Weddings & Events

I LOVE to create wedding flowers! Bridal bouquets, coordinating bridesmaids’ bouquets, boutonnieres, flower crowns, table decor, installations – it’s a total rush for me to make these for you, especially if you value local, seasonal flowers!

I consider my style somewhat rustic, in that I like to mix what I grow and what I forage to create unique designs. I use locally grown, seasonal flowers, greenery and herbs, sourced directly from my farm or from other western Massachusetts farmers, but I’m also happy to source in non-local flowers to mix with our home-grown ones if that’s what your heart (and the season!) desires!  

First step: check out past weddings, browse my instagram, and see if you like my style. Get inspired! Read my post about how I do wedding consultations for full service weddings.

Next step: email me, and we’ll set up a time to talk!

bride holding wedding flowers
Brittany and Patrick's wedding was so personal and unique! They chose a turn-of-the-century (before last!) theme, and everything - from
Yanet and Jon's wedding had to move from my neck of the woods (western Massachusetts) to Maine because of the
I was honored to be part of a wedding shoot this past fall - it pushed me out of my
Jessica and Mike wanted a turn of the century themed wedding, and what better location than Wisteriahurst, the historic mansion
bride and groom
Michele and Graham are what I like to call "planty people." Both work in horticulture. Both love plants. And so
flowers on a table
When I first met with Grace and Chris it was clear Grace had a vision for her wedding. She wanted
Kylie and Anthony were married on the only rainy day of my 2019 wedding flower season - but guess what?
My husband and I met while working at a hotel that did assembly-line weddings. I was a banquet waitress and
bride and groom
I thought it would be useful to write out a little outline of how the consultation and booking process goes
wedding couple
When Dana told me she wanted her wedding flowers to be the colors of a pale summer sunset, I knew

Like what you see? Email me and let’s talk!

And in case you’re wondering what is in season, when, I think your best bet to see what I grow and when, look through my Facebook page and my Instagram page, and here’s a general guideline:

  • January – April: I will need to source out. I can often get locally grown greenhouse flowers April-May, and I try to source direct from other flower farmers whenever possible. Most flowers are available if we go far enough afield, so let’s talk!
  • May: lilacs and bulb flowers (tulips, fancy daffodils, leucojeum) and flowering branches as well as, depending on the weather, peonies and anenomes.
  • late May – June: peonies! also the tulips, leucojeum, orlaya, delphinium, larkspur, sweet william, salvia, lupine, anenome, snapdragons, clematis, eryngium, veronica, iris, various perennials.
  • July: snapdragons, early dahlias, daisies, rudbeckia, early sunflowers, phlox, various amazing perennials including eryngium, veronica, and astilbe.
  • August: DAHLIAS. And fancy zinnias, scabiosa, celosia, lisianthus, amaranthus, rudbeckia, sunflowers, as well as many different perennial flowers like veronica, butterfly bush and various grasses.
  • September: more DAHLIAS, hydrangea, zinnias, celosia, lisianthus, amaranthus, heirloom chrysanthemums, and lots of perennials.
  • October: is tricky! This is our month of frost, so depending on when it happens I could have dahlias or it will be whatever I can source out plus heirloom chrysanthemums, which are gorgeous and not the same kind of mums that you buy at the big box stores.
  • November: possibly heirloom chrysanthemums, but mostly outsourced flowers.
  • December: all things evergreen mixed with outsourced elements.

If you book your wedding or event early enough, I can also make sure what I’m growing fits what you’re looking for!