Valley Forge Flowers Now Has a Boutique Bridal Registry

VFF's offerings are now available for picking in choosing in a bridal registry.

VFF’s offerings are now available for picking in choosing in a bridal registry.

Earlier this year, we were very excited to hear of the massive addition that Valley Forge Flowers owner Barbara King has planned for her already gorgeous Wayne boutique—and now we hear that the florist/gift shop/cafe recently debuted a bridal registry, as well.


So if you haven't already acquired every last pillow, kitchen essential, and garden accessory you could basically ever need (because we know we're not the only ones who spend full weekend afternoons there), now you can compile it all into a nice little list and let your wedding guests take care of the bill.

“It’s as easy as coming in and selecting your favorite things,” says King, who recommends making an appointment before heading over to the store (though it's not required). “We will keep your list [at the store] with us, and if you wish, we can also post your registry on our Valley Forge Flowers website.” That way, out-of-town guests, too, can peruse and buy from your list.

 

 
While your formal china set won't make the list here, you'll still find plenty of gorgeous goodies to outfit your home. Colorful coffee table books, unique bar trays, decorative lanterns and lamps, and pretty chairs and ottomans are just a few of the many treasures carried at VFF. And, since the shop is obviously known for their amazing flower selection (both real and dried; hey, maybe they're even doing your wedding!), you'll want to take a peek at those, as well. King expects to have an even larger inventory of plants and gardening products once the Barn is compete—at which time there will be a registry for those items, too.

While you're wish-listing, be sure to keep an eye out for sweet bridesmaids gifts scattered among the offerings. Add in a gourmet snacks and coffee drink from the in-store Café Fleur, and you’ve got yourself one production shopping trip.

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