The 5 biggest bouquets

Explosive bouquets full of happiness

Flowers make us happy, and comfort us when we need it to put a smile on our faces. So why not bring more flowers into our homes? And we don't necessarily mean more often, but literally more: immense, overwhelming, generous, enormous bouquets. We have made a list of our five biggest bouquets for you - the only thing you need to worry about it having a big enough vase. 

1. Tropical feel

Create a tropical ambience in your home with a bouquet full of orchids. They come in pastel shades, deep colours, or with petals that seem like a dreamy artist has hand painted them. Step out of your comfort zone, put a few enticing orchids together and enjoy this exotic feast of flowers in your home.

2. Exuberant fun

The lily is certainly not a modest flower, but a grand lady who likes the spotlight. Once its elongated leaves curl open into large, star-like flowers, their powdery stamens spread a sweet scent that penetrates deep into your senses. You can be sure you will create something extraordinary with a lily bouquet.

3. Ode to love

Some bouquets make you think about how much you love flowers - and how much you love the giver. This overwhelming bouquet lets your love speak loudly. And did you know that ranunculus, carnation, freesia and the rose all have meanings associated? You are always in the right place with this grand bouquet.

4. Yellow, yellow, yellow

The sunflower, queen of summer flowers, should never not be included in a grand yellow bouquet. The 3G's (gladiolus, gerbera and gloriosa) give this popping bouquet a yellow-gold edge. If that doesn't cheer you up, nothing will!

5. A vase full of sun

This bouquet is so overwhelming that even the tallest people will feel a little diminished. Gladiolus, Allium, sunflower and Delphinium: together they create an exuberant summer feeling that no one can ignore. Ah, is it summer already?

We'd love to see your explosive bouquet! Share your floral joy with us with the hashtag #funnyhowflowersdothat and #weneedmoreflowers on Instagram and Facebook.