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Parker Blooms: Women’s History Month business highlight

Natasha Lovato
Rettinhouse and Klay smile among their local gift wall at Parker Blooms.Photo byTJ Sullivan

Natasha Lovato / NewsBreak Denver

(Parker, Colo.) Doing what you love with your best friend is a dream come true for two Parker women who took over a floral business together. 

Jodie Rettinhouse and Erin Klay worked at Parker Blooms together for the past couple years. Still, when the previous owner decided to retire, Rettinhouse and Klay saw it as a sign to take over the shop as business partners. On Oct. 1, 2022, the two women officially bought Parker Blooms and were excited to share a few new additions with the community.

“Erin and I both grew up in tiny towns,” Rettinhouse said. “So, we love that hometown feel and supporting local because of that.”

Rettinhouse explained that besides floral arrangements, Parker Blooms offers numerous locally made products like candles, teas, honey, gift baskets, and more.

Aside from gifts, Parker Blooms seeks to design florals for a gamut of occasions.

“We can really work with any price point for people,” Rettinhouse said. “One of the unique things about Parker Blooms is we don't have a minimum price point for weddings and other events. What if they just want a couple things? A corsage and a bouquet and that’s it? Why wouldn't we work with that?”

Rettinhouse and Klay invite walk-in customers during business hours and happily make deliveries.

For more information on Parker Blooms, click here. 

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