Florist Shop Scent & Violet Celebrates 5th Anniversary

Houston-based scent, flower and gift shop recently celebrated its fifth anniversary. The shop offers same day flower delivery to nearby cities when orders are placed by midday.

Houston TX, USA - June 12, 2019 / / —

Amra Kolasinac, owner of Scent & Violet Flowers and Gifts is pleased to announce that it has been five years since the florist shop opened during Mothers' Day week in May of 2014. The satisfied customer base allows for same day flower delivery to Houston, Katy, Richmond, Fulshear, Sugar Land, Stafford, and Bellaire for orders placed by midday. Seasonal flowers are available for same day delivery to Houston, Katy, Sugar Land, Richmond, Fulshear, and Bellaire.

The shop is a small West Houston neighborhood flower store located close to Alief, Westchase and the Energy Corridor. The service and delivery area for the flowers and gifts includes most parts of the Houston-Katy-Sugar Land area. The shop is in the neighborhood where the owners reside, and they are always more than happy to discuss the local eateries and recommend other small and valuable businesses in the area. Scent & Violet’s selection of flowers and gifts encompasses all price points regardless of whether customers are shopping for luxury flowers or candles, or looking for less expensive flower arrangements.

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A spokesperson for Scent & Violet explained, “We are in the business of making people happy.
There is something inexplicably wonderful in seeing someone receive a beautiful bunch of flowers, a child opening their eyes wide at the sight of a floating balloon, young and old reacting to beautiful scents, or people reading a card message with a smile on their face.”

“For us” she continued, “gifting is never about the size of the gift, but the size of the gesture. Sending flowers to surprise someone, sending a junk food basket to a friend that is going through heartache, giving someone a bottle of essential oil to elevate their mood, sending a sympathy plant to a funeral home, picking up a single rose from our flower market collection to surprise a loved one – all of these are really wonderful ways to let someone know you love them, think of them, care about them.”

Location details are available at Scent & Violet

Contact Info:
Name: Amra Kolasinac (owner)
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Organization: Scent & Violet
Address: 12811 Westheimer Rd, Houston TX 77077
Phone: (281) 761-6300

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