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The Big "C" Cost of Wedding Florals!

It's hard to know what to expect when you are considering the cost for planning a wedding. With so much information, vendors, and unexpected expenses it can be an overwhelming task. When it comes to flowers, I have put together a simple package in line with industry standards that will give couples a heads up on how to plan for the cost of wedding florals. On average a couple should plan on 10% of their total wedding budget for flowers. For example, if your total wedding budget is $25,000, you should plan on spending $2,500.00 on your wedding flowers. Wedding flowers should be artfully designed to reflect the theme and style of your event. From the minute your guests arrive they will have a

New Wedding Rentals This Spring & Fall!

We are committed to providing our wedding clients with new and interesting concept pieces for the weddings and events. That's why I am so excited to be working with a talented and skilled wood crafter who will be building three new arbors for us this year! In addition to bringing on new lanterns and hanging illuminations, we will be adding new Arbors & Anchor Pieces! One such Item is a Chuppah! Dictionary result for chuppah /ˈKHo͝opə,ˈho͝opə/ noun a canopy beneath which Jewish marriage ceremonies are performed. I'd like to create some variation of this image from a wedding in Aspen Colorado. I love the natural look and I think the rustic appear would be perfect for WNC. Naturally we will us

We Grow Our Own!

One of our passions is to provide the freshest possible local flowers. We love the beauty that is produced from the earth and the variety that it yields. As part of the Farmer -Florist Collective, we grow a small batch of organic flowers. Our old growth blooms include - Organic Lilac from Oregon, PeeGee Hydrangea, Lambs ear, and California Spray roses! Each Spring we source directly from our garden, tulips of the Holland variety, Local Jonquils, Allium, and Hyacinth. We choose organic varieties and use a microbial based soil that we produce and cultivate here in Western North Carolina. I find that these varieties grow thicker and fuller than the greenhouse varieties and because of their Heir

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