Post # 32
@allyouneedislove: +1! I would shop at The Bloom Room. It sounds like a place that would be owned by someone who is modern, fun, and down to Earth.
I guess it depends on the type of customers to which you are trying to appeal – if I were looking in the phone book for florists, I would probably skip over places like “Fleur” or “Noir Floral Design” because in my mind, flower shops with posh names are more likely to put a ridiculously large mark-up on their flowers. If, on the other hand, you are trying to appeal to customers who will pay top dollar for something because of the name associated with it (which some people like to do, and that’s absolutely fine, I’m not judging!), then posher names may be more appropriate.
Post # 34
I actually really like the Bloom Room! I would avoid single flower references – flowers go in and out of fashion, Peonies are all the rage now but in a few years something else might be more popular.
Post # 35
@mrsmeyers84: Sorry to your friend, but I agree with you. With the “Carr Shop” is a clever pun, it is a misleading floral name. For the record, I picked the Noir…it was the best of the worst. Didn’t really care for any of the names to be honest. But, I don’t think a name would influence me one way or another, only price would.
Post # 36
@mrsmeyers84: What about Petals? Simple, beautiful, to the point.
Post # 37
Pushing up Daisy’s or Pushing up Peony’s
It Bloomed or It Blooms
Perfectly Primed Peonies