Wedding Bouquets


Wedding bouquets vary in price based upon the type of flowers, style, and complexity of the bouquet.

The summer is winding down and some of those great late summer flowers are available - liatris, sunflowers, feverfew, Queen Anne's lace, lilies and delphinium. Time to enjoy a spirit lifting bouquet!

St. Patrick's Day is a bright Spot in Mud Season

In New England, March can be the end of winter and the beginning of mud season...or just more winter. Either way, nothing beats the winter/mud season "blues" better than fresh flowers to remind us of the coming spring. After Valentine's Day, the n...

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The holidays are over and wedding booking season has arrived! The dates are booking fast and this year there is a real trend towards spring weddings which I haven't seen since the 1990's. For the past decade or two, fall weddings have been in vogue, but this year, the May wedding is back! The co...

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It's the week before Christmas and all through the shop, the florists are creating designs that are over the top. The stockings are hung by the chimney with hooks, along with the wood crafts and local author books. The children are packing fresh arrangements for their ride, while Mom and Dad arr...

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Thanksgiving is almost upon us! The official start of the holiday season and a great time to spend time with family and friends enjoying good food, parades, football and fresh flowers! The Thanksgiving centerpiece adds color to the family table and looks good for days after the food is gone. Flow...

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Fall is the busiest time of year for weddings. In New Hampshire, barn weddings and rustic styles are still very popular among most brides. Hand-tied bouquets that can double as centerpieces are both beautiful and economical. Lanterns in all shapes and sizes are popular for both decor on the bar o...

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Memorial Day is a day for remembering those who have gone before us. In the Northeast, we used to call it Decoration Day because families would go to the graveyards to decorate the graves of family and friends with plants and flowers. The graveyards were beautiful - filled with blooming plants an...

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Mother's Day is Sunday, May 13th this year. Marshall's Florist will be open all weekend for those who want to honor their mothers with flowers. I know my mother and my grandmother have been two of the most influential women in my lives. My grandmother will be 98 this year. She and my grandfather ...

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3 weeks ago
I work at a local funeral home who has been doing business with Marshall's for years. They are always punctual with deliveries, provide beautiful arrangements and have excellent customer service. Highly recommended
- Erica R
2 weeks ago
A last minute delivery gone perfectly! He loved them absolutely and it was definitely a surprise 🌻❤️
- ceirra g
6 months ago
I have dealt with Lorrie for all my bouquet requests for almost 4 years now and I couldn’t be happier. I live in NY and my parents are in the national cemetery. Lorrie always remembers me when I call and I always know the arrangements will be beautiful and delivered on time. It gives me piece of mind and she is a pure delight to talk too. Thank you again for everything you do
- L B

When the ordinary isn't suitable...

Founded by horticulturist Sumner Marshall in the 1950's, the third and fourth generation carry on the family tradition today under the leadership of Lorrie Carey in a restored red 1700's colonial on Routes 3 & 4 in Boscawen. Locally made products, custom floral designs and outstanding customer service.

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151 King St
Boscawen, NH 03303
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