The Beauty of Flowers, the Power of Hope

Blooms of Hope is a boutique floral studio that specializes in designs for events. Our philosophy is to celebrate the beauty and meaning of flowers and make them a part of the human experience. Whether you are hosting a dinner party, preparing for a corporate event, or planning an elaborate wedding, we work with you and your budget to make the occasion memorable.

Our services include: Custom floral design and custom print design.

Industry Recognition

We are very proud of our work and humbled by our clients’ amazing reviews of us, thank you!

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Making a Difference – We Donate 50% of Our Profits

Flowers are admired and appreciated across the globe. The beauty of a blossom – even the simplest, tiny flower – touches us, in part because its loveliness is fleeting. Flowers do not last forever, but at Blooms of Hope the impact of your floral artwork reaches far beyond the day itself. We donate 50% of our profits to charitable organizations. This means that your flowers are hard at work long after the blooms themselves have faded.

“The more for-profit business we do, the more we can give back to charities. Right now we have five local organizations that are our focus but we add new donations every year.”

Giving away half of the profits may seem like a questionable business model but profit wasn’t the motive behind our company’s launch. Blooms of Hope’s first seeds were sown in 2004 when Nicole began volunteering at Room to Grow, a Boston nonprofit that supports the development of young children born into poverty. In addition to volunteering her time, Nicole put her floral talents to use by creating arrangements to brighten the Room to Grow waiting area. Other volunteers began asking about Nicole’s floral services and she started getting asked to do flowers for dinner parties, baby showers, weddings and other events. In 2007, Blooms of Hope sprouted into existence, with a continued commitment to supporting nonprofits.

Donation Recipients

Additional Recipients

Faulkner Hospital Breast Cancer Center, The Ellie Fund, Multiple Sclerosis Society, Kitty Angels, Decibels Foundation, Children’s Glaucoma Foundation, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Varsity Fund, A Pot Full of Wishes, Vietnam Vascular Anomalies Center, Cambridge Youth Dance Program, Razia’s Ray of Hope, Families First, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Ron Burton Training Village, The Guild School, Chefs for the Cure (Susan G. Komen for the Cure event)