flowers + reading
Stacey K Ercan, owner of Stacy K Floral in Rochester, New York joins us to talk all things retail floristry in Ep. 116. She shares the details of the expansion of her flower shop, which now includes a collaborative space complete with a coffee counter and a selection of gifts. Her offerings have blossomed to encompass everyday arrangements, plants, subscription services, a la carte weddings, and even styling projects for business clients. She’s also embraced the trend of faux and everlasting floral arrangements, showcasing her adaptability and creative vision. If you’re a retail florist, you don’t want to miss this insightful conversation!
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