Flower occasions - flower gifts ideas for special days
A day of sadness or the happiest day of your life – we can help you to find flowers for all occasions. Flowers can help you to express your emotions where words fail you.
Building on our knowledgeable advice on flower gifts from flower baskets to elaborate wedding flower arrangements we can help you to get the message just right. See our specialist advice on
- Funeral Flowers
- Wedding Flowers
- Valentine's Day Flowers
- Mother's Day Flowers
- Birthday Flowers
- Corporate Flowers
Whether you want a flower basket or a single flower we can help you to choose your flower gift
Whatever the occasion, be it a funeral, wedding, birthday, anniversary, thank you, special event or just a simple gift, we have a wide range of flower baskets, bouquets, arrangements, plants and accessories using the finest and freshest flowers and foliage from around the world.
As Chorley’s longest serving florist we have over a 100 years of combined staff expertise in designing and creating traditional, modern and futuristic floral arrangements. Whether it is rainbow coloured roses, where every petal is of different colour or a traditional sunflower, we can help you to personalise your flower message.
We can help you choose your bouquet for a special person so they know that you have taken care in the decision and selection of their flower gift. Combined with a personal card message there is little that can replace such as personal touch helping you to brighten even the rainiest days. Flowers also make success even sweeter:
“On behalf of the British Dance Council & all our winning competitors and the Official British Salsa Championships 2013, we would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to Marshalls Florist of Chorley for their stunning flower bouquets.
From the simplest of briefs you encapsulated the tone of our event beautifully in the bespoke bouquets that you created for us. Without a doubt, we will be back next year!
Thank you once again for your artistry and fantastic customer service.”
Helen Walker, Hewitt Events