Huntsville’s French-inspired flower truck has been “blooming” ever since 2020 and the 1963 Ford Econoline isn’t pumping the breaks any time soon.
Noella’s Flowers announced on Instagram that its very first storefront will open on Saturday, April 9, at 10:00 a.m. at the historic Stovehouse, unit 450. The first 50 customers in line will receive a surprise and fun happenings will continue throughout the day before its closing at 6 p.m.
The local business stated, “[W]e have worked so hard on our storefront, and truly believe that it will be a magical experience every time you come visit!”
Noella’s was founded with the idea that joy is found by being present in the special moments of life, and that even on the tough days, beauty can still be found. Noella’s also carries with it a special mission to donate a portion of all proceeds to Make it Matter: The Collective.
Make it matter is a local nonprofit committed to providing hope for foster teens aging out of the child welfare system. Their mission is to transition foster teens to self-sufficiency by working with community partners to provide one-on-one mentoring, quality housing, and other supportive services.