To order your promotional material use the form
halfway down the page,
or simply call us
on 01934 644451. We're happy to help.
What is British Flowers Week?
from Monday 15 June to Sunday 21 June 2020.
A week‐long celebration
of the wealth and variety of the Best of British cut flowers and foliage, championed by New Covent Garden Flower Market.
British Flowers Week is the annual nationwide celebration of British cut flower growers and the skilled independent florists
they supply. The campaign unites the British cut flower industry behind the call for consumers to buy - and value - locally-grown,
seasonal British flowers and foliages. It also brings retail and event florists, flower schools, growers and wholesalers together
to showcase the best of British flowers, foliages and floristry.
For several years now the Paper Studio has provided
FREE of charge a range of posters and tags to help the independent florist.
A3 Window Poster (320mm x 450mm)
To get your FREE A3 poster and 40 unpersonalised tags just fill in your details in the form below and we'll
get them off to you.
for more information
just Call 01934 644451 We're happy to help
We've also produced a special
British Summer Flowers
folded card set
pack of 240 Folded cards size 68mm x 102mm 30 of each of 8
designs at £11.95 per pack,
per pack printed with your shop details
minimum of 4
packs of 240 (from across the range) for overprinting
Examples of Attractive Window Displays FREE
We also sponsored
Helen Goodwin, the Visual Merchandising whiz from the BFA Vision conference to design and create a couple of example window
displays for British Flowers Week. We made videos of what Helen created and how she went about it which you can see
below the photographs here.
Wards Florists in York, with thanks to David Bough
Floral Elegance in Acomb, York with thanks to Sue Hunter
Window Display Videos
The first video shows Helen at Floral Elegance in Acomb, York talking about the principles of how to
create a great display. The second video is a speeded up, timelapse video of her building the display at Wards in York.
Helen was building the display during a working day there is quite a lot of background noise from customers in the
second half of the first video - sorry!
Which are YOUR favourite summer flowers? And what would help you to
stock and sell more British summer flowers?