1 hr 1 min

Kelly Shore (Petals by the Shore & The Floral Source‪)‬ Botanical Brouhaha Podcast

    • Design

Today we’re visiting with Kelly Shore, owner of Petals by the Shore and The Floral Source in Damascus, Maryland. Kelly is a dedicated advocate for American grown flowers. Join us as we talk about:
why she set and later raised a minimum spend for her wedding/event clients the importance of setting boundaries in business the trip to Alaska that impacted her and led to a new business venture how her clients have helped guide her business path the relationship that ignited her passion for local grown flowers the two projects she conducted to test her local grown business model learning to design by palette rather than specific flower variety  running a local-grown wedding and event floral business the challenges and rewards of sourcing locally how she curates boxes of American Grown flowers to drop ship to designers the advantage of ordering local flowers for floral stem bars and pop up shops understanding the higher price of local grown flowers LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 83: Bed of Roses (movie) Maxit Flower Design AIFD Chapel Designers Holly Chapple Michael's Panera Bread Dave Dowling Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers (ASCFG) Ocean View Flowers LEARN MORE HERE:
Petals by the Shore: Website | Instagram | Facebook
The Floral Source: Website | Instagram | Facebook
The Botanical Brouhaha Podcast is brought to you by: BLOOM TRUST CO. A curated collection of floral resources you can trust.  Click here to learn more. Co-Hosts: Amy McGee (Botanical Brouhaha) and Maggie Bailey (Bramble & Bee)
BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Grayson McGee
Music & Voiceovers: Landon McGee

Today we’re visiting with Kelly Shore, owner of Petals by the Shore and The Floral Source in Damascus, Maryland. Kelly is a dedicated advocate for American grown flowers. Join us as we talk about:
why she set and later raised a minimum spend for her wedding/event clients the importance of setting boundaries in business the trip to Alaska that impacted her and led to a new business venture how her clients have helped guide her business path the relationship that ignited her passion for local grown flowers the two projects she conducted to test her local grown business model learning to design by palette rather than specific flower variety  running a local-grown wedding and event floral business the challenges and rewards of sourcing locally how she curates boxes of American Grown flowers to drop ship to designers the advantage of ordering local flowers for floral stem bars and pop up shops understanding the higher price of local grown flowers LINKS MENTIONED IN EPISODE 83: Bed of Roses (movie) Maxit Flower Design AIFD Chapel Designers Holly Chapple Michael's Panera Bread Dave Dowling Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers (ASCFG) Ocean View Flowers LEARN MORE HERE:
Petals by the Shore: Website | Instagram | Facebook
The Floral Source: Website | Instagram | Facebook
The Botanical Brouhaha Podcast is brought to you by: BLOOM TRUST CO. A curated collection of floral resources you can trust.  Click here to learn more. Co-Hosts: Amy McGee (Botanical Brouhaha) and Maggie Bailey (Bramble & Bee)
BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Grayson McGee
Music & Voiceovers: Landon McGee

1 hr 1 min