Designed to order spring flowers for your home

by Charlotte.Barnes on March 10, 2011

Spring is almost here and we have a fantastic new range of flowers. Each piece is put together by one of our talented florists using bright, spring blooms. They can easily bring colour into any home and make wonderful focal points for Easter celebrations.

There are some amazing flowers in our spring collection, but our florists can design something to your specifications too. All you have to do is use our Designed to Order service and tell us a little bit about the sort of thing you want our florists to create.

Here are some examples of the stunning displays our florists could create for you…

The Spring Hand-Tied is a collection of bright flowers and lush greenery that is wonderfully reminiscent of meadow walks and wild flower gardens.

If you’re planning an Easter party, then the Spring Table Arrangement would be a great way to bring colour into your home or party venue. It’s a vibrant display full of yellows, oranges, greens and purples. Round arrangements can be made to fit smaller tables or, to span the length of a table, a larger arrangement can be created.

Our florists can also create beautiful place settings to go with your centrepiece.

For a bright and dainty addition to any room our expert florists can create little pots packed with spring blooms. They make great gifts or they are perfect for brightening up a windowsill.

The spring flowers used in any Designed to Order piece could be a combination of irises, freesias, tulips, daffodils, spray roses, Cymbidium orchids and much more.

To have an arrangement designed to your specifications please call the Designed to Order team on 0800 434343

To view the full range of spring flowers please visit

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Charlotte Barnes

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