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Here, we are one geography:
every part of us inked on a map
where, across all the blue waters,
continents’ edges inexplicably match.
— JANE HIRSHFIELD

earth-friendly practices 

Flowers need good soil, good air, and good sunlight to grow. We believe that in order to continue making breath-taking arrangements for your most celebrated moments, we must embrace and honor our natural environment. Below of are some of our guiding principles to ensure there will be beauty in the fields for generations to come:

  • All leftover organic materials (stems, leaves, buds) are composted and used in a local garden 

  • Minimize floral foam for our larger arrangements by creating reusable structures using chicken wire and water tubes

  • We always source locally first. What flowers cannot be obtained locally are purchased directly from farms, cut to order, and overnighted to our location

  • By ordering directly from farms for each event, we minimize electricity usage. Bypassing the standard supply chain traditional florists participate avoids hundreds of hours of refrigeration and the associated energy use. 

  • We source many of our vessels, especially for vintage and eclectic weddings, from Goodwill and other thrift stores. We then donate them back once the event is over.