The Mid-autumn Festival (or Zhong Qiu Jie in Mandarin), also known as the Mooncake Festival, falls on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month. It is called the Mid-autumn Festival because the 15th day is the middle of a month, and the eighth lunar month is in the middle of autumn. The full moon is considered a symbol of reunion, as such the Mid-autumn Festival is also known as the Reunion Festival. Shaped round like the full moon, mooncakes signify reunion. The Mid-autumn Festival is associated with the moon and “moon appreciation” (shangyue) parties, particularly because the moon is at its brightest during this time.
Give your living room an instant face lift with colourful flowers during this Mid-autumn Festival family gathering. Th presence of flower arrangements will make any space more pleasant and vibrant with life. Contact us if you would like to have a beautiful flower arrangement this Mid-autumn Festival, Fleuri Garden is a classy florist and open all year round that offers flower delivery in Singapore.
A colourful centerpiece comprising of casablanca lilies, red roses, gerbera, purple peacock, green chrysanthemum
pompom & leaves.
Table arrangement embodying elegance and life with a beautiful mix of various colours of carnations , purple caspia & leaves.