The beautiful new flower shop that’s opened in Manchester just in time for Valentine’s Day
Tucked in at the Royal Exchange.
There’s a stunning new flower shop in Manchester city centre, nestled into one of the city’s most beautiful buildings – and the timing of its opening couldn’t be more perfect.
Royal Exchange Flowers has just opened on Cross Street, tucked in beside other brilliant businesses that occupy the Grade II-listed building, like Sostrene Grene and Pastan.
The shop may be small, but it’s hard to miss, with colourful plants and flowers spilling out of the door.
There’s even a bright floral arch wrapped around its doorway and rustic wooden crates piled high with fresh blossoms.
Inside the little independent oasis of colour, you’ll find vibrant blooms, hand-tied bouquets, flower gift bags, fresh plants and more.
Royal Exchange Flowers is the latest venture from award-winning florists Kai Leek and Adi Thomas, the pair behind the floral and events company Verdure Floral Design, which celebrates its 18th birthday later this month.
Along with their team of experts, the RHS Gold medal-winning florists pride themselves on providing premium quality bouquets at affordable prices.
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Royal Exchange Flowers has opened right in time for Valentine’s Day, and is making bouquets for same-day delivery when ordered before 2pm.
You can also click and collect bespoke orders in store, or pop in for a browse.
Royal Exchange Flowers will be open 10am-6.30pm, seven days a week, as well as selected bank holidays.
Find further details here.
Featured image: The Manc Group