Our boutique is located in Perth’s historic Code’s Mill building. With its romantic heritage feel, this building has become a leading wedding destination province-wide. Kelly’s charming boutique-style décor plays off of the original stonework and architecture and boasts a breathtaking selection of fresh flowers & plants designed to suit any occasion. Stop in to shop our exclusive jewelry line, and find remarkable pieces to add to your personal home and garden collection.
The Kelly's Team
Krista Mackler, owner & designer
Krista's passion for flowers began in highschool when she began working for Kelly's as a part time student and upon graduating PDCI in 1998, made it her goal to someday become owner of “the nicest flower shop in town.” In 1999 she attended the Algonquin College Floral Program and continued her training in 2000 through Guelph University's Wedding Design Program. Under former owners Peggy Paul, Cathie & Dale McCabe and Pascale Mapleston, Krista received guidance and training in the areas of design and business which prepared her to purchase Kelly's on May 1st, 2014. Growing up on a local farm has taught Krista the importance of supporting local growers and therefor sources as much as she can locally. As a director on the Perth BIA and member of the parent council at Stewart School, Krista is an active member in the Perth community. Krista resides here in Perth with her husband Mike Mackler and their two daughters Kaylee and Skylar.
Jessica Lemay, designer
Jesssica is very excited to be joining the team at Kelly's flowers. She is originally from Iqaluit, Nunavut and spent some time in the Yukon before settling in Smiths Falls with her three dogs and husband. She graduated from the floral design course at Algonquin college in 2004 and worked at In Bloom in Kanata for three years. Then she worked in the Byward Market running a flower stand and managing a shoe store. She is currently work part-time in the health care field as a personal support worker. It was more than ten years ago that she got the opportunity to do a placement at Kelly's as a floral design student and couldn't be happier to have the opportunity to be back. She is looking forward to starting this new chapter in her life and meeting all your friendly faces.
Sharon Mahon, designer
Many of you may recognize Sharon from the formerly known Sinclair's Flowers here in Perth, where she spent 14 years as a designer. Sharon was welcomed as part of the Kelly's design team in November of 2011 and continues to specialize in traditional and contemporary sympathy arrangements. Recently titled the “plant lady”, Sharon is our resident plant expert with her ability to answer just about any question regarding plant-care. Sharon is a longtime Perth resident with her husband Kevin Mahon, where they have raised their three sons Josh (Molly), Nick (Michelle) and Brandon. Sharon is also the very proud grandmother to her adorable grandson Joseph.
Angela has spent the last three years out east with her husband and small child, but is originally from Smiths Falls and currently resides in Carleton Place. She worked in Graphic Design for the past 10 years and brings her experience into her floral design work. Angela is also a very talented painter. She studied floral design through Ashworth and Algonquin College. She loves bright colour combinations and modern and contemporary designs. We are excited to have Angela be a part of our design team with intensive design experience.
We would like to welcome our newest member of our team, Janelle. She is originally from London, Ontario and moved to Perth as a young girl with her family, who live in a double red brick farmhouse just outside of town. She will be graduating from Algonquin College this spring from the Business Management and Entrepreneurship program and will be continuing her education by apprenticing as a floral designer with us through the Algonquin College Community Employment Services program. She is a talented piano player and loves her black lab, Lily. Please help us welcome her to our team by stopping by to say hi.