Flowers for Dreams opens at Public Market
The Flowers for Dreams retail space has been custom designed for the public market location, using reclaimed wood.
Milwaukee, WI: Flowers for Dreams, the newest pop-up vendor offering locally crafted flowers and greeting cards at the Milwaukee Public Market, officially opened for business today. The temporary floral stand will operate roughly 100 square feet of space in the market’s 2nd Level Palm Garden mezzanine seating area now through February 15 to accommodate the busy Valentine’s season traffic, according to the market.
“We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Milwaukee Public Market and the Third Ward neighborhood,” said Flowers for Dreams Marketing Manager Lindsay Leinenkugel. “Our shared values and focus on supporting the local community make us the perfect match.”
The Flowers for Dreams retail space has been custom designed for the public market location, using reclaimed wood. With plans to offer a variety of floral arrangements starting at $15, they will also offer greeting cards created by Bay View Printing Company.
Flowers for Dreams is an online flower delivery service specializing in locally crafted, artisan bouquets that launched their Milwaukee operation in 2017. As part of the company’s unique business model grounded in giving back to those in need, Flowers for Dreams donates 25 percent of profits to Milwaukee charities. They will be open during regular market business hours.
For more information about the Milwaukee Public Market, please visit MIlwaukeePublicMarket.org or call 414-336-1111.
ABOUT FLOWERS FOR DREAMS:
Flowers for Dreams, an online flower delivery service, was founded in 2012 to make flowers more inspiring and more accessible. With locations in both Chicago and Milwaukee, the company specializes in locally crafted bouquets offered at fair and honest prices. Stems are hand curated at local markets to create fresh, unique bouquets for every customer, and every purchase benefits an amazing local charity. Learn more at www.flowersfordreams.com.
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