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Sponsors for the 2012 Alliance Against Modern Slavery!

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Blogto.com ranked BVF #4

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Bloor Village Flowers is situated right at Bloor and Runnymede. It has been open for 20 years, and it's easy to see why. Buckets and buckets of fresh flowers and tropical plants fill this store, with prices for the budget shopper. According to owner Melissa Chu, their wedding prices are the best in town.  http://www.blogto.com/design/bloor-village-flowers-toronto

Discovering Bloor West Village

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A bunch of flowers isn't just a way to patch up a fight with your lover or celebrate your friend's birthday. Fresh flowers bring life to a home - and by home I mean even the tiniest, darkest Toronto apartment.
Unfortunately, for many of us, flowers are an added expense that fall below other priorities (like custard tarts or beer). A typical flower shop or even grocery store will ensure that you spend at least $10 on your pretty little things than won't necessarily be living for long.Bloor West Village, on the other hand, boasts some brilliant blooms, along with staggeringly low prices. Bloor Village Flowers (2208 Bloor W. - between Runnymede and Kennedy) is typically your best bet - especially where seasonal flowers are concerned.
http://www.blogto.com/city/2005/08/discovering_bloor_west_village_part_47/

Toronto.com "Florists in Toronto"

Saturday, 31 August 2013
By Erin Hipwell (pictured: Jong Young Flower Market)
Jan 01, 2011      
Valentine’s Day has been called many things: a day of love, a day of romance, a day of rabid commercialism. You could attest that one or all of these sentiments are true, and you’d be right no matter what. Valentine’s Day is whatever you want it to be, and for many people, that means cards, candies and flowers. The latter can be expensive -- especially on Valentine’s Day -- but if you play your cards right, you can get high-end results at affordable prices.Here are the best places for affordable blooms on a budget this Valentine’s Day: Hidden Gems Bloor Village Flowers is a fantastic shop local flower aficionados know and love. This botanical haven carries colourful bouquets and modern arrangements. The store is known for its exceptional prices, as well as its creative floral arrangement and wrapping techniques http://www.toronto.com/article/647511--florists-in-toronto 

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Wedding Bells.com Feature BVF

Saturday, 31 August 2013
Rachelle and Gerald host a warm fall wedding in Toronto, Ontario. By Roseanne Dela Rosa
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Ceremony location:
St. Justin Martyr Catholic Church, Markham
Reception location: The Venetian Banquet Hall (thevenetian.ca)
Bridal gown: Sposabella (sposabella.ca)
Bridal party attire: Sposabella (sposabella.ca)
Groom’s tux: Moores: Clothing for Men (mooresuit.com)
Cake: Cakes by Alice, Toronto
Cake topper: Maria Santiago Illustrations (mariasantiago.com)
Chair covers: A Celebrity Chair Covers, Toronto
Favours: eBay (ebay.ca)
Music: Playhouse Productions.
Flowers: Bloor Village Flowers, Toronto
Hair and makeup: Cataldo Hair Design Ltd., Markham
Registry: The Bay (hbc.com), Linens ‘n Things (lnt.com)
http://www.weddingbells.ca/articles/slideshow/red-october/2/

Wedding Bells

Saturday, 31 August 2013
15 stunning bouquets you’ll want to carry down the aisle.
By Stephanie Gray

Bouquet courtesy Bloor Village Flowers, Ontario.
Seen in the Real Wedding: Elegant Affair.
Photography courtesy Eyecontact Photography (eyecontact.ca)

The Best Florists in Toronto

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The Best Florists in Toronto by Jennifer Tse
By: Bloor Village Flowers. Monday, 30 January 2012


The best florists in Toronto are troves for nature's living treasures, readily providing that little something special for that special someone. They're bursting with all sorts of colourful, sweet-smelling treats, with everything from the locally-grown and fair-traded to the unexpected and exotic. Walking into any flower shop is usually an explosion of stimulation -- if the colours don't hit you first, then the warm, intoxicating perfume of myriad fresh blooms will. Buying from a flower shop provides the extra simple pleasure of taking some of that colour and life home with you to enjoy. And then there are Toronto's floral designers themselves, who skillfully pair textures and colours within your budget, crafting their medium into unique works of art. With their ability to say volumes without saying anything at all, it's no wonder that flowers are such a popular gift. Whether you're a once-a-year rose shopper for Valentine's Day or the type who re-fills the vases at home every week, the flower shops on this list will have what you need. Here are the best florists in Toronto. For more ideas of where to buy flowers in Toronto, see our Toronto florists section. Bloor Village Flowers Posted by Staff / Reviewed on February 13, 20110 Comments Bloor Village Flowers is situated right at Bloor and Runnymede. It has been open for 20 years, and it's easy to see why. Buckets and buckets of fresh flowers and tropical plants fill this store, with prices for the budget shopper. According to owner Melissa Chu, their wedding prices are the best in town.