September 13, 2008

Wicked Willow

Later this month, Randy Woods and Tina Marie Owens, Owners of, Wicked Willow,
will be opening a New Location
at 633- rear Frederick Rd. (Behind Parks DryCleaning and Shoe Repair)


Wicked Willow is a baltimore based floral studio that creates wonderful elegantly styled, finest quality floral design accents for home and office interiors and planned events. They service the Maryland and DC areas. With over 30 years of professional design expertise, their designers always create distinctive designs for clients with discriminating taste. Permanent materials are hand selected for quality and realism for years of lasting beauty. Wicked Willow also creates artistic, elegant and sophisticated fresh floral designs and decor for weddings and all planned personal and corporate events. Contemporary, softly elegant, old world, structural, and sculptural/abstract are just a few special design styles they can create to set the mood for your space. Randy and Tina believe that in a world full of mass production and sameness, that fine quality of hand crafted, individually made and designed accessories and accents are more important than ever. Uniqueness and customization is what they strive for…
Wicked Willow does not operate a retail showroom. Consultations are by appointment only. phone 410.925.7990 http://www.wickedwillow.com/index.shtml

Wicked Willow will occupy the space where for more than 23 years Edmondson TV Repair has operated a Catonsville Location. If you need a Television repaired You can still reach Ken Lang at his Eldersburg Store 410 795 0800.

2 comments:

Super April said...

The name "Wicked Willow" makes be think of 6th season Buffy the Vampire Slayer:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willow_Rosenberg#Dark_Willow

KerryLeVasseur.com said...

Hi Craig,

Thanks for doing so much for Catonsville. I have lived here since I graduated from UMBC in 2000, and just started a small business here last week. My blog is kerrylevasseur-com.blogspot.com and my web site is levasseurcreative.com - I have your blog as one of the links on mine, because I enjoy it so much.

I am a member of the Woman's Club of Catonsville, and hope to help them grow by starting a Web presence for them, using things such as blogs and Twitter.com, a free service which is a lot of fun to use, and helps small businesses to network.

My twitter is: twitter.com/mylifesdesign

Thanks again,

Kerry LeVasseur
President/CEO
LeVasseurCreative.com

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