Since 2010 we have been offering DIY options to our couples, but this wasn’t always the case, until the day when we heard from a very distressed bride-to-be. She called us in a panic because the Tulips she ordered online from a “wholesaler” had been left sitting in an un air conditioned Fed Ex warehouse! From that day forward we decided that we needed to offer some type of local option where trained floral professionals could handle trouble shooting with proven local wholesalers and farms.

Here’s How it Works

First you will need to fill out one of our online consultation forms. Please feel free to also send us an email with a few photos to reference too! Once we have a chance to review your information, we will contact you to set up a meeting.

Next, we will have a phone call where we can discuss your ideas and we will give you pricing for different flowers by the bunch to achieve your look. We will also discuss whether or not you would like to add on additional services such as delivery, or design services. Since this is DIY and we are hoping to save you as much money as we can, you will not be furnished with a written proposal or detailed email at this point. You will need a pen and paper handy for this meeting so you can record the information we are providing you with.

Once you make your selections, we will need you to email them to us. We will then send you the link to make your payment. Once your payment is received, you will be provided with a line item proposal, which will include photos and outline pick up or delivery details, and your receipt.

The week of your event or project we will receive all of your flowers, and cut and properly hydrate them in buckets or wrapped, as per your instructions. Then they will be all ready for pick up, or will be delivered to your location.

From there you and your crew can work your magic! We have seen some of the prettiest designs, made with so much love over the years, and can’t wait to help you do the same!

All photography above, courtesy of Golden Hours Photography.