Florists in Carrollton, MO
Find local Carrollton, Missouri florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Carrollton 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.
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Jul 5, 2019
Exotic flowers, burlap, and mini disco balls: How Sara Perez-Ekanger built a floral design company - The Advocate
Starbucks coffee shop for a bit, but the real architects of her future were around the corner from the apartment they rented: Carrollton Flower Market and then-proprietor Lisa Rogers. Perez-Ekanger (jokingly at first) mentioned to her husband how much fun it would be to work in a flower shop.“He literally pushed me through the doors,” she says. She was hired, and “the owner, Lisa, took me under her wing, teaching me a lot of things about aesthetics.”As Perez-Ekanger’s skills evolved, Rogers encouraged her to “keep practicing and owning it,” and Perez-Ekanger began freelancing as a floral designer for venues around the city, including Stella Plantation. After three years of working for other businesses, the plan to open Antigua Floral + Styling took shape. The company turned three in February, quickly surpassing its humble beginnings in the living room of the Ekangers’ one-bedroom apartment. Now, she and her team have a dedicated studio space in Gert Town.“At one point, I couldn’t take more business because of how small the studio was,” she says. Now, she and her team can travel for special events. They’ve been flown as far as Key West, Florida to design and style a wedding for a client.
Poets-for-hire Lecco Morris and Daniel Shkolnik, decked out in vintage clothing and toting old-fashioned typewriters, are bringing Bohemian fl…
“It was an incredible opportunity,” she says. “It was cool to represent [a class of creatives] from New Orleans.”Just as her work space evolves, so does her design aesthetic. The most-viewed photos of her work feature exotic tropical flowers, such as proteas and anemones, and vibrant colors, such as coral and fuchsia, but Perez-Ekanger likes to think of those designs as a “branchin... Mar 29, 2019
Caretaker Finds Body Of Infant Inside Flower Pot At Cemetery In Carrollton - CBS Dallas / Fort Worth
CARROLLTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The body of an infant was found inside a flower pot at a cemetery in Carrollton by a caretaker on March 11.
According to police, a caretaker at Perry Cemetery emptied a flower pot that was “out of place” and found the body under soil inside the pot.
The medical examiner determined that the infant was a girl and was 34 weeks to full term. She weighed six pounds and still had the umbilical cord attached to her.
So far they have not determined if the child was stillborn or not.
“We are awaiting further test results to determine whether she was born alive,” Carrollton police spokeswoman Jolene DeVito said in a news release Wednesday.
Investigators say the flower pot may have been placed inside the cemetery between Wednesday, Feb. 27 and Saturday, March 2.
Police say it appears someone was trying to craft a burial spot by putting the body in the pot and placing flowers inside.
“It would seem that whoever placed the baby’s body there also put the flowers, we... Nov 17, 2017
Irma Elizabeth Barrentine Flowers
Ethel Catherine Shelton Barrentine and brother, Thomas A Barrentine Jr. She is survived by her two sons, Thomas W. Flowers and wife Frances of Carrollton and Steven L. Flowers of Prentiss; daughter, Carolyn F. Le Brun of Hernando; five grandchildren, Angela Shaw and husband Walter of Carroll County, Melody Rideout and husband Alan of Fair Grove, Mo., Kenneth Le Brun and wife Tina of Reichenbach-Steegen, Germany, Patrick LeBrun and wife Krista of Brandon, Bella Flowers of Soso; and tengreat-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Marvin Inman, Walter “Stump” Shaw, Alan Rideout, Paul Flowers, Patrick LeBrun, and Brad LeBrun. Our family would like to take this opportunity to thank the nursing care personnel and employees of Desoto Healthcare Center in Southaven for the loving care they always extended to our mother and grandmother during her time there. No one could hope for better, and you have our sincere gratitude. An online guestbook may be signed at www.wilsonandknight.com. (DeSoto Times-Tribune)Aug 10, 2017
Garden Club bringing floral aspect to art displays
