Milford Florist Opens its Doors Downtown

Milford Florist and Home Decor has officially opened its doors across from the Milford Public Library on 10 S.E. Front Street. Chuck Betz and Todd Bruce have opened the new floral shop in the location that once housed Bay Pharmacy. The newest business in town, Milford Florist and Home Decor offers personalized fresh and silk floral arrangements and home decor items and consultations.

Todd Bruce has 12 years of experience with Country Flowers in Houston, DE and is extending his expertise to the Milford area with the opening of the new downtown Milford shop. The building has been transformed inside by Chuck Betz with a welcoming atmosphere that inspires interior decorating for all seasons.

Todd and Chuck decided to open in downtown Milford because of their past experiences with the town. “It is a quaint little town and we have many friends in Milford,” commented Mr. Bruce. “We have served this community from the other location, including the Milford Hospital, and we look forward to being a part of the downtown.”

Milford Florist and Home Decor will deliver across the Greater Milford Area and beyond as far north as Dover, as far south as Seaford and across to Rehoboth Beach. They specialize in personalized arrangements and have several customers that ask for recommendations on home decorating. Milford Florist and Home Decor also offer balloons, candles, fruit, snack and candle baskets.

The owners of Milford Florist and Home Decor are looking forward to their first open house during the holiday season this year and are currently open Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm, Friday 9am-5:30pm and Saturday 9am-noon. For additional information or to place an order contact Milford Florist and Home Decor at 302-491-6229.

 

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