Cohabitation With Design

March 7, 2011

Local Floral Designer…Maggie Noelke-Hale of Peacock Blooms

Maggie Noelke-Hale, local floral designer and entrepreneur is not your
cookie cutter florist.  Her recently established business, Peacock Blooms,
is a dream turned into reality. Specializing in unique fresh floral design,
Maggie likes to work outside of the box…or vase.

Working for a few local St. Louis florists, starting at the age of 16,
Maggie learned the floral design basics and knew she had found her niche.
She continued designing for throughout her high school, college and
professional career as a side job/hobby always dreaming that someday she
could design full-time.


In December 2010 Maggie was able to make her dream come to fruition. With
over ten years of floral design experience she established Peacock Blooms.
Maggie caters to everyday flowers (but not your everyday kind of
arrangements), weddings, events and any special occasion. She designs every
floral arrangement with passion and as a true work of art. There are no
catalogues to pick your arrangement from; every arrangement is designed
specifically for the occasion and person in mind.  Personal and
professional, she likes to spend time getting to know her clients to
appreciate their personality and perceptions, which is conveyed in their
arrangements.  Maggie is always seeking out unique flowers, creative
combinations and interesting containers/vases.

”People have asked me to
define my design style,” said Maggie, “I appreciate all styles of floral
design but personally I prefer Shabby Chic. I love upcycling vintage
containers and using a variety of textures, as opposed to using a
standard glass vase. Using objects from the past to beautify the present is
very fulfilling to me”.


Maggie offers complimentary consultations to determine if she is the florist
for you. To contact Maggie, please go to her website…

Be sure to check out Maggie’s work March 20th at the Off-White Indie Wedding Show. For more information, check out the show’s website at…


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