowers than you would almost anywhere else.
What are Arena Flowers shipping and delivery policies?
In the unlikely event of any problems with any order you place with us we will either resend or refund your order. For further information, please see our comprehensive flower delivery policies page, the terms and conditions of use of the site, and our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
When will the flowers arrive?
Our general delivery times are between 8.00am and 6.00pm. We also offer timed delivery options, depending on the region you are sending to. These can be seen in our checkout.