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Blooming new business run by Tiffin native

A Tiffin native has come back home and wants to share her love of flowers.

Kassandra Ringle is returning to the area from Columbus and is the owner of Rose Leaf Flowers.

Ringle has a degree from the Ohio State University in horticulture. She currently is working out of her parents house where she has a flower farm.

Ringle said she enjoys being able to grow her own flowers and work with them.

“I’ve always had a love of flowers,” Ringle said. “I have an eye for detail and a knack for design.”

Ringle said she will provide full services for weddings, bouquets, boutineers, bridesmaid flowers, flower girls, corsages, centerpieces, greenery for tables, arches, cake flowers and other events.

“I want to be there to help my brides visualize their vision,” Ringle said.

To help her get the word out about her shop, Ringle said she worked with area vendors to put together a photo shoot to showcase all aspects of events, venue, wedding cake and bridal boutique, and wedding dresses. Vendors included Winterberry Farm, Sarah J Photography, Ohio Homestead Photography, Maria Wahl Photography, Denie’s Sweet Oasis, Belle Amour Bridal, Your Premier Designs Accessory Stylist, Mandy’s Hair, Mary Kay, Headquarters and Looking Good Salon.

“This has been a great way to showcase these local vendors and get our names out there,” Ringle said.

For more information for Ringle and her services, visit, roseleafflowers.wixsite.com/mysite or www.facebook.com/RoseLeafFlowers/.

Ringle helps brides handle not only wedding flowers and flowers for events, but wedding planning and help with coordinating the day of the event.

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