Are you looking to send Valentine’s Day bouquets in Bristol? Then I have the right selection just for you! This year my online shop will be open for the Valentine’s period, where you can choose from a variety of six beautiful, seasonal hand tied gift bouquets and have them delivered in Bristol and Bath. All bouquets will be exquisitely hand wrapped in layers of soft tissue, delivered in a gift bag with a hand written card message. Each bouquet will be filled with the market’s finest seasonal, scented spring flowers and believe me, there is a bouquet for everyone in there! From rich, sumptuous red fleurs, to the more fresh, spring, brighter blooms… The Rose Shed 2016 Valentine’s Day collection will suit all personalities! To order a bouquet your significant other will no doubt hugely thank you for, go to our shop from Monday where you can simply order online! Take a sneak peek at the collection here…
A decadent mix of vibrant red flowers such as roses, anemones and tulips are paired with viburnum, eucalyptus and fern foliage to create this incredibly romantic bouquet.
Soft, sumptuous pure white seasonal blooms such as roses, ranunculus, tulips and lilac are combined with delicate pale green foliage to form this incredibly elegant bouquet.
Vintage-looking Memory Lane roses, scented hyacinths, clematis, tulips and ginista in muted shades of lilac and purple sit among fern and eucalyptus foliage in this beautiful bouquet.
Elegant sweet pink roses are paired with pure white blooms such as ranunculus, scented hyacinths, lilac and ginista in this pretty bouquet finished with delicate pale green foliage.
Spring favourites such as ranunculus, tulips, hyacinths, lilac, and ginista in bold shades of blue and yellow mingle with luscious green bell and eucalyptus foliage to form this colourful bouquet.
Stunning peach roses and dreamy seasonal blooms like white lilac, spray roses and ranunculus are combined with viburnum, green bell and eucalyptus foliage to form this stylish bouquet.
The question on everyone’s lips?! Which one’s your favourite?!