I am very happy to announce that my line of products is now available at the newly opened Nonny’s in Fountain Hills, AZ. Nonny’s is a retail store filled with handcrafted items, refurbished vintage home goods and a floral section. It is the creation of Jerrod Alcaida, who was a wedding and event planner in LA for several years. He decided to come back to his home state and set up a retail space where he and his partner, Chad Harr, could combine several of their interests, all focusing on beauty, creativity and celebrating life’s mileposts, big and small.
Besides their retail selection, Nonny’s continues to provide wedding and event planning services. In addition, they offer custom floral arrangements by mother-daughter team Diane Gonzalez and Katherine Gonzalez, who are past and current Arizona State Floral Designers of the year. There are some great photos of their floral creations on Nonny’s Facebook fan page.
Nonny’s is also offering a variety of classes that include holiday decorating, centerpiece arrangements, and gift wrapping. The full schedule is available on their website. All of this (as Dori Wittrig said in her recent blog post on Nonny’s) is part of their mission to provide “an alternative and unique vision for your home, garden and everyday celebrations of life, inspiring harmony between interior & exterior spaces and enhancing those special everyday moments.”
If you are in the area, please stop by Nonny’s at 16858 Avenue of the Fountains, Suite 102, Fountain Hills, AZ 85268 and tell them I said, “Hi!”
Looks like a great store!
Happy blogoversary 🙂
Thank you so much, Teena! They have an amazing selection of gifts and housewares. And thank you for the reminder — I had forgotten that today was my blogoversary 🙂
it is not close but I may just have to drive up to Nonny’s! Congratulations on getting your products “National” representation.
Thank you, Tammy! I hope you have a chance to get there. It looks like a wonderful place, with lots of handcrafted gifts and repurposed finds. Jerrod and Chad seem like wonderful people, too.
I wish we lived close enough to do easy bartering!
Wouldn’t that be great? Your homegrown produce looks very appealing, and much more abundant than mine. Maybe some day…