Blooms of Hope, a boutique floral studio owned by Nicole Pirani, recently relocated from a home studio to a spacious new showroom/workshop. The move was prompted by the need to accommodate a larger staff and newer ventures, including custom paper products, seasonal sales and floral design classes.
The more efficient space will also allow the team to expand its current floral design services. Since 2007, Blooms of Hope has donated ~$200,000 in floral designs and ~$15,000 in cash to various organizations. The organization hopes that its expansion will allow it to contribute additional charitable donations.
The group is also pleased to have been voted part of The Knot’s “Best of Weddings 2014″ list. This year’s award was Blooms of Hope’s 4th consecutive one, and resulted in its induction in to The Knot’s “Best of Weddings” Hall of Fame.
About Blooms of Hope
Blooms of Hope is a boutique floral studio that creates personalized floral arrangements with artistry, experience, and passionate attention to detail. Its first seeds were sown in 2004 when Nicole Pirani began volunteering at Room to Grow, a Boston non-profit 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 her floral services and urged her to start a business. Blooms of Hope sprouted into existence in 2007, with a continued commitment to supporting non-profits. The company has designed, created and delivered flowers for over 200 weddings throughout the New England area and was voted “Best Wedding Florist” in 2011 by The Improper Bostonian.