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Florists in Allendale, SC

Find local Allendale, South Carolina florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Allendale 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.

Allendale Flower Shops

Bettie's Creations

1346 Barnwell Hwy
Allendale, SC 29810
(803) 584-4757

Butler's Florist

558 Wagner St
Allendale, SC 29810
(803) 584-2601

Allendale SC News

Dec 2, 2016

Pasadena Now » A Holiday Tradition: The Holiday Look In Home ...

Craftsman style home with the California Registry of Historical Resources. Seasonal décor is by Margit Holakoui. Allendale Road – Rose trees line a serpentine brick walkway leading up to this lovely Tudor Revival home. The home, which was originally built for Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Potter in 1924, is listed in the California Registry of Historical Resources, because of its fine design and state of preservation. The present owners worked with architect Davie Serrurier to remodel the kitchen, the back room and expand the dining room.The back patio encircles a sinuous Chinese Elm and opens out onto a lush yard, an inviting pool and a guest house, complete with high ceilings, a skylight and an intriguing loft. The back yard oasis and surrounding garden of the property includes oak leaf hydrangeas, lavender star flowers and foxgloves. Drew Domenghini decorated the home with floral festivities, with Patterson’s topiaries, pots and teas. Lomita Drive – This traditional architecture-colonial style home was originally built in 1937 for Morris Mill, the founder of Bamico Nursery, located where Armstrong Nursery stands today. As you enter the spacious living room, note the Portuguese needlepoint carpet, commissioned by the owners in 1970. The room includes by a variety of artwork, such as a collection of Tang dynasty ceramics, a stone, 17th century, Thai Buddhist torso and a clay Bayon period head, anchored by a beautiful grand piano in the corner. The dining room walls are wrapped in a panoramic scene of Kew Gardens, which was created by artist George Horton and makes you feel folded into a garden-surround. This machine-printed, wall covering was manufactured in 1920s England and perfectly complements the English dining table and chairs. These are just a few of the artifacts from a lifetime of travels lovingly collected by the owners and displayed throughout the home. This year’s contemporary creations are by Jacob Maarse. Bradford Street – This colonial-style home, built in 1931 by renowned architect Palmer Sabin, is a perfect example of early California design. Set in a park-like setting in the southwest district of Pasadena., the home incorporates many design details original to that period. As you enter the foyer, note the sweeping staircase and the large living room and dining room. To complement the time period, the house is decorated in a traditional, modern style with several eclec... (Pasadena Now)

Feb 2, 2016

Let the Good Times Roll this Mardi Gras at Applebee's® with French Quarter Favorites

Plus, Guests Celebrating Valentine’s Day to Receive a Discount to 1-800-Flowers ALLENDALE, NJ (January 20, 2016) – Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar® invite guests to celebrate Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day at its locations in New Jersey this winter. Transport your taste buds straight to Bourbon Street with a delicious food and drink pairing inspired by the Big-Easy. From January 25 – February 9, Applebee’s locations will feature its Bourbon Street Steak – a juicy, tender, 9 oz. steak jazzed up with Cajun spices for $17.99, paired perfectly with a 2oz pour of the restaurant’s selection of popular Bourbon Whiskeys including Michter’s, Maker’s Mark, Woodford Reserve and Bulleit, served straight up or on the rocks. In addition, guests have the option of topping the Bourbon Street Steak with one of the following flavorful extras: ·         Sautéed Garlic and Mushrooms ·         Grilled Onions ·         Shrimp N’ Parmesan Looking for a lovely spot to spend a night out in the Neighborhood this Valentine’s Day that is not outrageously priced? Guests who visit thei... (Pocono Business Journal)

Jan 8, 2016

Barry Keefe 1953-2016

WNIL while still in high school. He continued in radio at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan, and later worked for stations in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Cedar Rapids, Iowa. At WCLR (and later WTMX), he headed what at one time was a five-person news department. By the time he left, (“the curtain came down unexpectedly,” was the way he phrased it), Keefe was the news department. He also hosted numerous public-affairs programs, including the weekly “Insight.” He went on to teach sound engineering at Illinois Institute of Art from 2010 to 2014. Keefe is survived by his wife, Kathy, and sons Alex and Aidan. In lieu of flowers, donations to support Aidan’s education at Boston’s Berklee College of Music will be accepted by Taylor Schlichter at Charles Schwab & Co. at (847) 441-1908 or at Visitation will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Williams-Kampp Funeral Home, 430 East Roosevelt Road in Wheaton. A brief service will be held there at 3 p.m. Saturday. (Robert Feder (blog))

