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Trinity's Florals


54 Prince St, Sydney, NS

902-549-4123


Overview

Private floral studio
Unstructured designs reflecting nature
?4th generation florist
?Weddings, events, and funerals
?special orders

Flowers have been in my family for generations.  I am a 4th generation florist and love every second of this industry.  We strive to create your dream wedding or special event through the use of beautiful floral.

We are always open to new ideas and love coming up with new and exciting ways to use the medium of choice….flowers.  Our work has been featured on blogs such as “Styled in Lace” and “Wedding Obsession” as well as in “Wedding and Bride” magazine.

We also have an Etsy store where we sell artificial floral crowns and headpieces (WeddingsBy Trinity).  You can also check us out on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Open Thursday-Friday: 11:00am-4:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am-3:00pm

Trinity’s Florals official studio is located at 7 Convent St., (black spoon b and b) North Sydney.

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