O’Banion’s wants to give you up to 40% off your wedding flowers

Statue in Glasgow
Photos: Calum Crichton

If you spotted the Duke of Wellington statue outside Glasgow’s Gallery of Modern Art in September sporting a rather colourful accessory, it’s down to new florist, O’Banion’s. Drawing its name from notorious 1920s American gangster Dean O’Banion, who had a huge penchant for flowers, the blossom enthusiasts bring a fresh take to big day bouquets and arrangements.

To celebrate its emergence on the scene, the Glasgow-based, green-fingered team has a stonking deal up its sleeve: book its services this year for a 2018 date and you’ll get up to 40% off wedding and event flowers! For those looking for bouquets only, savings of up to 20% are on the cutting table. With table centres from £20, and bridal bouquets from £50, it’s got last-minute lovers sorted.

Flower arrangement

Get a taste for what O’Banion’s has to offer by ordering a bouquet online. Why not ask your girls to be part of your bride tribe with a little gathering for £19? Bigger arrangements ring in at £50 and are truly out of this world.