There are three responses to a piece of design — yes, no, and WOW! WOW is the one to aim for.
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Yes, last year we were SWAMPED by customers who just couldn’t get enough of our flowers and its all happening again this year! We are at STAND 47 – right opposite the stage.
We will have all of our new collections there, as well as the favourites and past collections (well, what’s left, that is!) Yes we are selling out now…THANKYOU for loving our flowers. And yes, there will be discounted prices!!
Stop by and say ‘hi’ . Meet some of the Design team. And yes, you are MOST welcome to take photos of the projects at the show – in fact, we encourage it!
See you there!!!