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The ultimate combination of delicate blooms – Faith is the epitome of pure beauty. Made to be simple yet eye-catching, these blossoms take centre stage, adding a sense of opulence to such a special occasion.
The ultimate combination of delicate blooms – Innocence is the epitome of pure beauty.
The ultimate combination of delicate blooms – Love is the epitome of pure beauty. Made to be simple yet eye-catching, these blossoms take centre stage, adding a sense of opulence to such a special occasion.
My Prayer is the epitome of pure beauty. Made to be simple yet eye-catching, it takes centre stage, adding a sense of opulence to such a special occasion.
First Communion flowers
The First Holy Communion is a Catholic tradition held in May or June every year in Malta and Gozo. It’s a highly anticipated occasion for children attending doctrine lessons leading up to the day they receive the Eucharist for the first time. Flowers have become an integral part of the celebration and on the day, we see flowers in children’s hands, on their heads and even decorating cakes, table centrepieces at parties held after the sacrament and front doors of homes all over the islands. The church is also beautifully decorated with white floral arrangements to create a reverent atmosphere and commemorate this milestone in children’s lives. Flowers are often arranged on the alter table, surrounding the altar and at the entrance.
White is the most used colour for Holy Communion flowers; symbolizing sacredness, innocence, and purity to match the children’s attire which is also typically all white. Our bouquets are typically a mixture of fresh white roses, freesias, gypsophilia, lisianthus. We sometimes have requests for light-coloured flowers but make sure that your parish accepts that first. Usually, girls are adorned with a floral head crown or head wreath – a circle of natural fresh flowers and leaves on their heads – most likely attached to a veil. It is customary for children to carry communion candles and/or flowers during the procession – the candles are then lit during the ceremony. The flowers carried by or gifted to children are simple, and arrangements vary in size depending on what you’re after. We also beautify taper candles with fresh florals.
Given the celebration takes place beginning of summer, the best way to take care of the flowers is to place them in an airconditioned room without direct sunlight or draught. If you’d like to have a longer-lasting bouquet of artificial flowers, we can cater for that as well. If your child suffers from any allergies, artificial flowers may be the safest option.
What flowers are associated with First Communion?
Fine white pollen-free blooms are specifically selected by our florists for Holy Communion.
How do I order Holy Communion flowers?
You can order your Holy Communion flowers either online, over the phone on 21 441 264 / 21 486 307 or by visiting our shop in Qormi.
Can I customise my Holy Communion arrangement?
We’d love to customise your Holy Communion arrangement! Get in touch with our florists and we’ll take it from there!
Do you offer same-day flower delivery?
Yes, we can deliver your Holy Communion flowers on the same day to any address in Malta and Gozo.
How many days before should I get holy communion flowers?
You can place your order the minute the date for your child’s Holy Communion is confirmed!