Flair with Flowers offers contemporary styles and designs. We have a reputation for our unique range of flowers and foliage. Our unbeatable quality and individual service can cater for the intimate, the flamboyant, the contemporary and the traditional.
Our highly qualified assistants are here to advise and guide you. We have the expertise to help you make your choice from the smallest of handtied bouquets, to the more lavish of affairs. Whatever you require we guarantee to deliver.
Not naming any particular relay company, but it`s worth noting the number of complaints it received both after Valentine`s and Mother`s Days last year. This is a polite reminder and reasons to support your local florist.
Then, do check out our 2016 love designs for this year`s Valentine`s Day, Be original and ditch the red roses for a bespoke bouquet designed with seasonal flowers and foliage that is the essence of romance
If you want to send flowers in redditch, Studley, bromsgrove, alcester, henley in Arden and surrounding areas it is usually far better to contact a local flower shop in the area by looking up details via a search engine. Tapping in `florist` and the delivery postcode which will then bring up a variety of listings this means you can speak to that business directly and ask the person at the end of the phone what they have in stock, what`s in season and also make any special requests such as a particular colour, flowers or a preference to funky and modern to a traditional style scented bouquet.
you can give them a chance to create a bespoke design which, follows your choice and instructions rather than the relay company set lay out from a factory. Should there be any problems, you will also be able to discuss the issues directly with the florist rather than be fobbed off by a large relay company.
Of course, this is what we always have done and will continue to do we create bespoke designs especially for each and every customer be it a hand-tied bouquet or a contemporary arrangement of the freshest available seasonal flowers and foliage
Valentine’s Day is here, Romance is literally in full bloom hopefully a lovely bouquet of flowers will be arriving for you from that special someone you love Or are you looking for the perfect gift. Well look no further whether you are looking for something passionate and romantic, delicate and sweet, or distinctively unique here’s our guide the to our top ten designs
as Valentine's Day is the most romantic day of the year it comes the quest to find that something special so if you don't find what your looking for please ring the shop to make you a bespoke perfect gift
Because flowers are so beautiful and bring us such joy, we want them to last as long as possible. There are a few simple things you can do to ensure you get every moment of enjoyment from your lovely bouquet.
First, make sure you place them in a cool place away from drafts, sunlight and heat vents. Once you have the flowers in your chosen spot, filling the vase to the brim with cool water will help make sure that all stems get enough water. Often all the stems do not go all the way to the bottom of the vase. Flowers drink a lot of water, faster than you might think. Checking the water daily makes sure there is always enough for even shorter stems.
If your flowers arrive as a wrapped bouquet that you place in your own vase, make sure you add the little packet of floral preservative that comes with the flowers to the water as directed. This preservative contains both nutrients for the flowers and a biocide to keep algae at bay. Science has proven that using a floral preservative does extend the vase life of flowers. Changing the water every few days also helps, especially if you continue to add the floral preservative to the fresh water each time. These little packets usually come with your flowers, and I always keep some handy at home. Stop in your local florist next time you are in town and buy a half dozen or so to keep on hand. These packets are inexpensive and they do make a difference.
One last tip is to recut the stems of your bouquet when you change the water. Removing up to an inch of stem gives the flower a “fresh cut” and opens the stems to continue drinking water. As the bouquet ages, the stems can callus over restricting the flow of water to the blooms.
As some of the flowers begin to fade, it’s fun to restyle your bouquet and make some new smaller arrangements from the foliage and flowers that are still looking good. It’s simple to do and fun to create a different look with your flowers. Gather up some small vases and containers such as a small milk pitcher, miniature bottles, bud vases, julep cups or even mugs. Select blooms from the original bouquet, trim to a shorter length and arrange in these smaller vessels. You can display them grouped together or scattered throughout the house in special little spots so you can enjoy each bloom a few more days.
Spending just a few minutes to care for your flowers makes it possible to enjoy them just a little longer
Cold wet and windy if you can’t bear the thought of going outside to get your flowers, you can order your luxury bouquet from the comfort of your own home. Or why not treat someone else to a gorgeous bouquet to brighten up their day this January you may not associate January with flowers (or even going outside!), but it’s actually the perfect time to surround yourself with beautiful colours and blooms Scientifically proven to have an immediate impact on happiness and long-term positive effects on your mood, there really is no better way to beat the post-Christmas blues . Here are some of our favourite blooms to help brighten up your winter
Tulips – Available in a wide variety of gorgeously vibrant colours, these flowers will have you thinking it’s spring in no time. Love tulips Hyacinth – These blue hycanith are perfect for adding a splash of colour and heavenly fragrance to your home this winter. Daffodils At their best from January onwards, these bright and cheerful blooms are certain to put a spring in your step