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

Aug 31

Labor Day Events in Kansas City

Labor Day is coming up soon, but there’s still time to make plans for the weekend.  Here are just a few things going on in Kansas City this coming weekend. Labor Day weekend is the first day of the Kansas City Renaissance Festival.  If you love Renaissance fairs, you’ll love this huge festival.  It covers …

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Aug 23

Squeezing in a Few More Weeks of Summer Fun in Kansas City

Summer is almost over, but there are still a few more weeks left to squeeze in some fun in Kansas City.  The weather is cooling off a bit, so it’s a great time to head outdoors and enjoy a walk in the park.  Many farmers’ markets are also still open, so you can still pick …

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Aug 18

Why Are Teachers Stressed?

School will be starting soon, and that means two things: back to the books for students and back to work for teachers.  But while most teachers think teaching is a fun job, many find themselves stressed out at least once during the school year.  But why? There are many different reasons teachers get stressed.  First …

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Aug 10

Romance and the Magic of Flowers

There are many different things that are considered romantic.  One of the things people often think of when asked to name something romantic is a bouquet of flowers, especially red roses.  When it comes to planning a romantic date or dinner, flowers are almost always a must.  The magic of flowers can turn any event …

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Aug 03

How to Say Thank You in 2010

Saying thank you hasn’t really changed that much over the years, but as our world has grown, new ways of saying thanks have emerged.  While saying thanks with a small gift or a bouquet of flowers will never go out of style, there are some different ways of saying thank you in 2010. The first …

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Jul 27

Staying Cool in the Summer Heat – Make Your Patio a Cool Oasis

It’s difficult to stay cool in the oppressive summer heat, but you can do some things to help turn your patio into a nice, cool oasis.  That way, you can enjoy your beautiful backyard in the evenings while watching the stars come out or while enjoying a nice dinner with friends. To create your cool …

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Jul 20

Lift a Dark Mood with Flower Therapy

Everyone gets in a dark mood from time to time.  Sometimes it’s a result of things going wrong.  Other times we just seem to wake up on the wrong side of the bed.  Whatever the reason, it’s always nice to get cheered up.  We can even cheer ourselves up, and one of the ways of …

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Jul 13

How to Plan an Indoor Picnic

While a romantic picnic outdoors is certainly nice, sometimes the weather doesn’t permit it.  Other times, the bugs are just too much.  However, a nice alternative is an indoor picnic, especially for those who aren’t exactly the outdoors types. Planning an indoor picnic is easy.  First, select the location.  You can push the furniture out …

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Jul 06

The Lost Art of Romance

Some people say romance is dead.  But is it really?  Perhaps it’s not dead but it has simply changed form.  However, if you bring back the lost art of romance as it once was, you’ll find that you can impress your significant other like nothing else. The first part of the lost art of romance …

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Jun 30

Celebrate the 4th in Kansas City

Wondering what to do this Fourth of July in Kansas City?  Well, the people of KC certainly know how to celebrate our nation’s day of independence.  They have a number of different events you can attend and, of course, many of them feature fireworks. More than 20,000 people attend the annual Parkville Fourth of July …

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