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

Apr 13

Remember to Thank Your Administrative Professionals

Administrative professionals work very hard all year around.  They are often the key contact people for major events and the day to day operation of your business, plus they are the people who keep everything running smoothly behind the scenes.  Since 1952, businesses across the world have honored these hard-working individuals during Administrative Professionals Week. …

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Apr 06

Springtime Fun in Kansas City

Ready for some springtime fun in Kansas City?  There are many great attractions in the city for you and your family to enjoy.  Here are just a few of the best attractions for you to enjoy this spring. The Crown Center in the heart of Kansas City is a great place to start your springtime …

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Mar 30

Easter Flowers and Traditions

There are several different flowers and traditions associated with the Easter holiday.  Here are just a few of them. Flowers: The Easter lily is, of course, the traditional flower of Easter.  Easter lilies are generally white and represent goodness and purity.  For Christians, the Easter lily represents the purity and perfection of Jesus. Another flower …

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Mar 23

Why Sending Flowers to Celebrate is a Great Idea

People send flowers for many reasons: sympathy, to say thanks, and to show how much a person is loved.  Another great reason to send someone flowers is to celebrate.  Flowers can be a great way to celebrate a birthday, a promotion, a job well done, or just to celebrate being friends.  But why is sending …

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Mar 15

Planning a Romantic Date Night in Kansas City

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Planning a Romantic Date Night in Kansas City Planning a romantic date night for you and your special someone? If you’re living in Kansas City and looking for something that will impress him or her, here are a few ideas for creating that special night. There are a number of great romantic restaurants in Kansas …

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Mar 10

St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations in Kansas City

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If you live in Kansas City or are going to be visiting the area around March 17, you might enjoy getting in on some of the great St. Patrick’s Day events going on in the city.  There are a variety of different traditions that KC has for celebrating this Irish holiday, and while some of …

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Mar 03

Welcome Spring Inside!

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Ready to shake off winter? Start by breathing life back into your living space. The clues and tips below will help you transition your space into spring joyfully and inexpensively! Create a simple spring vignette. Using a tabletop, fresh flowers in a vase and a mirror, create a spring scene. Place the mirror flat on …

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Feb 25

If Roses Were Kings and Lilies Were Queens: How World Peace Could Be Achieved

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World peace: an impossible idea?  Perhaps.  Perhaps not.  Perhaps such a thing has already been achieved in some fantastic other world, a world watched over by King Rose and Queen Lily.  These benevolent rulers wasted no time in bringing peace to their kingdom and the world beyond, and they didn’t need any miracles to do …

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Feb 17

Brighten Your Mood With Colorful Spring Flowers

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It’s no secret that people get depressed during the bland winter months.  There’s actually a name for it—Seasonal Affective Disorder.  This is a diagnosed type of depression that affects many people, and the cause is unknown, although some speculation has to do with various hormones and the change in the amount of sunlight.  Even if …

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Feb 12

Don’t Disappoint Her This Year! Focus on Feelings!

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Men, have you felt like (or been flat out told) that you failed at Valentine’s Day?  This holiday can be one of the most frustrating for guys because it seems like it’s a minefield.  Forget flowers?  You may be sleeping on the couch!  Got her chocolate?  Well, she eats them, but then she complains that …

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