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Blazing Beauty is a glamorous bouquet of flowers that brightens your home and gives joy to the people around you.

Blazing Beauty

£39.99 £37.99
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Dazzling Sunshine Giftbox will lighten up your dark days and gives love to the people around us.

Sunshine Giftbox

£40.99 £37.99
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A vibrant bundle of blooms with all the fun of the carnival. Enjoy flowers at their brightest!

Carnival Gift Bag

£39.99 £37.99
Elizabeth bouquet has the sense to brighten our day to start with a beautiful smile. Make our mood positive and share our happiness with other people around us.

Elizabeth

£48.99
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Timeless Whites this simple but classical arrangement makes a lovely gift. Send this white combination to make every celebration more delightful.

Timeless Whites

£49.99 £45.99
The classic Valentine’s bouquet of twelve red roses is as popular as ever. These beautiful velvety red roses speaks love and devotion like no other flower can!

12 Red Roses

£59.99
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Wild About You bouquet demonstrates your feelings to a person to tell them how much you love them. It includes red roses, germini, oriental lilies and wild natural foliage.

Wild About You

£50.99 £48.99
A simple yet ultimately romantic bouquet for the love of your life this Valentine’s Day. Six gorgeous red roses hand tied with care and delivered with love.

6 Red Roses

£39.99
Pearly White is a shining pearl bouquet with white lilies and roses.  It will surely shine and cheer you up and bring peace and happiness as we journey in life.

Pearly White

£37.99
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Remy floral gift designed by our skilled florists. Perfect to give and make our beloved family and friends to be the happiest persons on earth.

Remy

£44.99 £40.99
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Jewel is a beautiful bouquet with the layers of the purple Jewel. It has an attractive scents make this bouquet lovable. The colour purple is very impressive in the overall beauty of this bouquet.

Jewel

£48.99 £44.99
Mayflower is a pleasing bouquet that has gradient and brave mixed colours of flowers. This precious bouquet is extraordinary when it comes to occasions.

Mayflower

£42.99
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White roses can also symbolize a new beginning and everlasting love. Show your purest love to your partner this Valentine’s Day with this stunning bouquet.

12 White Roses

£58.99 £54.98
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Autumn Splendour brings you all the lovely shades of orange in one arrangement. Get this beautiful bouquet just in time for the autumn festivities.

Autumn Splendour

£46.99 £43.99

I Love Lily / Rolfe's The Florist Flowers by Occasion

Beautiful flowers must always be present whenever there is an occasion. This is because flowers bring out the beauty of the celebration. For a truly wonderful and festive occasion, you should pick the right flowers for the special day. Choose lovely lilies and colourful carnations for weddings and the arrival of a new baby. For festivals, sunny and bright flowers like gerberas and sunflowers are your best bet.

Things Our Customers Say

Emma Burns
10 months ago

Just to say a huge thank you for the flowers pn Saturday. They were absolutely perfect. The lilac roses were stunning as were my little blue thistles (were they sea holly/eryngium). And thank you also for doing the two button holes last minute.
Christian
10 months ago

Thank you for your hard work on our wedding day. The bouquets you produced for the bridesmaid and Janine were fantastic. Thanks again
Emma & Paul 
11 months ago

Hi Adele! Thank you so much for making the castle look so beautiful on our wedding day!! The flowers were incredible! We still can’t stop thinking about how amazing they were! You are such a lovely and talented woman and we are so glad we choose you to be part of our day!
Rach & Al 
11 months ago

We just want to say a HUGE thank you for making our day so perfect! So many people have spoken to us since the wedding praising you on your talent, you made the venue look absolutely beautiful and I loved the bouquets! You are hugely talented and we can’t thank you enough!

About Cardiff Florists

With several years in the floral industry, I Love Lily Flowers in Cardiff has a lot to offer for you. We have a variety of flowers and collections of floral arrangements perfect for different occasions. Our flower arrangements are made by only experienced florists in their field. We are sure to exceed your expectations whenever you order flowers from our online shop.

Our shop, I Love Lily Flowers offers all flower varieties and floral arrangements. Expect high-end luxury flowers or even a simple flower in a pot. We are our proud to say that we provide the best flowers in Cardiff. Besides flowers, we also provide different floral services with the help of our professional florists.

If you are planning to buy flowers online, I Love Lily Flowers is the ideal choice. We highly recommend our online shop whenever you need flowers. We are available Mondays to Saturdays. Feel free to contact us at 07815 941809 or email us at info@ilovelilyflowers.co.uk for inquiries. You may also visit our shop in Cardiff. We are located at Unit 3 Heol Ffaldau Brackla Industrial Estate, Bridgend, CF31 2AJ, United Kingdom.

