The festive season is upon us in India! The festive season in India is here! Festival season is in full swing, and the most popular festival ‘Diwali” is just a few short days away. Decorating is something that people struggle with. Hiring a professional decorator can be expensive and you may not get the desired results. At this point, the only thing left is to do the decorating and planning yourself.
We bring you six easy and simple ideas to decorate your home with flowers for festival.
Origami: Play around with it
The title of this article may have been “festival flower decorations at home”, but there is so much more! You can fold paper into beautiful shapes and figures using origami. With origami, you can create flowers in different shapes and colors. The large number of paper flowers required to make origami as decoration will require a lot of collective effort. This is a great way to get the whole family involved and not just stay on their phones. This is a great way to get the kids involved in your home. Decorate with “flowers” made of origami this Diwali.
Flower Rangoli Design
Simple Rangoli designs always enhance the décor of a place. A Rangoli is not only a religious symbol, but also a spiritual one. It represents happiness, positivity, and life in a home, and welcomes Lakshmi the goddess of good fortune and wealth. You can still make a Rangoli even if you don’t have powder colors. Welcome goddess Lakshmi this Diwali with a flower-filled Rangoli! While you’ll still need to work on the design, the powdered chalk will be a lot easier to use and less messy. A flower Rangoli can also be a great alternative for those with allergies.
Clay pots can be decorative as well
This is an easy and trendy home décor for special occasions. Fill clay pots in different sizes with marigold petals or flowers. Place the pots randomly around your home. The marigold flower is used in religious ceremonies. It has a pleasant scent that can create a festive atmosphere at home.
There’s nothing like a garland
Since our childhood, we have seen flower garlands and mango leaves being hung in homes during festivals. Flower garlands are a traditional decoration that can be used with new ideas. This is an easy way to decorate and it’s a great idea for those who don’t have time even for festivals.
A Beautiful Floral Basket
You can add your own festive flair to this cliched and common decoration. Fill a basket with any flowers you like. Wrapping fairy lights around the basket, and placing it at the right spot can add a decorative touch.
A Floral Chandelier
Another unique idea for home decor. What’s more innovative and unique than a floral chandelier in your home? A chandelier signifies royalty. This is the ideal item to decorate high ceilings.
Here are some fresh and trendy festival flower decorating ideas. Flowers have a special meaning in Hinduism as they are a sign of strength, generosity, and purity. Flowers are also a manifestation Aastha, a devotional emotion. Offering flowers as poojas is a prayer to the deity for good health, prosperity and wealth. These religious symbolisms give the act of decorating your house with flowers for festivals a deeper meaning. This festive season, make sure that your home is decorated with flowers. Myla wishes you a happy and safe Dhanteras and Diwali, as well as all the other festivals and occasions that are on their way!