||Published: 16th June 2013 07:46
Talking Flowers Florists Essex
We have a large range of fresh flowers which are on display both inside and outside the shop, and this includes some unusual and exotic varieties. There are always florists on hand to create the arrangement of your choice, for example hand tied arrangements in stylish wrapping, aqua bouquets in vases etc.
Talking Flowers has a reputation for its elegant wedding arrangements. We will discuss your individual requirements for colours, style, budget etc., and offer advice if required. We are happy to provide a price quotation, and make adjustments to this if required after further consideration.
Some examples of the items we supply are:
Bridal flowers - tied posies, handsprays and traditional formal bouquets
Bridesmaids' posies and handsprays
Decoration of reception room
All items are delivered at the appropriate time and place.
Talking Flowers is a privately owned florists based in Essex, with a reputation for quality and friendly service. The shop is situated in Maldon High Street, next to the 16th century Moot Hall, and it is run by professional florists with experience of providing arrangements for some of London's most prestigious occasions and establishments, including the Houses of Parliament.
Our florists are able to provide advice and guidance if required for every type of occasion whether it be a wedding, birthday, anniversary or funeral.
We also stock a range of plants, and we are able to supply planted arrangements to order, we have a stock of quality Belgian chocolates, soft toys, balloons, vases and seasonal items.
Deliveries can be made to any address in Maldon and the surrounding areas in our own distinctive van, and we will often undertake deliveries to more distant addresses by arrangement. Talking Flowers is a member of the Teleflorist organisation, we are therefore able to arrange deliveries through the Teleflorist network to virtually any address in the world.
37 High Street
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