Florist believes in kindness


By Nancy Edwards

Many people love to give, whether through volunteering, random acts of kindness, or baking a loved one a special dish.

Tracy Mosby believes that giving and receiving flowers produce happiness; this is the feeling she gets when creating a special bouquet for a wedding, anniversary, birthday, or “just because.”

“Studies have shown having a beautiful arrangement in your home or office, will actually reduce stress, lower blood pressure and change your mood,” she said. “And, it’s cheaper than medicine.”

Mosby is the owner of Bella’s Blooms in Fishers. She also creates arrangements for funerals, in addition to making gift baskets. The boutique also carries a large inventory of rental vases, columns, lighted paper lanterns, & party decorations.

“I love taking a bride and groom’s concept of their special day, and turning their dreams into a reality,” Mosby said. “I also love to work with customers that want the final arrangement for their loved one designed, so it will show who that person was, and express their love for them through flowers.”

A resident of Fishers for 25 years, Mosby enjoys the variety of things to do in Fishers, whether attending a concert at the new Amphitheater, dropping by Conner Prairie for an afternoon, or attending a baseball or soccer game at one of the parks. She and her husband, Pete, have four children, Ryan, Jarrod, Rachel and Chris, and two grandchildren, Mason and Bella.

As busy as Mosby is, she said she likes being spontaneous and enjoys giving to others.

“Life is not about making money,” she said, “It’s about being the best person you can possibly be and helping others and making others’ lives easier with kind gestures.”