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The Kindness Bouquet

Williamsburg's Local Florist

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I love to send flowers and always try to use florists local to the recipients address. I've got several florists around the country. I always ask for a photo so I can see the quality of the work and decide if I want to continue using that florist or try another one. Morrison's Flowers & Gifts have my business for anyone in the Williamsburg area! I ordered 2 bouquets on the same day for 2 different people and they BOTH were outstanding! Some of the best I've ever seen. -Kate Burrows


Mom lives in VA and I am in CO, so finding a local & reliable shop was important since I couldn’t check on things myself. Website worked well and ordering was easy, and they emailed me once everything was delivered! Thanks for making Mother’s Day easy! -Madeline Walters


An absolutely stunning arrangement of flowers were delivered in time for my wife's birthday...I could not be more pleased with her gift and she was amazed!! Thank you and the online ordering and delivery were flawless...if I lived locally, you would definitely be my florist!! -Anil Apana


Awesome customer service! Our daughter had plans change for prom and ended up going with just friends. We didn’t think about ordering her a corsage until the day of. We went to Morrisons just to get something, after explaining the situation, they decided to make a corsage on the spot! Thank you Morrisons for saving the day. -Mia Wilson


We came on vacation to Williamsburg and my husband sent me flowers from your shop. They were absolutely Beautiful!!! I also was able to bring them home after being there, for 6 days and they are still Beautiful!!! I would highly recommend this business!!! -Sharon D' Angelo

The Kindness Bouquet is in honor of Joshua Chamberlain Peck. Ten Dollars of every sale goes toward The Kindness Club at Laurel Lane Elementary School in Williamsburg, Virginia.
Joshua was a fourth grader at Laurel Lane Elementary when he died due to complications from a rare strain of bacterial meningitis. Joshua is remembered for his kindness, helping others, and his love for classic VWs, among other things. Some of the ways in which Joshua spread kindness during his lifetime include teaching kindergarteners how to use computers during his recess, keeping the "Penguin Pantry" stocked for faculty and staff, finding opportunities to help teachers in any way possible, providing books and toys to children in need, and making local food donations.
The Kindness Club was started by a Laurel Lane faculty member to provide children at the school with similar opportunities to spread kindness. The hope is that The Kindness Club will continue to grow and spread to other elementary schools in Williamsburg and beyond.
The links below provide more information about Joshua and The Kindness Club. The Kindness Bouquet features green and gold, which were Joshua's favorite colors. Thank you for your support and helping spread kindness in Joshua's honor!