I leave in just six short days for Denmark.    While this is so exciting, it is a bit detrimental when trying to grow a business.  I’m trying to be regimented in getting my post out on time and moving my business forward all why trying to train someone to cover for me at my day time job and plan my vacation.   (Photos below are from a few floral shops in Denmark)

In hindsight, I didn’t plan this vacation at a great time for my floral business.  I arrive home, just two days before Easter.  Which means that I cannot do any business for the holiday.   Don’t get me wrong, I am so excited to go…especially because my mom is going with me.  What I’m saying is that I have to start thinking of the business before I plan other things.  We could have gone later in April and it would have allowed me the Easter business.

All that being said…I am thrilled (and a little nervous) to tell you that I am opening a pop up shop for Mother’s Day.  I don’t have all the details yet, but I’m working on them and I’ll be happy to share that info with you upon my return.  The post cards are supposed to arrive this week, so maybe…just maybe they will make an appearance on next week’s post.

I’m hoping to post while I’m traveling because you know I’ll be taking photos of flowers and flower shops.  Last time I was in Denmark was in the fall, so I’m looking forward to seeing all the spring flowers this time.

Until I’m in Denmark and taking photos, I’ll tease you with this TBT (in this case Throw Back Tuesday) from my last trip.  (Photos above were taken on my walk to see the Little Mermaid. Photos below were taken at Tivoli Gardens.)

May your day be filled with beautiful flowers.  

Din dag kan være fyldt med smukke blomster.


Welcome! Needing to find a new career path that was fulfilling and supported my creative side, I started Marmalade Sky Floral Design. My love for floral design started late in life and was quite by accident. Thinking a floral class would help with tablescapes that I love to create, I fell in love with the art and the people in the industry. I was taking interior design courses, but switched my focus after my first semester in the floral program. Now, I have started my own company, albeit part time, hoping to grow it into a full time career, all while working from my home. I have a deep love for my family & friends, tea parties, travel and of course flowers.

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