5 Gorgeous Flower Bouquets to Send to Hyderabad for Eid Celebration

5 Gorgeous Flower Bouquets to Send to Hyderabad for Eid Celebration

Eid-ul-Fitr is an Islamic festival that is celebrated during end of the holy month of Ramadan. It is marked as the first day of Shawwal and celebrated for 3 days. After 30 days of continuous fasting, Eid is an occasion of joy and merry. In India, Hyderabad is one of the cities which have predominantly Muslim population. The city celebrates Eid with great fervour. This place was under the rule of Nizam for many years and retains his influence on regional culture and heritage.

Today, the city prides in sites such as Charminar, Chowmahalla Palace, Makkah Masjid, Qutab Shahi Tombs, Salar Jung Museum, Purani Haveli, Spanish Mosque, Golkonda Fort, Hussain Sagar, and a lot more. As Eid-ul-Fitr is a much important festival, if you have family or friends living in Hyderabad, it is the right time to wish them on this occasion.

One of the best ways to observe Eid is by sending gifts and flowers to the city. You can send flowers to Hyderabad by ordering from an online florist or a local florist. You can convey your gratitude and well wishes to your dear ones in the city by surprising them with cakes, chocolates, greeting cards, floral arrangements, and unique gifts.

Below listed are 5 floral bouquets that you can send to Hyderabad for Eid festivity, at the end of Ramadan.

1.       A Bunch of Different Roses

Roses are fragrant variety of flowers. They come in different colours such as red, white, yellow, pink, and orange. Roses blend passion and love. They are popular gifts during festivals. On the occasion of Eid, you can select hundreds of roses that come in customized cane basket. Do not forget to pack along few delicious sweets such as Khubani ka meeta and Jauzi halwa.

2.       Grand Bouquet of Daises

From purple coneflowers, Gerber daisies, Gloriosa daisies, Shasta daisies, to Marguerite daisies, you can select any or a bunch of these together. During Eid, you can send flowers to Hyderabad with delicacies such as Shahjahani Meetha, Badam ki Jali, and Gulab Jamuns. You can even book a trip to Ramoji Filmcity for your family and friends on one of the 3 days of Eid celebration. 

3.       Orchids and Gerberas

Orchids and Gerberas bring a sense of peace with their subtle colours. Together in a bouquet or basket, they complement each other perfectly. These arrangements are symbol of harmony and can be opted to improvise relationships. To send sweets, you can select preparation of Phirni and sheer kurma. It is the ideal choice to offer orchids and gerberas on Eid to your family members living in the city.

4.       Beautiful Carnations

You can gift carnation bouquets, a bigger one to be sent to a joint-family. Carnations bring in positive vibrations because they have a beautiful design and colour. As it is Eid, you should preferably choose to send flowers to Hyderabad that are of premium range. You may select few other presents such as dry fruit hamper, double ka meetha, mauz ka meetha, healthy snacks hamper etc. Put a personal note or message with these gifts. A bunch of carnations will surely melt the heart of the gift receiver.

5.       White and Pink Lilies

White and pink lilies juxtapose style and beauty. Surprise your friends with several bouquets of lilies on this Eid. You can plan to decorate the front door on this day with these floral arrangements, so that they wake up to the gorgeous lilies greeting them. Maybe you can send a box of special Hyderabadi Halwas, cookies, and sweets with the flowers. 

Apart from sending the above-mentioned flowers to Hyderabad for Eid celebration, you can even gift a day outing packages in the city, to your close ones. Some of the packages to look out for are a trip to Taj Falaknuma Palace, Nehru Zoological Park (great for kids!), Snow World, Birla Science Museum, Shilparamam (arts and crafts village), Public Gardens, NTR Gardens, and alike.

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