The display will be held Aug. 17-19 in the Carroll County Arts Center in Carrollton.The Suburban Garden Club does several other community outreach projects annually. They plant and tend flowerbeds at the Carrollton Safety Building, Kiddie Land Park and on S. Lisbon St. beside the McCook House Civil War Museum.Club members send birthday cards and flowers to residents at the Carroll Golden Age Retreat on Kensington Rd. The club donated bouquets for the Carroll County Fair Royalty and Carrollton High School Homecoming Queen.They make and decorate a themed tree for the McCook House Christmas Open House, hang holiday wreaths on village street sign posts and donate to Community Christmas and Coats for Kids.The Suburban Garden Club was instrumental in placing and landscaping a Blue Star Memorial marker honoring members of the Armed Forces who have served, are serving or will serve. The Blue Star marker is located at the south end of Public Square and is part of a national project of garden clubs across the United States. (The Free Press Standard)Jun 8, 2017
Flower arrangement tips and trends for summer brides
No longer the much-maligned floral filler of the 1970s, baby's breath is trending in a new way. The idea, according to Barbie L'Hoste of Carrollton Flower Market, is to use it as a "star attraction," not a supporting act. "When it's done tastefully and used in quantity," she says, "it can have a presence — and it's economical."Have your flowers and wear them, tooL'Hoste says some brides choose a wrist corsage, a flower ring or flowers in their hair rather than carrying a bouquet, leaving their hands free to dance the night away.Get personalSonnier and other florists can help brides think of ways to add a unique, personal touch to a ceremony. Sonnier has attached a photo charm to a bouquet and created a special memorial table with a flower arrangement and a candle for a deceased loved one.Procrastinate notDIY florals can save money, but they need not look like you scrimped on them. Order ahead (most florists have cash-and-carry flowers) so you have the variety you want and the quantity you need. Make sure you have time to compose your arrangements without a last-minute scramble. Note for the novice: Carrollton Flower Market offers
a Wine and Arranging Night
to teach useful tricks, such
as how to keep flowers in place and how to create a pleasing composition.Give it a goIf different and unique are your goals, experiment. There is one caveat: Do it with plenty of lead time. Rather than duplicating what you see in magazines or on the internet, L'Hoste suggests using those images as a springboard for thinking outside the box.Ask the expertsThe internet and overnight shipping from all over the world have made it possible to achieve almost any look. Villere says florists can send pictures of what you're looking for to suppliers, which in turn can send photos of things they are growing. However, he recommends using common sense: Don't have exotic tropicals shipped in the dead of winter or order anything sight unseen. Ask your florist for advice if you are unsure.Do "you"With individuality trending in all aspects
of weddings, there's plenty of room to
be creative, so look for inspiration in
unlikely places. "If it's been on Pinterest, it's been done before," says Sonnier,
who recommends alternative sources
of ideas, like old books. L'Hoste says florists can tell customers what's making news in the trade. The rule of thumb: "Do what you like," says Sonnier. "Do what makes you happy."...Mar 2, 2017
Heart of Stark: Akron Canton NSME to honor Dan Flowers, David Baker
Canton NSME (National Sales and Marketing Executives) on Tuesday evening! They both have made a tremendous impact in our community.• Students in Carrollton Exempted Village Schools' after-school robotics program are using Mercy Medical Center as their incubator to dream up new ideas for improving robotic surgery technology, while media arts students at Alliance High School are teaming up with Alliance merchants to create commercials for local businesses. Connecting students to area companies allows them to put their talents to work in a real-life setting while learning more about Stark County.• Thanks to the generosity of our community, nearly 15 underprivileged fifth-graders will have the opportunity to explore our nation's capital this May with the Massillon Police Department.Stark Community Foundation is the community’s trusted partner in giving to over 700 individuals,families, businesses and nonprofits that have created charitable funds to impact the lives of others through the most effective philanthropy possible. The Foundation and its family of donors have granted more than $145 million to nonprofits since 1963. Learn more at www.starkcf.org. (Canton Repository)