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Five Ways to Build Your Sympathy Floral Business

Flowers can both comfort and express emotions that people can’t easily state during these times of grief. That’s why sympathy flowers are an essential part of your floral business. However, you need to ensure you have the right things in place to build a sympathy...

Business at Eagle Rock and Silver Lake flower shops continue to bloom amid pandemic

A New Year – A New Hope? Brenda Rees, Biz Buzz Editor shares Florists stories of hope for 2021.

The Mini Man’s bike is crafted by florist Shelley for the funeral of Kilgetty open-air dweller Henry

Florist Shelley Webb, of Flowers by Shelley – New Hedges, created a floral tribute that is being acclaimed as a ‘fitting’ and ‘beautiful’ expression of sympathy. Fearing there may not be flowers on his coffin, she decided to depict Henry’s bike laden with carrier bags and a bottle of orange pop, on a meadow of flowers, stating it was the least she could do. Read more here…

Brady Street Florist transitioning with the times

Brady Street Florist Owner Jennifer Jackson, who has been creating flower arrangements in DuBois for just about any occasion for nearly 35 years, says despite the hardships of 2020, it has been a “blessing in disguise.” Read more…

The Mini Man’s bike is crafted by florist Shelley for the funeral of Kilgetty open-air dweller Henry

The Mini Man’s bike is crafted by florist Shelley for the funeral of Kilgetty open-air dweller Henry

Florist Shelley Webb, of Flowers by Shelley – New Hedges, created a floral tribute that is being acclaimed as a ‘fitting’ and ‘beautiful’ expression of sympathy. Fearing there may not be flowers on his coffin, she decided to depict Henry’s bike laden with carrier bags and a bottle of orange pop, on a meadow of flowers, stating it was the least she could do. Read more here…

Allowing Grief to Blossom

Allowing Grief to Blossom

Kristina Libby had studied incidents of mass trauma and how they impacted communities. She noted that for devastating events such as 9/11, the city mourned together in tangible ways, but for COVID deaths, no one was properly grieving…

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