Services we offer and contact info:

* Special events design for weddings, parties and family celebrations.  (Call 336-691-0051 to make an appointment with Randy or email us at mcmanus2@bellsouth.net)

* Retail shop that offers distinctive gifts and accessories.  Monday – Thursday 9am to 5pm, Friday 9 am to 5:30 pm and Saturday 9am – 1pm

* Delivery of floral arrangements as gifts to homes, businesses and hospitals.  (Call 336-691-0051 to place orders.)

* Floral designs for market showrooms and other commercial venues.

* Photo styling for photographers, catalogs and magazines.

“We believe that our customer service is what separates us from being just another floral design business.  Offering quality product and unique designs can easily be duplicated, however we believe that backing up our product with unsurpassed customer service is the key.”

8 Responses to “Services and Contacts”


  1. 1 Mark & Marlene Hoffmann December 14, 2009 at 5:24 pm

    Dear Randy, my wife and I were looking at your table arrangement in “Southern Accents Christmas Decorating Guide”, fell in love with the china setting on page 72, would really like it if you would share with us the name of the china and pattern, if available. You truly have a gift…

    Happy Holidays

    Mark & Marlene Hoffmann
    hmarkr4@comcast.net

    • 2 randymcmanusdesignsinc December 14, 2009 at 8:54 pm

      Hi!
      Thanks so much for reading our blog!
      Unfortunately, that china actually belonged to a client and was an heirloom pattern. But thanks for your kind words!

      Randy McManus

    • 3 randymcmanusdesignsinc December 16, 2009 at 8:39 pm

      Hi Mark and Marlene,
      As it turns out we contacted the client, who says the china is still made. You can email them for more details!

      nealj@nealjohnsonltd.com

      Thanks again for writing!

      Randy McManus

  2. 4 Heather Bates December 3, 2010 at 8:49 pm

    Hi Randy,

    I was wondering if you ever actually ship floral arrangements to Virginia? I loved, Loved, Loved your flowers and tore out the “Nature’s Bounty” article in Southern Accents last year.

    Flower designers such as you are sadly lacking in this area. Any way you can send me an arrangement like the one you did on page 90? That’s the cut flowers with the cabbage and artichokes in it.

    SIGH probably not, but hey, thought i’d ask anyway:)

    Heather

    • 5 randymcmanusdesignsinc December 10, 2010 at 9:58 pm

      Hi Heather, Yes, we do, it depends on what you would like shipped. Please call the shop at 336-516-1412 and let me know what you are interested in, and hopefully it’s something that will easily ship. Thanks!

      Randy

  3. 6 Corinne September 1, 2012 at 12:29 am

    Hi Randy!
    My mom is one of your good friends, Suzanne Nussbaum. She came home with a candle that you designed and I absolutely adore it. I have been telling her to let you know that it is just fabulous, but she says she hasn’t seen you often and when she does, she forgets! Anyways I love your candles, and they have the best scents!!!
    Corinne Nussbaum

  4. 7 Lea Frederick September 12, 2017 at 4:44 pm

    Hi! I received a beautiful orchid from a very good friend about 3 months ago (del6/17 which I’m thrilled its still so beautiful because I have no green thumb at all). It is starting to wilt (I’ve lost 2 flowers) and the green leaves are yellowing….is this the end of its life or will it rebloom? I looked online but I don’t know what type of orchid it is to know if it will rebloom or not. Its in my kitchen right now but near a door and windows face west….I am thinking of moving it to the living room where it will be East facing but more consistent temperatures for sure. I have given it the 3-5 ice cubes/week and everything seems moist (although I sometimes feel like Im watering the moss) Any suggestions?

    • 8 randymcmanusdesignsinc September 12, 2017 at 5:46 pm

      Hi Lea! Thanks for writing. If you’ve had the orchid for 3 months, that’s about a typical length. It is probably a phalaenopsis orchid, which don’t need much water — which makes them actually very easy to keep! The worst thing you can do is over-water. But since it’s been three months, it’s probably time to replace that one if you want to — and I would keep the older one in a happy spot and hope that it might re-bloom!

      Thanks!
      Randy McManus Designs


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