Local Florist Blooms & Bouquets


My name is Wendy, after a number of years studying under Sue Billingham, and working for a number of floral designers, I decided to create my own floral studio. Additional training from Covent Garden Floral Academy keeps me up to date with trends and techniques. Based in Hatfield Peverel, in Essex ,I serve the Essex, Herts, Suffolk area's.

I do have a great flair for creating unique floral designs for your special occasion, or I can work with you to create your vision, and bring your idea's to life.

​I have a reputation for delivering quality floral arrangements for your big day, and most importantly you can rely on me to make sure your occasion goes smoothly, whether its valantines flowers, birthday flowers, wedding flowers, sympathy flowers or maybe you are dressing your house for Christmas.


Tel: 07949 395 307
Email.blooms.bouquets@gmail.com
http://www.bloomsandbouquets.co.uk

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