Carlisle's Lace and Birch caters to your party needs

News Jan 29, 2020 by Julia Lovett-Squires Flamborough Review

Flowers, furniture and décor can be found in Carlisle, where the newest addition to its downtown core offers a one-stop shop for all things wedding and event planning.

Lace and Birch got its start in Toronto and most recently expanded into the quaint village of Carlisle, according to owner Jill Ramos, lead planner and florist.

After a number of years in the wedding industry, Ramos began her own company as a side venture before deciding to take “that scary leap." In August 2018, that side venture turned it into a full-time business that caters to every kind of event.

Located at the corner of Centre and Carlisle roads, Ramos travels around the Greater Toronto Area to help turn clients’ dreams into realities.

“I like how people just do what they feel now instead of following the tradition. Every wedding is so different and so unique, which is what I really love about the industry too,” she said.

The business, which celebrated its grand opening Jan. 18, offers clients a wide range of services from floral arrangements, planning and furniture rentals to vendor recommendations for photography, videography, makeup and hair styling.

“It just kind of makes it easier when you have it all in-house," said Ramos, adding, "Sometimes it gets confusing when there’s a planner and a decorator and a florist and there’s all these different people that you have to communicate (with) as a client.

“I find a lot of people like it when is all under one roof."

Carlisle's Lace and Birch caters to your party needs

News Jan 29, 2020 by Julia Lovett-Squires Flamborough Review

Flowers, furniture and décor can be found in Carlisle, where the newest addition to its downtown core offers a one-stop shop for all things wedding and event planning.

Lace and Birch got its start in Toronto and most recently expanded into the quaint village of Carlisle, according to owner Jill Ramos, lead planner and florist.

After a number of years in the wedding industry, Ramos began her own company as a side venture before deciding to take “that scary leap." In August 2018, that side venture turned it into a full-time business that caters to every kind of event.

Located at the corner of Centre and Carlisle roads, Ramos travels around the Greater Toronto Area to help turn clients’ dreams into realities.

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“I like how people just do what they feel now instead of following the tradition. Every wedding is so different and so unique, which is what I really love about the industry too,” she said.

The business, which celebrated its grand opening Jan. 18, offers clients a wide range of services from floral arrangements, planning and furniture rentals to vendor recommendations for photography, videography, makeup and hair styling.

“It just kind of makes it easier when you have it all in-house," said Ramos, adding, "Sometimes it gets confusing when there’s a planner and a decorator and a florist and there’s all these different people that you have to communicate (with) as a client.

“I find a lot of people like it when is all under one roof."

Carlisle's Lace and Birch caters to your party needs

News Jan 29, 2020 by Julia Lovett-Squires Flamborough Review

Flowers, furniture and décor can be found in Carlisle, where the newest addition to its downtown core offers a one-stop shop for all things wedding and event planning.

Lace and Birch got its start in Toronto and most recently expanded into the quaint village of Carlisle, according to owner Jill Ramos, lead planner and florist.

After a number of years in the wedding industry, Ramos began her own company as a side venture before deciding to take “that scary leap." In August 2018, that side venture turned it into a full-time business that caters to every kind of event.

Located at the corner of Centre and Carlisle roads, Ramos travels around the Greater Toronto Area to help turn clients’ dreams into realities.

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“I like how people just do what they feel now instead of following the tradition. Every wedding is so different and so unique, which is what I really love about the industry too,” she said.

The business, which celebrated its grand opening Jan. 18, offers clients a wide range of services from floral arrangements, planning and furniture rentals to vendor recommendations for photography, videography, makeup and hair styling.

“It just kind of makes it easier when you have it all in-house," said Ramos, adding, "Sometimes it gets confusing when there’s a planner and a decorator and a florist and there’s all these different people that you have to communicate (with) as a client.

“I find a lot of people like it when is all under one roof."