WPC Spotlight Member | January

WPC Spotlight Member

 

Name     Pam Harman, WeddingEvent  Floral Designer   

Company Name      Uptowne Flowers & Gifts Shoppe    

Company Address   2145 West Dublin-Granville Rd.

                               Worthington, OH 43085            

                               (614) 889-1001

 

Company Website   Uptowneflowers.com

Social Media      Facebook  www.facebook.com/uptowneflowers/           

 

About Your Company (What Makes Your Company Unique or Special)                 

    Our family owned and operated floral shop has been serving central Ohio since 1961. It is now in the very talented hands of second generation floral artist, Cindy Spurrell, the daughter of founder, Margie Meyer. I have had the privilege of designing with this wonderful family as a floral artist since the 1980’s. We have created tailor-made wedding bouquets, table-scapes, and venue designs throughout the years making a bride and groom’s wedding bloom with memories,

 

    By staying on top of wedding trends, studying new design techniques, and incorporating our own artistic flair, we have been pleasing brides (and their moms) for over 55 years. Each bride has her own signature sense of style that we help her convey through floral artistry. We treat every bride as if she were our only daughter. We want her day to be one that she will fondly remember for the rest of her life. We are a full service floral design group that prides itself in exceeding the expectations of every couple we serve, while staying within their budget.               

    2 or 3 Tips or Recommendations For Brides

    1. Meet with Cindy, our Senior Wedding designer once you you’re your date, venue, and number of guests.

    2. Come to your initial consultation armed with pictures, ideas and your color scheme so we can collaborate with you, to personalize your wedding designs.

    3. Don’t be afraid to talk price. If you are open to creative suggestions, we can often stretch your budget.  (ie. using ceremony floral arrangements to decorate the reception)