One of the biggest milestones in our lives is our graduation. Whether it is graduation from high school, from college, or a university convocation, it’s a time of momentous celebrating. Fresh flowers are a great way to show our support for someone who recently graduated from school, college, university, or other major life-changing moments. At Flower Chimp Hong Kong, we know the joy of accomplishing a life goal is best celebrated with a huge bouquet of fresh flowers. Flowers enhance the mood by bringing in vivid colour spectrums and light fragrances. You can have them too! Read more to find out how you can get awesome graduation flowers for a friend, a family member, or for some self-pampering with Flower Chimp’s delivery today.
The most common flower in any florist’s collection would be roses. Everyone loves roses for their simplicity and versatility for every occasion. Roses are great for happy occasions such as weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, and of course, graduations. You can get them in red, yellow, white, orange, pink, and purple. Other popular flowers are gerbera daisies, sunflowers, tulips, peonies, and lilies. Garnish the bouquets with fresh foliage such as eucalyptus and you’re good to go!
Not sure how to choose a graduation bouquet? Let us help you. Here in Hong Kong, graduation bouquets come in all shapes and sizes. The key element to remember is to right size. As most graduation flower bouquets are delivered students who are most likely at a graduation ceremony, you need to consider how they can accommodate the flowers. They may be holding other gifts and personal items during the ceremony, so the flower bouquets need to be small enough to be handheld.
Another element of graduation flowers is the add-ons. Include a balloon or some chocolates for great add-on choices. Sweet treats like chocolates would be great as a snack the graduate gets to enjoy. At Flower Chimp, our selection of Ferrero Rocher chocolates is perfect with graduation flowers. Go ahead and select them for easy complementary add-ons. These little gestures go a long way to show our support for our friend or family member.