In the City of London, Goth is a large and well established sub-culture. If you are after Gothic clothing, jewelery, pubs, conventions, bands or clubs then this is the epicenter of the dark image. The ‘Batcave’ was the original Goth club back in the early eighties. That is sadly no more but numerous others have sprung up all over London.
Highgate cemetery has always been a popular haunt for the artistic, poetic or pondering darklings and there are several more places around the City that are popular places to see Goths.
There is also a very good range of Gothic flower delivery in London. Even if you are not particularly interested in the Goth scene you would still be impressed by the dark bouquets that are on offer. We all know that there is a good selection of flower delivery in London available and anything that adds to that variety should be welcomed.
‘Gothic themed weddings’ are becoming increasingly popular, so the services of flower delivery in London that specifically cater for such specialized requirements are now much more sought after. There are some truly beautiful Gothic-style selections on offer in many London florists. You will find such combinations as red roses with black tulips, Gerbera and Orchids interspersed with ribbons and feathers. It is worth having a look into Gothic-style flower delivery in London services even if Goth is not normally your cup of tea. You should be impressed at the imagination involved in the bouquets if nothing else. Have a look at some ‘Gothic flower’ images on your search engine.
The Goth scene has become so popular that even normal flower delivery in London services are beginning to cater for it, seeing it as a fast-growing and lucrative market. Because there has been such a boom in the Goth scene in London it is becoming apparent to many businesses that it is a good area to cash-in on if it is possible. Perhaps it won’t be to everyone’s taste when it comes to things such as black roses presented in coffin-shaped presentation boxes but there are certainly some very tasteful and romantic displays available. Besides, many of the great ‘classic’ tales of romance have got a distinctly and undeniably dark and Gothic feel about them. Think of immortal stories of romance such as ‘Wuthering Heights’.
It isn’t just weddings that are catered for in the Goth scene. There are also such things as dark displays of flowers at birthday parties, christenings and Valentine’s bouquets. Not to mention ‘Gothic-styled’ air-dried flowers, and flower arranging using typically somber color combinations.
So, the flower delivery in London services have caught on to something new and in turn they have added even more diversity to their area of business. If you ask any Goth what they think about this turn of events then I am pretty sure that the last thing that they would do would be to complain about it. The Gothic subculture has gained a little bit more acceptance by society and they have been given some other choices that appeal to their taste.