Little Blessings opens on the square

Jodi Camp/Franklin Favorite

Cassie Groves, owner of Little Blessings a new business on the square that opened on October 2, stands behind the counter at her shop where she sells, bath products, clothing and fragrances, as well as personalized floral arrangements.

Little Blessings, 112 W. Kentucky Ave., owned and operated by Cassie Groves, opened on the South side of the square on Oct. 2.

"Franklin is such a loving town and the merchants here are incredible, everybody has been so supportive and I mean just phenomenal people," Groves said.

She has a second store in Cross Plains, Tennessee, but wanted to branch out.

"Little Blessings is more like my little blessings, this place is for me and I don't mean that to sound flaky or anything like that, I have in here the things I look for in another place and I already have one that has purpose, so why not have one that has purpose for me," Groves said.

The boutique sells women's clothing and plus sized clothing, goat milk soaps, bath bombs, jewelry, fragrances, candies and floral arrangements.

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There is also a brand, Ivory Ella, which gives 10 percent of sales to anti-poaching causes for elephants.

Groves said it is important to her that everything in her store is affordable and she is trying to bring in as much local products as she can.

She also offers floral arrangements that she personally creates per order. Groves also has a wooden cross with a flower arrangement that can be personalized for an event for rent for $75.

"It is my passion, it is art," Groves said about creating floral arrangements. "It is my happy place."

Prices for the arrangements depend on several factors, including the type of container and flowers used for the arrangement. Groves said her arrangements are the same quality of those around here, but at a lower cost.

"I'm just hoping Franklin gives me a chance," Groves said. "I can't wait for everybody to see what I have to offer."

Little Blessings is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday. For more information, call 615-715-1179.

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