Kind-Hearted Florist Transforms Donated Wedding Flowers Into Beautiful Bouquets for Elderly, Sick
A woman with a heart of gold is collecting wedding flowers and turning them into stunning arrangements for the elderly, sick, and those in hospice.
Shawn Chamberlain has found a unique way to repurpose wedding flower bouquets and centerpieces.
She turns them into beautiful vase arrangements that she brings to people in hospitals, nursing homes and hospice. Many of them don't get visitors regularly.
She first came up with the idea while tending the garden at a hospice. Bride and grooms can donate their wedding flowers to Shawn’s organization, Full Bloom and help recycle the love from their big day.
Shawn tells INSIDE EDITION that the flowers really benefit people more than she was anticipating. She has volunteers help create the arrangements and deliver the flowers. This is a really unique way to brighten someone's day.
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