Florists in Suwanee, GA
Find local Suwanee, Georgia florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Suwanee 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.
Suwanee Flower Shops
602 Buford Hwy 23
Suwanee, GA 30024
Suwanee GA News
May 3, 2016
First funeral for UGA crash victims will be held Sunday
She was a helper and loved to serve others,” said her aunt, Wendy Crawford of Suwanee. “She was always looking out for other people. She was very sweet. She was more of an introvert, but a very good friend. … A very loyal, close friend.”
Visitation for Semeria is scheduled for 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday at Birmingham United Methodist in Milton. Her funeral will follow at 7 p.m. at the church.
Brittany Feldman, 20, of Alpharetta (top left); Kayla Canedo, 19, of Alpharetta (top center); Halle Scott, 19, of Dunwoody (bottom left); and Christina Semeria, 19, of Milton (bottom center) were killed in a Wednesday night crash in Athens. Agnes Kim, 21, of Snellville (far right) is in critical condition. (FACEBOOK PHOTOS)
Kayla Leigh Canedo, 19, of Alpharetta, and Brittany Katherine Feldman, 20, were childhood friends growing up together in Alpharetta. After many summers spent at YMCA Camp High Harbour, the two both went to UGA, where they were roommates their freshman year.
One funeral is planned for Canedo and Feldman, also killed in the crash on Ga. 15. The service for the best friends will be held Tuesday at 3 p.m. at North Point Community Church in Alpharetta.
Northside Chapel Funeral Directors and Crematory in Roswell is handling arrangements for all four women.
Read and sign the online guestbooks for the four students
... (Atlanta Journal Constitution)Feb 3, 2016
Among Great Days of Service, Suwanee florist delivers flowers to 500 Gwinnett seniors | PHOTOS
Saturday morning as part of a host of Great Days of Service service projects. This one came from Suwanee’s Floristique and its Flower Power Project. Overall, the florist on Saturday planned to deliver 500 arrangements of flowers to homebound seniors across Gwinnett. They also took flowers to the Lawrenceville Housing Authority, Applewood Towers and about 100 individual homes.
“When you take stuff to seniors, out of everyone we give to, you see the reaction,” said Daniel Tindol, owner of Floristique. “The biggest thing is how it brightens them up. Even with people who have family, they’re home and can’t get out.”
Before he left his store, Tindol said he was excited to see the reactions because for many, their only regular visitors are meal assistants.
Once he arrived at Gwinnett Extended Care Center, Tindol had a personal reaction after meeting Justice among other seniors.
“I got to two rooms, and I’m choked up in the bathroom,” he said.
Tindol and about 40 volunteers worked nearly around the clock for a week to prepare for the deliveries.
Several of those people loaded cars and vans Saturday morning, and Suwanee resident Eric Pulliam was among them. He also volunteered as part of Great Days on Friday with the Salvation Army to clear a garden area and revitalize flower beds.
“We’re kind of new to volunteering, so whatever way that we could help,” Pulliam said.
Pulliam shared a common refrain among the volunteers loading flowers. They hoped to see the seniors smile and to know that people care. They looked forward to seeing joy on their face.
Buford residents Gene and Katrina Roberts were among those volunteers because Katrina likes flo... (Gwinnettdailypost.com)Dec 30, 2015
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Great Days of Service — Flower delivery
Gwinnettdailypost.comGreat Days of Service — Flower deliveryGwinnettdailypost.comAs part of Great Days of Service, Floristique in Suwanee delivered flowers to 500 homebound seniors with an first-ever service project of this kind. Volunteers from Suwanee's Floristique and its Flower Power Project on Saturday planned to deliver 500 ...and more »... (Gwinnettdailypost.com)Oct 28, 2015
Among Great Days of Service, Suwanee florist delivers flowers to 500 Gwinnett ...
Saturday morning at Gwinnett Extended Care Center from a host of volunteers participating in the Gwinnett Great Days of Service. Suwanee’s Floristique and its Flower Power Project delivered 90 arrangements to the Gwinnett Extended Care Center among 500 homebound seniors across Gwinnett. (Staff Photo: Keith Farner)
LAWRENCEVILLE — There aren’t many days like the one Louise Justice experienced Saturday morning.
A 10-month resident of the Gwinnett Extended Care Center, Justice said she appreciated a special flowery delivery so much because she used to grow plenty of flowers herself. Justice previously spent time in the facility when her husband was a patient there.
“People don’t do it often, we have gotten them before, but not often,” Justice said. “I think it uplifts your spirits because I’m not expecting any company today … It sure is an uplifting thing.”
Justice was among 90 seniors who received an arrangement of flowers Saturday morning as part of a host of Great Days of Service service projects. This one came from Suwanee’s Floristique and its Flower Power Project. Overall, the florist on Saturday planned to deliver 500 arrangements of flowe... (Gwinnettdailypost.com)