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Diwali is a big festival for Indian homes in the fall season and it is all about spreading positivity, warmth and good wishes! Homes are lit up with beautiful earthen lamps and rangoli designs are made on the floor with colourful powders and paints. On such a joyous occasion, flowers can add some extra pizzazz to any decor theme. Their fresh petals and subtle fragrances can make your interiors appealing and impressive, especially when guests come over. So, here are some Diwali flowers’ decor ideas that you can try out and see which one suits the ambience or your budget best. You can use a variety of flowers like marigolds, daisies, roses and even dahlias to lend that oomph to the festive day.
Earthen lamps in bright hues look best when paired with flowers like orange or yellow marigolds or red roses or white chrysanthemums. You can arrange them on a brass plate or even a glass one for a gorgeous look. Use rose petals instead of complete flowers for a romantic vibe.
A great idea for Diwali is to take a big brass urn or even an earthen urn and fill it with water. Then allow some bold flowers like marigolds or dahlias to float in it. Add some floating candles for a magical aura. The arrangement can create a very peaceful and ethnic atmosphere at your home.
Instead of using coloured powders or paints, you can choose to create a rangoli with rose and marigold petals. Use dahlia petals of different shades like purple, white and yellow to add more zing. This will be a very eco-friendly affair, and you can add lamps here and there for a stunning effect.
A brass vase filled with deep red or purple chrysanthemums or red roses and yellow marigolds can make for a very beautiful centrepiece. You can also arrange white mums or yellow mums in earthen vases. Or, choose crystal vases to arrange roses in white and red, or yellow and red. Position a few tall candles around a tall vase or a few ethnic lamps around a short vase for a better impact.
Doorways and staircases are perfect for adorning with Diwali flowers. You can choose marigold garlands or even those made with roses or daisies, and hang them above doorways for an auspicious and festive feel. You can wrap these garlands around staircase railings for a more gorgeous look. Carnations in different colours can also be arranged to decorate arches, doorways and gates. Pair the flower garlands with string lights if you want to jazz things up.
Now, you have everything you need to make your Diwali more fun and wonderful than ever. Just avail an online flower delivery service to bring home the flowers that you want to decorate with. Keep the above tips in mind and get started. Mix and match colours and textures when it comes to flowers, for the best results.
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Written by:Betty Miller