Saturday, June 18, 2011

Bienvenue!


Nothing says welcome like a 'carpet' of rose petals.  This lovely little flower shop makes it very hard to resist stepping inside!

19 comments:

Suzi said...

Hor right you are Virginia. I saw so many perfect fleurists in Paris. It was inspiring .

Shell Sherree said...

Better than a trail of breadcrumbs, any day. Those petals would entice me inside for a closer look.

Cezar and Léia said...

A path of rose petals, that's really a bienvenue!
God bless you!
Cezar

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

A welcoming scene ...

Italo said...

Dear Virginia the idea is very poetic. BUt.... I think the employees hate it :D

la fourchette said...

I know this shop! I've shot it as well! What fun - this small world full of lovely people who can see such everyday beauty.

Bon weekend, Virginia.
leslie

Leif Hagen said...

That's a clever, eye-catching idea to tempt visitors to stop in! Could you smell the roses?
Ciao, V!

M said...

Fetching! Definitely makes me want to take a closer look. It inspires romantic thoughts and, is that a waft of essence of rose I detect?

Karena said...

Absolutely lovely and I would never have thought to do this little border of rose petals!

xoxo
Karena
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martinealison said...

Absolument magique...
bisous

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Lovely entrance and I can even see the leaves of a hydrangea on the left... very inviting!

Harriet said...

Those Parisiens are always so clever....and we are so lucky to have you capturing it all for us.

frenchstage said...

What a great way to draw customers into their shop :)

Jack said...

A path of rose petals!!! You hang around in classy parts of town, Virginia.

Starman said...

An interesting use of rose petals.

Alexa said...

Great capture, V! So romantic, poetic, lovely—and they didn't skimp either. :~}

Louise said...

The florists of Paris are always a joy! They look so fabulous. I bet this one smelt magnificent too.

James said...

Very welcoming! I hope you went in. :)

Viennese Girl Vreni said...

What a nice idea! I love it!