Flower gifting in Dubai and in the Arab culture

Flowers are a part of the most important occasions in our lives. Any occasion worth the name is appropriate for flower gifts: birthdays, funerals, graduation, weddings, Graduation Day, Retirement Day, Valentine’s Day etc. forming an integral part of our lives. Some flowers have religious significance too.

The advancement has extended the world, creating also bigger distance from one place to another. Many people miss to be the part of special occasions due to far distances. Hence, flowers delivery system helps you to meet the requirements. Flower delivery in Dubai and UAE is also possible, thanks to many provider (i.e. fnp.ae)

In Victorian times, certain flowers had specific meanings because the flower selection was limited and people used more symbols and gestures to communicate than words. But today, with so many flower choices, there are no rules – it’s the sentiment that gives the gift its meaning. Your florist can help you send the right message. Many people assign their own personal meanings – a flower or color that might remind them of a special event or moment in their lives.

In the Arab World they were traditionally used for funerals and weddings; they do not make good gifts from a man, although a woman could give them to her hostess. In Arab culture, gifts are given or received with the right hand, not with the left. Using both hands, however, is acceptable.

Flowers generally do not feature as heavily in Islamic traditions when compared to other major religions. Roses are sometimes chosen for use in marriages or funerals, along with various palm leaves. Roses have been greatly used for their heavy perfume in Arabic and Muslim culture for a very long time. To this end, rose water is also sprinkled on new graves at the end of the ceremony. Whole white roses are sometimes used to symbolize virtue. Jasmine is sometimes also used in funerals. Islamic artwork in religious places are usually embellished with many types of flower images and winding floral patterns. Islamic gardens designed for meditation specifically include citrus trees for their pleasant-smelling orange blossoms.
Flowers and leaves from the Henna plant are especially prized for the dark dye that is extracted and used to decorate the skin and hair. Intricate, floral or geometric henna patterns are drawn on the hands and feet of brides before the wedding as a symbol of fertility and good fortune.

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