Princeton Floral Design to Open on Palmer Square

a collage of bouquets full of red roses and assorted flowers

Local florist brings love for horticulture to the heart of Princeton’s down town just in time for Valentine’s Day.

Princeton, NJ, January 19, 2018– Princeton Floral Design will open at 28 Palmer Square East in time for Valentine’s Day.

“Princeton Floral Design is the perfect complement to our walkable down town experience,” said Lori Rabon, Vice President of Palmer Square. “The floral boutique provides convenient luxury to our local, corporate and leisure visitors alike,” she said.

Princeton Floral Design offers shoppers the unique experience to choose from a variety of freshly cut flowers, beautiful orchids, green plants and custom arrangements to complement any home or business, as well as special events and weddings.  “We believe that by listening to our customers’ interests, we can create and design a perfect, custom arrangement for any occasion,” said Iryna Kudelya, Princeton Floral Design owner. In addition to quality designs, they complete each experience with authentic and nourishing gifts, in delicate hand selected boxes from local merchants and artists as well as the finest French chocolates and gifts.

 

“We believe that when a customer walks through our doors, they will enjoy a first-class experience, from start to completion, and will leave with a smile and return as a loyal customer.  Our motto is simple- Build a satisfied customer, and it will lead to a loyal customer.  Build a friend, and it will last a lifetime,” Kudelya said.

 

“Princeton Floral has expressed a commitment to partnering with the local business community. This is the prime location for their business to flourish,” said Rabon.  “We are thrilled they will call Palmer Square home,” she added.

 

Experience Palmer Square, more than great shopping!

 

About the Owner:

“Nothing transforms the home like freshly cut flowers as they bring a sense of joy and beauty. Being surrounded by flowers for so many years I was destined to become a floral designer. I was born in Ukraine and spent most of my childhood running around our beautiful flower garden. My mother made sure there were always potted plants and flowers at home and in our garden,” Kudelya said. “My love for design and hobby for arranging flowers turned into a full-time gig,” she added. Iryna Kudelya currently lives with her family in Princeton.

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If you would like more information about this opening, please contact Jamie Volkert at 609-921-2853 or email at jvolkert@www.palmersquare.com.