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Florists in Windsor, CO

Find local Windsor, Colorado florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Windsor and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Windsor Flower Shops

King Soopers #104

1520 Main St
Windsor, CO 80550
(970) 674-2830

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Oct 15, 2020

Passion for flowers in every form - Hawkesbury Gazette

Some of their flowers come from Bilpin and the candles they stock are from a company in South Windsor. Donna said Richmond Kurrajong Florist was focused on turning their customer's vision into reality. "We go out of our way to keep our customers happy because we love what we do," she said Donna said her and her staff will always take the time to chat with their customers. "Being able to build relationships with our customers is a benefit of working in the community," she said. "We are there for all the milestones which are incredibly special to us." Donna said one particular customer is an "elderly gentleman who loves his flowering plants" and calls to let them know what he's after. "We deliver them to his house as he can no longer drive and we may even drop his newspaper off to him." Details: phone 4578 2094 or visit, SPOILED FOR CHOICE: The florist in Richmond stocks a huge range of fresh, artificial and preserved blooms for every occasion.If Donna Pellew had her way everyone would be surrounded by flowers every day.The owner of Richmond Kurrajong Florist says she believes in flowers "for every occasion and for no occasion at all"."There should be flowers everywhere and always," she said.Very much a part of the community, the shop has been operating in Richmond for 40 years. Donna was employed by the previous owners 23 years ago and took over the business in April 2019. A fully qualified and highly experienced florist she also has an Associate Diploma in Horticulture.The shop offers fresh flower bouquets and arrangements and caters for weddings, funerals, corporate and special events. They also stock artificial flowers and plants and have a large range of preserved flowers which, says Donna, are "very on trend at the moment".Both Richmond Kurrajong Florist and sister company, Unique Floral and Events, look after several local businesses such as The Crowne Plaza Hawkesbury Valley and Chapel Hill Retreat in Berambing. As Hawkesbury residents they are proud to support the region and buy local as often as they can. Some of their flowers come from Bilpin and the candles th...

Feb 1, 2020

8 Best Florists for the Dreamiest Wedding Flowers in London -

London. After all, who can forget that glorious floral archway decorating the façade of St George’s Chapel in Windsor?Craddock and her team have also worked with the likes of Dior,, the Victoria & Albert Museum, resulting in her being dubbed the ‘Audrey Hepburn of florists’ by Elizabeth Young, head of events at Historical Royal Palaces. Better yet, Craddock avoids using florist foam (a non-biodegradable plastic product often used in floristry) and works with local growers and, when sourcing flowers overseas, her team ensures the flora comes from fair-trade farms. Florists with conscious – what more could you want? Imperial Studios3/11 Imperial RoadLondonSW6 2AGClick here to find out more. 4 Jam Jar Flowers This adorable florists is entering its 11th year, after being founded by former model agency owner Melissa Richardson (née Alexander) around her kitchen table with collections of wildflowers from the Sussex woods. At first, the floral decorations were made up in jam jars (hence the name) but have grown into 6,000 hanging decorations at the likes of Sketch in Mayfair and giant mythical creatures created out of dried flowers.When it comes to wedding flowers, Jam Jar Flowers work with seasonal flowers and foliage in arrangements including antique vases, cut glass and jam jars (o...

Nov 9, 2019

Longtime Princeton area public servant Janet Pellichero dies at 54 - Planet Princeton

Janet Pellichero. File photo. Janet Pellichero, a recycling coordinator for West Windsor Township who previously worked in the public works department in Princeton for more than two decades, died unexpectedly Monday at the Princeton Medical Center in Plainsboro. She was 54. Born in Perth Amboy, she grew up in Princeton Junction and had lived in Hamilton for the past 26 years. Janet loved going to flea markets, shopping for antiques, and gardening. She also looked forward to trips to the beach with her husband. Her loved ones will recall her as a devoted wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt and friend to many. Daughter of the late Joseph Lahovich, Janet is survived by her mother and step-father Victoria (Martinko) Baskin (Philip); her step-mother B.J. Lahovich; her loving husband of 33 years John Pellichero; her three sons Nicholas, Benjamin and Zachary Pellichero; her three brothers Joseph Lahovich, Stephen Lahovich and Andrew Lahovich (Elysa); two brothers-in-law James Pellichero (Patti) and Michael Pellichero (Pamela); Edna Walton and the Walton fa...

