Quinn's is a full service florist located in beautiful downtown Cobourg. Established in 1988 with 6 fully trained floral professionals to help create unique and stunning floral arrangements for all occasions.
Tell us about your business!
Julie wakes up bright and early every week to get the freshest, seasonal blooms for the shop and our customers. Julie only picks the most beautiful seasonal blooms to bring back to Northumberland. She and her staff work tirelessly every day to fulfill their customers needs from everyday floral designs to some of the most important days. They love to meet with brides and grooms to hear the details of their most special day, and help them envision and style gorgeous flower designs that will be remembered for years. With decades of experience behind them, they are able to create unique styles of every bride, from rustic to contemporary, with the most luxurious blooms.
How did you get started?
In 1988, Ted and Brenda Quinn first opened the doors of a unique floral home decor business with special flare and style. In 2017, Julie (who was born in 1988!) took over the business from the Quinn's after several years of meticulous training and education in the floral business. With a degree in floral design from the Canadian Institute of Floral Design and accompanied by several professional designers with over 75 combined years in the floral arts, she creates and perfects bouquets that enhance each brides vision.
Who/What inspires you?
Julie and the staff at Quinn's are constantly inspired by nature and the changing seasonal trends that feature prominently in floral design. Organic and bespoke bouquets that incorporate natural elements are a constant favourite at Quinn's. Keeping up with new and classic designs from floral masters Julie and the designers at Quinn's stay on the cutting edge of wedding designs and floral art.
Three key words to describe your work/style:
Natural, Bold, Timeless
What are your daily must-haves?
Green tea, instagram, fresh air, and FLOWERS!
Photography - Jals Photography