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Possessing the brightness of blue and the radiance of red, purple has become an enchanting colour that can be sophisticated and elegant as well. When it comes to flowers, purple flower is a favourite among flower arrangers. Not only it is very appealing, combining it with flowers in different shades brings out the deep beauty of the purple flowers.

Purple Flowers Role in History

History has it that purple flowers used to be the symbol of highness and royalty. That is because during those times, purple flowers were very expensive and only the high and the rich can afford to have it to decorate their homes. Therefore, the purple flower played a role of symbol of status.

Purple Flowers Role in Belief, Faith, and Religion

Purple flowers have always been given to the Gods and Goddesses as offerings as a way of symbolizing worship, faith, praise, and belief. In Hinduism and Buddhism, the purple lotus is considered a sacred flower. Religions practiced in the lands of India, Nepal, Thailand, Japan, Egypt, and Malaysia also highly regard the presence of purple flowers.

Purple Flowers Role in Modern Times

The role of the purple flower has evolved significantly, and in modern times, it is being used for a variety of reasons and occasions. Due to its deep shade, purple flowers instantly make a dull space bright and lively. Purple flowers also give an impression of respect and admiration, so a bouquet of purple-shaded flowers of different kinds and varieties is perfect to be given to someone special, especially on intimate occasions such as anniversaries. And since purple flower can bring out a romantic mood anytime, it has become a staple in romantic and important events such as weddings. In the exchange of vows, the purple flower symbolizes truthfulness and faithfulness to the other.

The Purple Flowers for Weddings


As the most popular flower that represents love and romance, purple roses has become a favourite choice in wedding ceremonies. The more subtle ones are always chosen to blend in the bridal gown if to be used in the wedding bouquet, and the more vivid ones are ideal if to be used to accentuate the wedding reception.


The flower of tulip, being available all year round, is another popular choice among wedding flower arrangers not just for beauty but also for versatility and convenience. The tulip flower has different kinds as well, and the one that is fondly used in weddings is the Dutch tulip.

Cala Lillies:

Since tulips can really be very expensive, especially the purple-shaded ones, calla lilies in purple shade make a perfect alternative. Slightly resembles a tulip in appearance, it still creates that romantic mood suited in the wedding venue.


What makes the purple asters a popular choice among florists is its being arranged in cluster by nature. It can be presented just as it is with just very minimal accents. Its formation is already pretty that there is no need to further enhance it.

SNO Name Common Names Description
1 Allium flowering onion star-shaped flower‚ Tight or loose‚ round clusters of small on long smooth
2 Alstroemeria peruvian lily miniature lilies‚ with spotted or striped markings‚ shaded colour‚ or
3 Anemone windflower Anemone flowers managed to produce in the last few years‚ are remarkable‚ and
4 Cattleya Orchid corsage orchid The leaves are sold as Orca
5 Celosia cockscomb Celosia leaves are not very decorative or longlasting and are best removed
6 Delphinium Delphiniums Delphiniums and larkspur make good dried
7 Dendrobium Orchid King orchid Sprays of 10-12 dainty flowers on slender stems‚ often like daffodils in
8 Gladiolus sword lily Gladioli like a lot of water‚ and will suffer seriously if not given enough
9 Hellebore christmas rose The flowers' translucent petals and dotty stamens‚ combined with delicately pointed
10 Lily lilium The lily was the holy flower of the ancient
11 Limonium sea lavender Limonium flowers look stunning en masse‚ by themselves or as an ideal
12 Lisianthus eustoma Lisianthus has been one of the most popular flowers exhibited by the Flowers & Plants
13 Muscari grape hyacinth Muscari is well known as garden plants‚ but now they are also available as cut
14 Orchids Orchids The world's largest orchid can grow to 20 metres
15 Phalaenopsis Orchid moth orchid Sprays of up to 15 large waxy flat oval-shaped flowers on long
16 Phlox Garden Phlox Phlox are very thirsty flowers so keep the water topped
17 Stock stock Stock is a Tall‚ strong stem with a cluster of sweet-scented‚ double flowers
18 Sweet Pea sweet pea Sweet pea Keep cool‚ always in water‚ and away from ripening
19 Tulip tulip Tulips are the third-biggest selling flower in Holland and are also very popular in the
20 Vanda Orchid Vanda Orchid Vanda orchid is Elegant five petalled flowers‚ several to a
21 Zantedeschia arum The petals are fleshy and very easily bruised‚ take care when transporting or
22 Zinnia Zinnia The straight stems are topped by a pom-pom of bright candy