“We’re not your standard florist,” says Heather Sardela, one half of the Blossom & Bone team. She and her husband Pedro plan on bringing a softer side to Boxyard’s industrial vibe. The Blossom & Bone vision includes a build-your-own-bouquet station, complete with tools and a workspace.
“Flowers are a wonderful medium to express meaningful messages to yourself and others, no matter your age, gender, or background,” says Heather.
Their space will feature an Instagram-worthy photo backdrop where customers can showcase their own floral designs, or simply show off their purchases; in addition to flowers, Heather and Pedro plan to offer art, jewelry and gifts crafted by North Carolina artists, for a truly one-stop gifting experience.
Currently, Blossom & Bone operates out of a 1960 Ford F100 named Buil, and they can’t wait to expand to a permanent location and interact with even more folks. “The fact that so many people trust us to share the special moments of their lives with them, it’s really special,” says Heather.