Jan 8, 2016

Des Plaines florist remembered for his charitable works for children

Foundation and Kirk School, both in Palatine; Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Park Ridge; Vista Health System and Kids Hope United in Waukegan; Allendale Association in Lake Villa; Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville; Nicasa in Round Lake; and food pantries at CEDA Northwest in Mount Prospect and at Wheeling Township in Arlington Heights. Harney got into the floral business during college. He worked his way through school by designing and delivering flowers for a Chicago florist. He opened his own shop in 1962; Harney named it Aberdeen's Wedding Flowers so it would be the first florist listed in the phone book. His love of flowers, especially international varieties, landed him jobs on high-profile weddings, including Michael Daley, son of Mayor Richard J. Daley, and Tricia Nixon's wedding in the White House. According to family members, Harney landed the wedding for Tiny Tim -- best known for his song "Tiptoe Through the Tulips" -- by ordering all the tulips available from the Holland Tulip Exchange before the wedding, which was set to air on NBC's "The Tonight Show." When NBC's florist couldn't get tulips, Harney's persistence convinced network officials to give him the job. He filled the studio with thousands of yellow and white tulips for the ceremony, and the ensuing publicity helped the business soar. But it was his final years of helping disadvantaged children that gave Harney the most pleasure. Harney talked about his annual mission to provide toys and joy to sick children in a 2012 Daily Herald interview. "Their stories are unbelievable," Harney said. "I'll remember some of these children forever." Services have been held. (Chicago Daily Herald)

Jan 8, 2016

High school hoops results from Jan. 7

Schroeder (Payton Lill 1). Kirsten Haggerty tallied 18 points and Franny Valenti added 15 points for Victor (11-1). Finger Lakes Romulus 40, Harley-Allendale Columbia 36 Romulus 9 13 7 11 — 40 Harley-Allendale Columbia 6 8 15 7 — 36 Romulus: Quincey Banks 2, Danielle Calabrese 8, Sadie Mapstone 12, Mary Ellen Querrie 14, Courtney Slack 2, Emma Voorhees 2. Harley-Allendale Columbia: Kate Bartlett 14, Alyssa Broberg 4, Adelaide Flood 7, Caroline Mealey 3, Jalen Nowden 6, Abby O’Brien 2. 3-Point Goals: Romulus (Danielle Calabrese 1, Mary Ellen Querrie 1), Harley-Allendale Columbia (Alyssa Broberg 1, Adelaide Flood 1, Caroline Mealey 1). Kate Bartlett had 14 points for H-AC (6-3). Wayne County Gananda 52, Lyons 30 Gananda 15 16 12 9 — 52 Lyons 10 7 10 3 — 30 Gananda: Melissa Camp 2, Samantha Crumb 15, Peyton Daessler 2, Kathleen Frauel 0, Rebecca Reeves 2, Bryanna Roos 0, Celine Smits 0, Channet Solheim 0, Camryn Vogt 11, Demetria Woodard 20. Lyons: Kelsey Arliss 0, Kayla Battle 1, Elizabeth Hollebrandt 0, Teonna Jenkins 7, Adrianna Kemp 7, Kierra Kemp 6, Kyara Smith 7, Isis Tarver 2. 3-Point Goals: Gananda (Samantha Crumb 3), Lyons (Kyara Smith 2). Demetria Woodard... (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)

Dec 30, 2015

Cherry Hill a cappella group ready to 'Pitch Slap' competition

Cherry Hill a cappella group Stay Tuned will go head-to-head with in-state rival The Voices, from Allendale on Lifetime's new reality docuseries "Pitch Slapped," set to debut Jan. 5 at 10 p.m. The show gives viewers an inside look at the competitive world of a cappella singing and offers a glimpse into the lives of the Cherry Hill teens as they prepare for competition. Lifetime gave the go-ahead to the new reality show in May. Members of Stay Tuned were given a chance to work with the world's best coaches and face off in weekly competition. The 21-member group, comprised of former and current Cherry Hill High School East students, formed in 2013 and has become one of New Jersey’s top high school a cappella groups. Other than school concerts, Stay Tuned performs at local synagogues and holiday events and has competed in the International Championship of High School A Cappella (ICHSA) where they came in second place behind The Voices. Senior Jack Tremper was surprised when producers asked the group to apply for the show. "Producers had to interview a lot of schools in the area and a lot listed us as their top competition. After submitting a video, they came out to watch us perform, do solos, and it went on from there" said Tremper. The rehearsal and filming schedule started in May and lasted into the summer, making it difficult for members to focus on their schoolwork. The schedule called for members to spend five to six hours a week after school, returning home sometimes after midnight and staying up later to finish their homework. UP NEXT03 ]]> Cherry Hill East a... (Cherry Hill Courier Post)