Retail is GONE!

Mother's Day weekend was a big one! Not only was it my first Mother's Day and my first big week back at work after bringing home our beautiful baby boy, but it also was the moment a lot of you discovered the new direction we are taking this year! After hearing request after request after request to host more workshops, we decided this is the year to take the plunge.  If you were in the shop Mother's Day weekend, you saw something very different than you're used to. 

The retail is GONE! 

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Instead of a retail store with gifts and home decor, we are now offering a space to gather and create! After teaching workshops in the off season, I've found a love for teaching, and I've seen a desire to learn throughout the community! The more I teach, the more I realize THIS (along with arranging flowers) is where my passion lies. 

All this change also means a few things are different in the shop. We are no longer keeping regular retail hours, rather using our space here as a studio to do what we love most - arrange flowers! We still offer deliveries around the county as well as special orders, and are available in-shop by appointment. Even better, we can now offer flower subscriptions year round for those of you who love fresh bouquets each week! To order, just call 920-853-4288 or email With flower workshops, flower subscriptions, flower deliveries, and wedding flowers we are bringing more flowers to Door County than ever before! So thankful to all of you for the opportunity to grow, and blossoms into something new (pun intended!)                                                                  XO - Jackie 

PS - be sure to mark your calendars with the dates below! 


Confession time: I'm a sap.

It's Wednesday! That beautiful transition day when the week before is finally wrapped up and put away, and the new weekend is quickly approaching. It's a day that is rushed and full of prep for the next couple ahead. Usually it's full of work that drones on, and that is way too easy to put off. 

On really lucky Wednesdays, like today, it's a day when an email comes with pictures! When these kinds of Wednesdays roll around, I get to indulge a little in day dreaming of a love story that I was a small part of. One of my very favorite things is to flip through pictures and finding the really tender moments. The moments when it really isn't about the seating chart or what's for dinner. When it's not about the weather, or even the flowers. For everyone (at least I hope), there is a moment when all of those details slip away. Instead, it's about all of the moments that happened to get you to this very spot. Often these moments are little treasures that we keep as a memories just for ourselves.


When I'm arranging I have a few of these little moments I keep just for myself, too. Making the bridal bouquet is all too special to me. It's always a routine; I wait until I'm the only one left in the store, I crank cheesy love songs, and I think of the bride who will carry the bouquet I am making down the aisle to her husband (I know! I'm a sap). It's a really special thing to me, and it doesn't matter if it's two A.M. or five P.M.  It's what I do every single time. 

In the rushed, and even in the slow moments of life, it's far too easy to cheat ourselves of these little things we hold dear. So instead take moments to linger a little longer. Leave the laundry. Have an extra cup of coffee on the porch. Sneak off for a moment of quiet with your new husband, even though the guests are waiting. Most importantly take time to savor the moments that will get you through. The ones that make you smile when you're tired, and cranky, and there isn't enough coffee in the world. 



//Vendor Love//

Photography: Generations Photography

Bridal Gown: Miss Ruby Boutique

Bridal Jewelry: Champagne + Glitter 

Hair/Makeup: Tangled Hair Salon

Venue: Woodwalk Gallery

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