TJ

Author's details

Name: TJ Nigro
Date registered: December 2, 2009
URL: http://www.villagegardens.com

Biography

Village Gardens was established in 1984 in Blue Springs, MO. Village Gardens is a local, family owned and operated business. We are a full service florist specializing in weddings, events, funerals and fresh flowers for any occasion. We deliver to all Kansas City Metro area Hospitals, Funeral Homes, residences and businesses. We can deliver the same day you order if you place your order by 1:00pm (CST). We deliver 7 days a week. If you provide us with your email address when placing your order our drivers have web enabled phones and will email you the moment your order is delivered (local KC Metro area deliveries). Our web site is available for ordering 24/7. Our sites secure servers offer the highest level of security available for e commerce applications. You can order online with confidence that your personal information is safe. Village Gardens is known for roses. We have been the leading seller in the KC Metro area of florist quality roses for over 20 years. We import roses, ourselves, directly from the farms in California, Ecuador and Columbia guaranteeing you the finest, freshest roses available for everyday arrangements and your wedding. Our local prices for roses are unmatched by any area florist. Click here to shop for roses When you schedule a wedding consultation you will be meeting with Dana Nigro, the owner of Village Gardens. Dana has achieved an outstanding reputation among Kansas City area brides. Her reputation is built on the fact that she CARES about each and every arrangement, bouquet, corsage and boutonniere on each and every wedding. Dana sees to every detail personally.

Latest posts

  1. Great Places to Celebrate Birthdays in the KC Metro — July 30, 2013
  2. Summer Fun in Kansas City — July 14, 2013
  3. 5 Reasons Why You Should Have Plants in Your Office — May 22, 2013
  4. Little Ways to Say Thank You — May 15, 2013
  5. Mother’s Day Movies you can watch with Mom — May 1, 2013

Author's posts listings

Nov 10

Using Autumn Color in your Home

Do you still have bright, cheery summer colors in your house?  If so, it’s past time to move them out and bring in some autumn shades!  Dark reds, browns, oranges, and yellows are the colors of autumn, and these warm, earthy tones are exactly what a home needs to fit in with the season.  Here …

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Nov 03

Stop and Smell the Flowers Before the Holiday Rush

The holiday season is almost upon us!  In fact, some stores are already stocking Christmas decorations!  While it might seem a bit early for that, it isn’t too early to get caught up in the holiday rush.  Buying gifts, preparing to travel, wrapping up work projects for the year, and the actual hustle and bustle …

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Oct 27

Halloween in Kansas City

Don’t have any Halloween plans for this year?  Here are some events going on in the Kansas City area that may interest you. Worlds of Fun will be hosting its Halloween Haunts every weekend through the end of October.  There are more than 175 acres of Halloween-themed rides and other attractions, including Camp Snoopy’s Magical …

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Oct 20

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast cancer is a very serious concern, which is why October has been named national Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  A number of different activities take place during October, including the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.  To help support the many women (and men—breast cancer can also affect men) who are battling breast cancer, …

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Oct 13

Does your Boss Deserve You?

Bosses Day is coming this Saturday, which means most people will celebrate it on Friday.  Now’s the time to start figuring out what you and your fellow employees want to do for your boss.  It’s also a time when many people stop and reflect on their relationship with their boss.  Now may be the time …

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Oct 05

Fall Wedding Colors

If you’re having a wedding this fall, you should already have your colors picked out (otherwise, you may be in a world of trouble!).  However, if you’re thinking about a wedding next fall, you have some time to think about what colors you want to go with.  Since it’s your special day, you can go …

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Sep 26

The Wall That Heals Comes to Blue Springs

The Wall That Heals is a half-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial located in Washington, DC.  The wall tours the nation as a way to help communities, families, and friends honor those who gave their lives in the Vietnam War.  In addition to the replica, a traveling museum and information center is also part …

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Sep 21

Sharing Flowers and Love

When it comes to showing people you love them, there are a number of different ways.  One of these ways is to send flowers.  Sending flowers and your love is a great way to remind people just how much you care about them. How does sharing flowers with others share love?  Flowers seem to mean …

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Sep 14

Making An Impression With Flowers

There are many different ways you can make an impression with flowers.  Some of them involve buying flowers for yourself, while others involve sending flowers.  Here are several ways of using flowers to really show off your personality. Sending flowers to others obviously makes a huge impression on them.  Whether you’re sending the flowers as …

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Sep 08

Show Your Grandparents a Good Time in KC

National Grandparents Day is Sunday, September 12, and it’s a great day to show your grandparents a good time in Kansas City.  Here are just a few ways you can let your grandparents know just how much you care about them. Many people take their grandparents out to eat.  There are many great restaurants in …

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