Friday, December 9, 2022

The Flower Cupboard Continues To Thrive In New Location

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YORK-A new location has brought a change of pace for long-time Williamsburg fixture The Flower Cupboard.

The florist shop moved a few months ago from its downtown Williamsburg location to a larger space on Bypass Road next to Rocco’s Smokehouse Grill.

“The move has not affected our business in any negative way whatsoever,” said Cathy Nester, who has owned the business since 1996. “We are busier than ever. The new space is more efficient for work production, and easier access for customer parking.”

The additional space will also enable The Flower Cupboard to expand events and offer more classes, demonstrations, and hands-on opportunities.

“We are also able to display our wedding and rental items to brides and customers now that the restrictions are being lifted,” Nester said. 

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