The Oasis Flowers and Balloons flower shop is a fantastic shop in Bromsgrove. It offers valued flowers which are the perfect gift for any occasion. Our wide selection of bouquets, flower arrangements, and design are all available to you in a variety of choices. You’ll never run out of gifting choices with our flower combinations used to suit every event. Give those unique people in your life a couple of our flower bouquets.
a year ago
Fabulous arrangements from Oasis once again. Support your local florist!
We have recently used Oasis flowers for our wedding and cannot recommend them highly enough. Jan and Tina were marvellous from start to finish - we had a number of different events and they did a great job in creating bespoke floral masterpieces for them all. From the civil wedding floral bridal and flower girl bouquets and register table floral displays, to beautiful combined fruit and flower displays for our Haldi ceremony, and finally wonderful flower garlands for our Hindu wedding ceremony, everything has been delivered on time and with the highest finish.
a year ago
I have used Oasis flowers on numerous occasions, most recently for my fathers funeral wreath, which was a pillow. As usual a massive thank-you to Jan and Tina for such a wonderful white and red pillow, which stood out amongst the other funeral flowers. The entire customer service from start to end was fantastic.
Barnt Green’s Oasis Flowers and Balloons is a family-run company founded in 1997. We are proud to create a range of beautiful designs that suit every individual’s style, from traditional designs to more imaginative and daring arrangements. We also offer gift ideas for any occasion. We want our customers to experience a fun and relaxing vibe especially the brides who are searching for that little extra and a personalised design for their special day.
Thanks to our florists in Bromsgrove, you’ll never need to worry about timely delivery again. Oasis Flowers and Balloons still sees the needs of the consumer as a priority and we never compromise on quality. So you know our Bromsgrove florists’ flowers are going to be fantastic. Our Bromsgrove flower distribution works so well, thanks to our excellent contact network and our dedication to excellence.
Grounded with honesty, accountability, and simplicity, we create real moments of emotional engagement with our customers. We develop meaningful relationships with like-minded farmers and florists as we inspire them to succeed and reduce needless waste along the way.
Oasis Flowers & Balloons also provides a bespoke wedding service throughout Birmingham to create beautiful floral designs for your special day. Click here to browse for more wedding flowers.
Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any concerns or feedback on any aspect of our service. Our friendly team is here to help.
At Oasis Flowers & Balloons, our team of dedicated, artisanal florists believe we can provide the flowers, bouquets or arrangements required to suit any occasion. Naturally, we are passionate about our work, but we are also passionate about the history and natural beauty of the town and region we live in. We find constant inspiration in the scenery on our doorstep, and believe that if we share that history, not to mention a brief overview of our surrounding area, we can inspire others, too. Therefore, our florists want to share their inspirations and passions to ensure that potential customers understand us a little better.
Located in the county of Worcestershire, Bromsgrove is a town with a population of approximately 30,000 and is the main town of the larger Bromsgrove district. The first documentation of the town was in the early 9th century, and during the Anglo-Saxon period the area had a woodland economy with the main occupations being hunting and pig farming. In the Middle-Ages it was a small market town and the centre of the wool and cloth trade. By the 18th and 19th centuries it was renowned for nail making. The town was also home to the Bromsgrove Guild for Applied Arts from 1898-1966. This company of master craftsmen made many fine works of ironwork and sculpture, including the gates of Buckingham Palace, the stature adorning the Fortune Theatre in Drury lane, the lifts on the Lusitania and the Liver Birds on the Royal Liver Building.
Despite the close links of the town to industry, the area is largely a rural one and this remains the case today. There are a large number of nature reserves in the surrounding area, not to mention numerous parks and gardens in Bromsgrove itself. Chaddesley Woods Nature Reserve is one of the most important natural sites in the area. It is thought that parts of the site have been wooded since the last Ice Age, 6-10.000 years ago, and the presence of flowers such as yellow archangel, herb paris and dogs mercury are indicators of ancient woodland. The ancient woodland dominates the eastern part of the reserve and is predominantly mature oak. The rare shrub species Midland hawthorn thrives here and can be identified by the two seeds contained in its berries as opposed to the normal one. The flowers and berries amongst the scrub attract numerous pollinators and invertebrates which in turn attract various bird species. The western part of the reserve is mostly planted woodland, although the conifers are gradually being removed to allow the reintroduction of native hardwoods that will attract summer migratory birds.
The premier bird watching site in the county is undoubtedly The Cristopher Cadbury Wetland Reserve at Upton Warren. Due to past underground brine extraction there is a collection of salt water pools, known as the Flashes, in the southern part of the reserve. The salt-tolerant and salt-dependent flowers and plants in this rare inland saltmarsh are home to a variety of insects which in turn attract rare species of wader such as Wilson’s phalarope, Temminck’s stint and black-winged stilt. To the north of the reserve are a series of freshwater pools, whose flowers and plants attract a different, yet abundant, variety of wildfowl and provide a breeding ground for common tern, oystercatcher and redshank.
Lickey Hills Country Park can provide inspiration for amateur and professional florists alike, being home to over 380 species of wildflowers and plants, and are a great reminder that diversity is imperative in maintaining a thriving natural area. The mosses and ferns here, not to mention the abundant bilberry bushes, provide habitat for various insects which together with butterflies and bees provide the staple diet for the larger wildlife found here.
It is no surprise that our team of artisanal florists find inspiration in their surroundings! We believe that we are the florists with the creativity, knowledge and experience to deliver your floral needs, whatever they may be. Oasis Flowers & Balloons also provide a one day delivery service so you will never be caught short.