Monday, 24 October 2016

Things are getting a little spooky at Galton Flowers this week!

It is nearly Halloween time and here at Galton Flowers we are embracing everything Autumnal!
Our shop is full of warm red and orange flowers, red foliage and orange Chinese Lanterns.

For Halloween we have been very busy spraying our pumpkins gold, black or white. 
We have scraped out the insides and filled them with plants for you to keep outside your front 
door or on your windowsill for all to see.

If a pumpkin is not for you we have some gorgeous Autumnal wreaths with dried Hydrangea 
and Chinese Lanterns, fabulous for hanging on your door or anywhere inside your home.

A new season, fresh ideas at Galton Flowers!

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Thursday, 15 September 2016

Client Comment

Dear Sayeh,

I first met you about 4 years ago when we were planning our wedding (it’s been three years now that we’ve been married!) and I must say I am so glad that we chose you to do our wedding flowers.  I still look back at our wedding pictures and think-wow! when I see the flowers. My bouquet was beautiful and the table arrangements were perfect! 
I was recently showing a friend of mine your website and I stumbled across these pictures... and it’s prompted me to email you to say thank you! Sorry that it’s come a little late though. 

I have been back to the stand in Westfield a few times and bought various plants and arrangements and there are a couple of your staff who have remembered me and my name, it’s lovely that you all have that personal touch in everything you do.

Thank you again for helping to make our wedding day so special and thank you to your staff for being so warm, friendly and thoughtful.

Kind regards


Friday, 17 June 2016

Celebrating Shakespeare's Anniversary 2016 - Designs by Galton Flowers

Shakespeare has written about many flowers in his plays & sonnets this month our designs reflect some of his best works.

If happiness were like
The flowers of June then I would take
The best of them, roses and columbine,
The lilies, and bind them in your hair.
They are not more beautiful but they add
Meaning to my love. For all our words
Are short and lame of breath and stumble,
And you surpass them though I know not why.
 Shy love I think of you as the day wanes
And as the sun sinks deep into the ocean
And as the stars turn round above in silent motion.

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