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Karin's Florist

  • Address:
    527 Maple Ave East
    Vienna, VA 22180
  • Phone:
    (703) 592-0952
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Karin’s Florist was established on October 26, 1956, at 7 Corners Shopping Center, by Bill Dukas and his father-in-law, George Raptis. It was one of the original stores in 7 Corners Mall, which was one of the first regional shopping malls in the U.S. Named after Bill’s first born child and George’s first grandchild, the business opened with only 4 employees.

Today, Karin’s has over 25 in-store employees and 6 drivers. The physical size of the store has more than doubled, profits have increased steadily but most importantly, customer service is still #1.

We attribute that success to the uniqueness of the store, our personnel and our loyal customers. We achieve this by relying on top designers and delivery people and top quality flowers and gifts. Our professional designers can take a customer’s vision and make it come to life. We have a great team, always striving to make sure that we not only meet but exceed our customer’s expectations.