Thank you for taking the time to visit our brand new web-site. To be honest, this is the first time that we have actually created a site and I have taken on the task of doing so myself. Like my blog title says everyday I learn something new. Today, it is all about starting a blog and a web-site. I wanted to take XQZT Floral to the next step and learn what I need to do to help XQZT Floral excel in this new on line adventure. We have had a Facebook page since 2007, but I have resisted creating a web page due to the fact that several floral web pages are cookie cutter replica's of each other. I have been to many a florist web page and have seen the same designs on all of their pages over and over again which is okay for them, but those who know us know no two designs are a like from XQZT Floral. We create unique individualized designs that reflect a personal sentiment or a personal life moment, we want our creations to be a personal reflection. So, you can see where my hang up is. How do you create a web-site that highlights your ability to convey personal messages through flowers, but also allows people to see the work you have created?
I am still not sure exactly how to do that , but I am working on it by starting this right now. I also wanted to make sure that I got this up and running as I had posted about offering a Breakfast Club and night classes for the up-coming winter season and several of you have indicated a keen interest in participating. I have added a page title "Classes" that has the information on it. Please take a look and contact us if you are interested.
I will be posting regularly on here about all kinds of floral related things. If you have questions you want me to answer on flowers feel free to comment.
Mandy Babbey has a drive to educate individuals on the world of floral design through what she calls a floracation. By offering classes, as well as public and private speaking engagements, she hopes to expand the floral industry into each and every ones homes by sharing her passion for flowers.