Mar 29, 2019

Royal Wedding Flowers: the Kent brides - Royal Central

Signed photograph, Public Domain, Wiki Commons Lady Gabriella Windsor marries Thomas Kingston in May this year, becoming the latest in the current crop of royal brides. And as with all weddings with a regal hint, interest is already building over every aspect of the bridal party. From dress to tiara, what Ella (as her friends and family call her) will wear on her big day is causing plenty of excitement. Her bridal bouquet will also be pored over so as we wait to find out her picks, here’s a look back at the floral choices made by some of the House of Kent’s other royal women. Princess Marina, November 1934 Embed from Getty Images Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent’s huge wedding bouquet, carried to her marriage at Westminster Abbey on November 29th 1934, was dominated by lilies. Interest in this royal wedding was huge with the team responsible for growing the flowers photographed by newspapers beforehand. Katharine Worsley, York, 1961 Embed from Getty Images Katharine Worsley was the first royal bride at York Minster in over 600 years so when she wed Edward, Duke of Kent there on June 8th 1961 she carried a bouquet featuring the city’s famous flower. The new Duchess of Kent, who was born and raised at Hovingham Hall in Yorkshire, chose a posy full of the white rose of her home county. Her bridesmaids also carried arrangements of roses with rosebuds in their hair. And just to make this an even more perfect choice, in the language of flowers so beloved by Queen Victoria...

Oct 12, 2018

Which flowers will Princess Eugenie choose for her wedding bouquet?

Here's everything we know about Eugenie's flowers. Getty - Pool Princess Eugenie will marry Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle on Friday Which flowers will Princess Eugenie choose for her wedding bouquet? Princess Eugenie's bouquet will reportedly be crafted by celebrity florist Rob van Helden. It's expected to feature York white roses, father Prince Andrew's favourite gardenias, lily of the valley and a sprig of ivy, to represent the couple's marital home. Eugenie and fiancé Jack Brooksbank live in Ivy Cottage, in the grounds of Kensington Palace. It's also custom for royal brides' bouquets to include a sprig of myrtle. AP:Associated Press Meghan Markle's bouquet included myrtle Before Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding in May, the Royal Family tweeted: "Many royal brides across the generations have chosen to carry a sprig of myrtle, which represents love, in their bouquets. "This tradition dates back to the wedding of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's eldest daughter." Eugenie's mother Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York followed the tradition for her wedding in 1986. She carried a relatively small bouquet, made up of myrtle, gardenias, lilies and lily of the valley. Fergie also wore flowers in her hair. Will Eugenie do the...

Oct 12, 2018

Wedding flowers bring colours and scent of autumn into church

Stunning floral displays evoking the look and feel of an autumnal scene have been created for the royal wedding venue. St George's Chapel in Windsor is filled with the smell of roses and other blooms used by floral designer Rob Van Helden to bring the season into the church. The steps leading up to the chapel's west door, where Princess Eugenie will arrive, are lined by a cascading display of roses, spray roses, hydrangeas, dahlias and berries. The flowers cascade around each entrance to the chapel (Matt Crossick/PA) The flora has a backdrop of Liquid Amber trees, giving the feel of a wooden glade soon to fall dormant when winter arrives. Inside the chapel, the seating in the nave faces the aisle – unlike the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's wedding where guests faced forwards. More red, pink and purple blooms have been arranged either side of the organ screen entrance that leads from the nave into the quire where the wedding service will take place. The last few metres of the central aisle leading up to the altar are also lined with more flowers, bringing the scent of blooms to the heart of the ceremo...