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Purple has been a popular colour for many seasons. Purple flowers come in a variety of shades, from the duskiest purple to deep magenta. There is an air of dignity to purple flowers that make them perfect for even the most important occasions. In ancient times purple was a colour allowed only to Royalty in many countries and in Rome it was reserved for the Emperor. In the present day you can even deliver prurple flowers on the same day as ordered in London , and on the next day throughout the UK.
Purple flowers not only do well on their own, but look great combined with some other colours of flowers. Deep purple flowers sometimes do not stand out on their own, so yellow flowers or orange flowers can do the trick to give the just the contrast they need.
If you are not looking for contrast in your purple flowers, just some added interest or depth in the bouquet then an arrangement with pink flowers, blue flowers or white flowers can also be very eye-catching.
When purple flowes are arranged on their own, another way they can really stand out is on a backdrop of lighter green foliage. This deep royal colour can really be brought to its full elegance with just the arrangement of colours.
If you feel that purple flowers are too held-back and serious, there are reddish purple flowers that have a bit more warmth to them. These can be sent on to show love or affection, while deep purple flowers are best saved for more serious events.
If you are sending a lady purple flowers, you can also choose a monochromatic bouquet, with many shades of purple and even some pink tones. There is a certain femininity to having these colours combined. She will hang onto these purple flowers as long as she can!
You can easily find the perfect bouquet of purple flowers online as online florists like flowers24hours.co.uk, have their arrangements sorted according to colour. You can find exactly the tone, shade and type of purple flowers you have in mind. Have them sent anywhere in London same-day and to the rest of the UK next-day.