Virgin and Child Fresh Bouquet (Pink)

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The National Gallery and acclaimed florist Wild at Heart have launched a series of artistic flowers inspired by paintings in the National Gallery. Share the artistic experience of the National Gallery by giving a luxurious bouquet or floral arrangement.

Every bouquet is individually arranged using high quality seasonal blooms, making every bouquet unique and special. Orders placed before 2pm will be delivered anywhere in the UK within 48 hours.

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Virgin and Child Fresh Bouquet (Pink)

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Sassoferrato’s Renaissance-style painting of “The Virgin and Child Embracing” brings bold colours to a beautifully tender scene. This painting in The National Gallery has inspired Nikki Tibbles, the highly acclaimed florist who founded Wild at Heart, to create a series of bright bouquets that are particularly suitable for a new baby.

Using colours traditionally associated with baby girls, this arrangement of fresh flowers includes delicate dark pink ‘Pepito’ roses and the pale pink wax flower. The high quality is maintained by the packaging, which consists of parchment-like paper wrapped with a pink ribbon. Only the best flowers of the season are chosen, which means every bouquet is slightly different.

Your baby girl bouquet will be expertly assembled by one of the Wild at Heart team and is exclusive to The National Gallery shop. Flowers are available for delivery anywhere in the UK within 24 hours if you place your order before 2pm. As with all fresh flower arrangements, availability may be affected by a number of factors including seasonal variation. Full details are explained in our terms and conditions.

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