If you need last minute tablescape greenery or flowers, you can visit the newly opened Amelia’s Flowers in The Factory in Franklin.
Located just down the hallway across from Carnivore Market, this is the first brick-and-mortar location for the flower company, best known for their vintage Volkswagon Transporter flower trucks. You can still find Amelia’s Flower Truck at various locations throughout Nashville. The Factory location gives the company the ability to stay open year round.
In the past, Amelia’s Flowers would close for the winter as the open truck, which makes for a great Instagram photo, doesn’t work well for flowers in the winter.
Nella Varni, Director of Operations for Amelia’s Flowers said, “Our truck season typically ends in early December due to harsh weather conditions, so this is our way of staying open during the winter.”
She continued, “Being able to be open all year is a first for us, a very exciting first at that. We are open at The Factory seven days a week – even on Sundays!”
This Saturday is Small Business Saturday and it’s also the day that Amelia’s Flowers will be celebrating their grand opening. For those out and about shopping, Varni says you don’t want to miss this event.
“We are having our grand opening on Saturday, it seemed like the perfect way to celebrate Small Business Saturday. We’ll be providing a gift with every purchase, hot cider, and giveaways throughout the day!”
In talking about why they chose Franklin as their first expansion location beyond the truck, Varni mentions their customer following in Franklin.
“We’re especially excited to be open in The Factory, we’ve been wanting to expand into the Franklin market for a while. We’ve had a lot of folks from Franklin visit our trucks in Nashville in the past, and it’s been incredibly fun having them visit our shop in the Factory and get to recreate their experience!”
Amelia’s Flower Truck is owned by Mattie Bush who always liked the name Amelia and chose to that for the name of her DIY flower bouquet company. There’s a large variety of flowers to select along with greenery that is priced by the stem. If you prefer, they have ready-made bouquets available for purchase that you can take wrapped in paper or select from one of their many vases to purchase.
Shop at Amelia’s Flowers located at 230 Franklin Road, Franklin on Wednesday from 11a – 5 p. They will reopen on Black Friday at 11 a – 5 p and Saturday 10 a – 5 p, Sunday noon – 4 p. Be sure to follow Amelia’s Flower Truck on Instagram for the latest updates as they will be holding flower workshops this holiday season. The Franklin location will also be available for private parties.