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Tracey Morris

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Tracey Morris


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Beautiful Blooms


“I love being a part of someone’s special day and helping to make it perfect! I get to work with lots of different people and different styles,” said Tracey Morris, purveyor of cats and cuteness, and the mind behind the floral design studio Ella & Louie (named for her well-loved rescue kitties). After attending UCSB, Morris found a job at a florist shop and has been creating beautiful arrangements for folks, events, and businesses ever since. You can make her flowers a part of your Valentine’s Day this Friday, February 13, at the “Oh Shit Tomorrow Is Valentine’s Day” pop-up event at Municipal Winemakers (22 Anacapa St.; 931-6864) at which there will be jewelry, chocolate, flowers, and, of course, wine.

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