For all life's Good and Bad Days

We are here for you.

We believe that flowers were given to us by God to use as a tool to express emotions. They have the power to make someone smile during their worst moments, and make a bride feel even more beautiful on her wedding day. 


We believe in trying something new and finding inspiration in the little things. 

We believe less is more; unless it is house plants then more is more. 

We are committed to the future of Miller, South Dakota, its churches, schools, businesses, and families. 

We are committed to going the extra mile to serve our customers, and treating people the way we want to be treated. 

We are committed to using our skills to bring joy to your life. 

We believe in creativity and we value the daily failures that come with it

We believe in always learning and trying new things

We believe that gardening is therapy for the soul and that you should surround yourself with people you love and things that bring you joy. 

We believe in creating something every day.

Our Story

Blevior began its journey in 2010 when Jaclyn Haun started selling flowers in her hometown of 300 people. As a high school student Jaclyn did prom corsages for 6 different schools by the time she graduated high school.

While Jaclyn pursued her Bachelor's of Horticulture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (GO BIG RED) she set out to grow her business in weddings and events. In between classes and campus activities she designed weddings for her own business, and freelance designed with Hillis & Co.

When the opportunity to study under one of the best wedding designers in San Diego arose she was quick to spend a summer learning. The next summer of college was spent gaining retail floral experience at Bachman's, the biggest flower shop in Minneapolis.

Blevior started out as a wedding florist in Lincoln, NE but after Jaclyn married her sweet rancher, Tyler, she moved to Miller, South Dakota.

On a negative 8 degree day on February 8th, 2019 Tyler and Jaclyn opened their retail store in a basement in Miller. Amid Covid-19 they moved the business to Main Street, then purchased the property on Highway 14 April of 2022.