Wednesday, 10 October 2012

The perfect gift? - Memories are made of this ...

Hello all.  I bring you exciting news this week from Campbell's HQ - we've added another string to our bow in the guise of specially commissioned gift bouquets.

Now don't panic all you lovely Brides out there, or you Event planners - we're not going all soft toys and silk flowers you know that's not what we really do, it's just that we've been asked more and more lately to create really memorable designs to celebrate someone's (usually their Mum's) special occasion.

So we thought, why not offer this as a special service?

To start with, we will undertake special commissions in and around the Sheffield area designing, as always, in our very vintage, natural, seasonal style.  Your bouquet will be individually tailored to perfectly suit the person you are sending it to, as we take into consideration the occasion, favourite colours and flowers which reflect the personality of the recipient.  All our bouquets are jam-packed full of the freshest blooms - the beauty of not being a High Street florist is that we don't hold stock so buy fresh from the market on the day of delivery - that way you can be reassured the flowers will be really long-lasting.

To create a really memorable vintage-inspired design, we use anything from 10-15 different varieties in our bouquets, providing full care instructions and a list of every flower chosen.  In order to keep our carbon footprint as low as possible, we use very stylish packaging which can be recycled and keep cellophane to the absolute minimum. I'm currently looking at ways of doing without the dreaded cellophane at the moment and will keep you up-to-date if and when I find an alternative.

In the meantime here are some pics of recent commissions and what to expect ...

To undertake a commission, just give us 24 hours notice (after all you want those flowers to be fresh don't you?) and we'll do the rest.  Pop over to our website for more info or do get in touch and we'll start the ball rolling to creating something truly bespoke for a special person.

Tracey x

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