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Small Business Saturday 2015

Happy Saturday! I sincerely hope everyone out there had a wonderful Thanksgiving. I know I did! For us today really kicks off the season of holiday buying and it's starts with Small Business Saturday. Today has us offering 25% everything in the store and we offered a discount to our online shoppers as well.  Admittedly our holiday season tends to get stronger the closer the holiday comes with our strength being our ability to help our customers send holiday love at the last minute.   It's still fun for us to start decking the halls (although we don't formally decorate our shops until the first week of December) and we have lots of holiday themed house and giftwares available. The winter and Christmas themed holiday wreaths, centerpieces and poinsettia orders will start hot and heavy by Mid December too.   We've had a few browser in our Princeton and Yardley shops today and truthfully with most folks still shopping at the malls, we often pick up those people looking fo…

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Post Thanksgiving Day Recap in the Shop!

Have you met Tara? She works in our Yardley shop on Saturdays (she's student) and has been a great addition to our team. Today she helped out in the shop to assist our Thanksgiving Customers!
 Driver Donna is part time and such a wonderful team member. See that smile? She's always eager to help and always with a smile! Yesterday and Today she helped deliver smiles in Mercer, Middlesex and Lower Bucks Country.
Meet Jeff. Wonder what he does here at the shop? Well he is certainly very multifaceted ~ have you seen any of our online or printed graphics? If so, they were designed by Jeff. Have you ever gone into our Yardley shop on a Thursday or Friday? Yup, you've seen Jeff running the store, processing flowers and creating bouquets for customers. Or perhaps you have opened your door to his smiling face as he makes a deliver to you. See, we told you he was multifaceted!   The Dynamic Duo!! Alexis and Alanna ~ or should I say the A Team. Posing for me between helping customer…

Play Ball ~ A Baseball Themed Bar Mitzvah

I admit that I can take little credit for this fun/gorgeous party decor as Alanna was the Sales Associate who worked with the event planner and all flowers were created and set up by Event Designer Holly. This Bar Mitzvah at Greenacres Country Club was all about the color blue! The shocking blue hydrangea highlighted the white gerbera daisies, roses and carnations.
Half the tables were low styled designs in gold leaf wrapped cylinder vases which held the monogrammed table number. The kids tables each had a tall centerpiece that was create on top of huge cylinder vase filled with baseballs with a dome of blue and white flowers on top.  The floral designs had touches of silver foliage and silver brunia berries which really complimented the powder blue napkins. The overall view of the room was quite spectacular and it appears that a good time was had by all!  To see this event decor and others we have done be sure to check out our event website at www.mondaymorningballoons.com







Our Instagram Feed in October!

We've been having so much fun posting on Instagram and sharing our world here at the flower shop. Alanna has been doing a wonderful job and it's fun to take a look back at some of our favorite and popular posts from October.  A few highlights from Jennifer and Darren's wedding at the Westin hotel. We loved all the purple! This months design class was a fun time had by all - making spooky martini floral centerpieces! This photo was part of the "Instagram Takeover" with Princeton Online. Feel free to link here to see more of our design classes that are coming up!  We love the autumn shades with lots of rich reds in the designs we created for Jennifer and Jim's wedding at the Nassau Inn. October is a super busy month for balloon work like this balloon arch for the Leukemia and Lymphoma light the night walk in Morris Plains. This was a team of George and Alanna while Kevin built the same exact displays in Sewell and Long Branch. Now that's a lot of traveling…