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Local vendors team up to create the ultimate Valentine’s Day gift

Eufloric Events and Sweet Peas Flower Farm has teamed up with talented local vendors to bring you high quality gifts designed and produced here in central Indiana, just in time for Valentine’s Day! Paula Shoultz of Eufloric Events joined us today to share tell us everything you need to know about the collaboration. Here’s more from her:

Our mission is offer the most luxurious gifts which you can shop from the security of home to be delivered safely to your loved ones. Tweety’s Sweeties is providing a limited amount of dozen chocolate covered strawberries for a classic V-Day treat.

Salame Jewelry Designs has created an exclusive run of romantic rose quartz necklaces and bracelets.

Unplug Soy Candles is offering a heady blend of their most seductive scents.

Pair any or all of these divine items with a signature flower design by Sweet Peas Flower Farm.

Quantities are limited to be able to provide the highest quality possible.

As a flower company with four women owners, we have tried to set ourselves apart from the birth of our business by offering flowers exclusively for weddings, corporate and private events (supplied by our own Sweet Peas Flower Farm).

With the season of COVID-19, we have pivoted in order to refocus to arrangements made to order for delivery in addition to the handful of events.

For holidays we have come up with visual design campaigns in order to reinforce our brand aesthetic.

Partnering with local vendors is something that we have made a priority and are excited about because we believe in these vendors and believe that in working together, each of us can broaden our horizons.

It works out beautifully because this fits in with keeping our customers and community safe all while providing them with high quality gifts they want in one stop that doesn’t require them to go or stop anywhere physically.

To learn more, visit EufloricEvents.com and click here to shop the special Valentine’s Day packages.

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