MJs Floral Boutique finds new home on Cranbrook’s Tenth Avenue

MJs Floral Boutique employs a staff of six including the two business partners and is open Monday to Saturday.

Kelsey and Brenda Taylor, co-owners of MJ's Floral Boutique in Cranbrook.

Kelsey and Brenda Taylor, co-owners of MJ's Floral Boutique in Cranbrook. — Photo courtesy KPI Media

The daughter and mother team of Kelsey and Brenda Taylor have relocated their business, MJs Floral Boutique, to a bright, new location on Tenth Avenue in downtown Cranbrook, which is really just a move around the corner from their former location on Baker Street.

The 1,500 square foot retail outlet has allowed the boutique to create a large walk-in cooler to keep their flowers and floral bouquets fresh and ready to deliver, and it also comes with a large, glass display cabinet to showcase a variety of fresh bouquets, as well.

"Our store focuses on flowers, bouquets, plants and also has an extensive line of giftware, cards and boutique items," said Brenda Taylor. "The new location also gives Kelsey the privacy of her own office where she can consult one-on-one with potential wedding clients, while she discusses and creates a unique quote for their wedding floral needs."

"Weddings are such an important part of our business. This private space is great for meeting with brides and their families," says Kelsey Taylor.  "We have seen our wedding business grow from 30 weddings a year to over 90.  It's an area we really specialize in."

Kelsey Taylor was named earlier this year as the recipient of the Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce young entrepreneur of the year and was also nominated as an Influential Woman in Business in the Kootenays by Kootenay Business.

MJs Floral Boutique employs a staff of six including the two business partners and is open Monday to Saturday.

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