Europe is the largest consumer of fresh flowers in the world, with Germany and the United Kingdom being the countries that import the most in the whole of the European Union. Their motivation is not always to give as a gift (although it is also a gift). Decorating the home and giving it a fresh and welcoming touch is a growing trend. In Madrid, homes in Barrio de Salamanca have another reason to do so thanks to the work carried out by the florist Blooms (Príncipe de Vergara, 1).
Specialists in events
The Blooms workshop is inspired by the traditional flower shops of London and its prestigious florist Marta Halastra at the head of the team works tirelessly to offer the best variety and quality, with an innovative concept. They specialise in events and bridal decorations, but no project is too big for them and they invite customers to challenge them. In a short time they have become a benchmark company in their sector, among other things because they receive flowers and plants from different parts of the world on a daily basis.
Much more than a flower business
The Blooms team also works with preserved flowers and creates floral compositions according to the need, always advising the client according to the occasion. From a dream wedding with the scent of a rose breeze to a magical event; from a farewell to an I love you, Blooms puts the touch that every situation needs with elegance and harmony.
Blooms and the Flower Market
Blooms is now a partner of Distrito 41 Barrio de Salamanca, but this florist has been very close to us for several years as an active protagonist and participant in the Flower Market that Distrito 41 organises with Vogue in spring and Christmas. It is one of the most eye-catching, involved and prominent brands in the whole of Calle Jorge Juan with its always impeccable stall and its professional team.