From bouquets to table centrepieces to glamorous buttonholes we can create your ideal floral arrangement with our experience and knowledge. Our consultancy will cover the available form of flowers, style, shape, and size that will need flowers, whatever the church, hall, synagogue, or temple site. To get inspired by our past works, see our wedding designs here.

A Little History Of Cardiff Florists

We are proud of our local history, and passionate about flowers, at I Love Lily and we would love to share some of those passions. We are artisanal florists who find inspiration all around us and we are certain we can provide the perfect flowers whatever the occasion. Wwe hope this brief introduction will help to inspire you as the local flowers, nature and history inspire us.

Cardiff, officially known as the City and County of Cardiff, is the eleventh largest city in the United Kingdom, and is also the capital city of Wales.  Archaeologists have uncovered evidence that the area has been inhabited by humans since at least 6000 BC, about 1500 years before the construction of either Stonehenge or the Great Pyramid of Giza was completed. However, Cardiff was a relatively small town until the early nineteenth century, when its prominence as a port, which was essential in transporting the coal that would drive the Industrial Revolution, aided the town’s growth. The area has a population of approximately 480,000 and Cardiff is home to the Welsh parliament (the Senedd), a large number of national cultural institutions, most Welsh media and it is also home to numerous sporting and entertainment venues. Despite its growth, Cardiff remains a county town and is part of the historic county of Glamorgan, which is a county of outstanding natural beauty and offers residents and visitors alike the chance to experience the diversity and beauty of nature on the doorstep.

The diversity of nature is celebrated in the choice of national symbols for Wales, be it the Leek, the dragon, the red kite, or the humble daffodil. This perennial flower, also known as Narcissus, was chosen to represent the country by David Lloyd George, the only Welshman to ever be Prime Minister of the UK. Its appearance in early spring neatly coincides with St. David’s Day on March 1st, and reflects nature’s optimism. The flower is also grown commercially for the galantamine they produce, as this can be used in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. Beautiful, and useful, it is hardly surprising that a country with the daffodil as its national flower should inspire so many budding florists.

These budding florists, both amateur and professional, can also find inspiration in the city itself. There are over 18 parks within the city, including Howardian Local Nature Reserve. This is a former landfill site that has been developed into a 32 acre site of varied habitats, ranging from estuarine to woodland, meadow, wetland to ponds that provide shelter and food for over 500 species of wildlife. With all of the wildlife come abundant local fauna, including flowers such as the Bee, Common spotted, Southern marsh and Butterfly orchids. The city also boasts the Cardiff Bay Wetlands Reserve, which was opened in 2002 and created after the construction of the Cardiff Bay Barrage. The construction created 200 hectares of freshwater lake from previous salt marsh and the reserve was then developed to encourage biodiversity and promote the regions local flowers.

There are also a collection of botanical gardens, Dyffryn Gardens, in Glamorgan which showcase the passion of locals for both native and exotic flora. These are presently in the care of the National Trust but were started to keep up the flower hunting craze of the 19th century. Reginald Cory was one of these hunters who travelled the world in search of exotic new plants and flowers. He brought his discoveries back to Dyffryn and used the sheltered south-facing position to plant his specimens and many of them still thrive today.

These are just some of the reasons we are the inspired florists we are today, and we truly believe we have the flower and bouquet to suit any occasion. As local, artisanal florists we are confident that we can inspire you, too.

We Promise

Competent and Innovative

We promise that our products and services will exceed your expectations. Our flower creations and floral arrangements are all made by hand to ensure its freshness and quality. When you work with us, we promise that our designs will be one-of-a-kind. We work with the best local florists to create the best arrangements for your special day. We promise that we innovate when it comes to floral designs.

Freshest Blooms Guaranteed

We promise all flowers to be fresh and new. We only offer the finest and freshest flowers from our local sources. Our shop has fresh roses, gerberas, lilies, carnations, sunflowers, chrysanthemums, freesias, and orchids.

We handle our flowers with care. With that, we promise that our flowers will come to you fresh and looking new. Our fresh blooms are guaranteed to last for a week. For a guide on how to lengthen the life of your flowers, we have our FLOWER MAGAZINE. Read and learn how to take care of flowers when you browse our magazine.

Passion For Flowers

Flower Academy

Magazine logo Being knowledgeable about flowers is a good thing. You may not be engaged in floriculture industry or a cut-flower industry, but having awareness about flowers is a great starting point for you to adore them. Reading helpful articles to learn about how flowers are grown and are being cared for. Read our flower magazine to gain a better understanding of the significance of flowers, not just to anyone but to the whole world. 
FLOWER MAGAZINE

Care Tips

Care Tips logo Every day, we can see beautiful flowers wherever we go. We can’t help but admire how beautiful these colourful petals bloom and how vibrant they look. Do you know how these magnificent blossoms are taken care of? Why is their beauty so bewitching? Read our flower care tips and let yourself be guided on how your cut flowers should be cared go to make them last longer.
CARE TIPS

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