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Mountain Valley Florist
126 W Main St
Pilot Mountain
North Carolina
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(336) 368-5388
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Flowers and Gifts News

Dec 15, 2016

The Garden Plot

Take the kids and grandkids on a memorable Christmas adventure and the sights, smells and items in a country. Treat them to lunch at Cousin Gary’s in Pilot Mountain or Hungry Farmer in Cana, Virginia to top off the trip. The Most Unforgettable of Christmas Trees: As a twelve year old boy growing up in a northeastern North Carolina, I saw one of the most beautiful Christmas trees and it was not on Main Street or a huge department store or a rich person’s home or not even in a church, but in the living room of Patricia, a childhood sweetheart whose grown eyes resembled Christmas ornaments what made her family’s tree so extraordinary was that it was not a cedar, a pine or a spruce or a fir, but a fresh-cut American holly complete with red berries and thorny green shiny leaves. This tree, before any decorations and only cotton snow underneath, it was beautiful enough by itself. The tree was adorned with all bubble lights, round silver ornaments, silver roping, icicles and a star on the top. A tree like none other than my eyes has ever beheld. That tree is long gone but still very much burning in the windmill of my mind, and so are Patricia and her brown eyes that reflected that beautiful holly Christmas tree. Patricia is now a memory of childhood from the 1950’s. She passed away about five years ago of cancer, but the memory of that tree, the reflection of that tree glowing in her brown eyes and on her face is still very much alive at Christmas 2016. “T’was in the Moon of Wintertime”: The first full moon of wintertime will be rising in the eastern sky next Tuesday, December 13, 2016. This moon is named “Full Cold Moon” and as it rises it should shine its silver beams through the bare limbs of oaks and maples and we hope it shines down on fields that are glistening with snow. It should be a beautiful sight on a cold winter night. Take the time to gaze and enjoy. Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. comments powered by Disqusa href="https://blo... (The Stokes News)

Feb 3, 2016

Bridal fair serves rural couples

It’s stunning with a vintage, rustic feel and great views of Pilot Mountain and Hanging Rock,” said Boltz of the location. Luna’s Trail is a new venue in the area, opening in the past year. “I wanted to showcase what they have to offer,” said Boltz, mentioning the many sites on the property where a ceremony could be held, the overnight accommodations, and state of the art “Big Barn” facility for receptions. Brides had the opportunity to meet photographers, florists, and make-up artists. Artists Way Creations, of Danbury, was on site with samples of several flavors including their signature white wine wedding cake. Gowns from Bridal Destination, a Mount Airy bridal shop, were available to try-on. In addition to touring the venue and meeting the vendors, brides could be entered into a drawing for multiple door prizes. Caitlyn Gossett attended the fair as a wedding gown model for Bridal Destinations. After her boyfriend’s surprise proposal at the bridal fair, Gossett was in the perfect location to begin planning. Hannah Lawson, of Creative Designs Flowers and Gifts, explained her joy in meeting a bride for the first time. “It’s often the beginning of a long friendship; the relationship grows as they come back through the years for anniversaries, baby showers, and other life events.” Happy to be invited to the event, photographer Tonya Senter, of Captured Moments Photography, said, “we like to keep it local.” Speaking to more than a dozen brides in the first two hours, she explained that coming out to bridal fairs also allows the vendors to network, gaining new partnerships and referrals. Although this was her first bridal fair, Boltz, a wedding planner by trade, is not new to organizing large events. Since forming her own business she has assisted with about a dozen weddings. “I love seeing the brides excited, and finding solutions to put less stress on them,” said Boltz. Boltz explained that the fair was about bringing local vendors together to do something bigger than they could each do alone. “The focus is on local vendors, so the income comes back to thi... (Pilot Mountain News)


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