Bouquets for the necessary moments

Hyacinth Bouquets house owners and florists Daniel Duvall and Dan Hines.

Daniel Hines and Daniel Duvall of Hyacinth Bouquets had been “honoured” to win the Excellent Florist Award on the 2022 Canberra Native Enterprise Awards.

HYACINTH Bouquets had been “blown away” once they took residence the Excellent Florist Award within the 2022 Canberra Native Enterprise Awards, says enterprise associate Daniel Hines.

“We had been up towards some very well-known and extra established florists!”

Daniel’s husband and florist, Daniel Duvall, was stood down from his job at Qantas when COVID-19 hit. 

“Whereas attempting to determine his subsequent transfer, Daniel determined to comply with his ardour in floristry,” says Hines. 

“He had been making funeral bouquets and different preparations for household and pals for over 10 years and now had the time to change his focus to one thing that evokes him.”

After finding out floristry at CIT and launching the enterprise on-line, Duvall opened his shopfront within the previous Bungendore publish workplace in June, 2021.

“Since shifting to Bungendore the area people have embraced us wholeheartedly,” says Hines. 

“With out the assist of the Bungendore neighborhood we might not have been in a position to obtain what we have now in such a brief period of time.

“Daniel takes delight in creating preparations which can be particular person and significant for each buyer. 

“He’s at all times honoured when requested by prospects to contribute to life’s necessary moments. By way of the great occasions and the not-so-good occasions he hopes to offer each pleasure and luxury by way of his work,” says Hines.=

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Hyacinth Bouquets, 53 Gibraltar Road, Bungendore. Name 0403 916 058 or go to hyacinthbouquets.com.au

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