We do not do full service flowers for weddings or events. We provide buckets of flowers and a la carte items. Pick up or delivery of your order is generally the afternoon or evening before the date but in some instances can be the day of. We do our best to provide you with the information that you need for ordering the right amount of flowers.
Can I do DIY Buckets of flowers and have you handle the bouquet/boutonnières?
Absolutely! We offer a la carte services so you can easily pick and choose how you want to pull off your event.
for any occasion!
We sell seasonal and sustainably grown flowers and botanicals in two gallon buckets. Each bucket contains a mix of flowers, foliage and textural accents that should give you everything you need to make beautiful arrangements. We don't count the stems but we fill the buckets as much as we can without damaging them. There should be enough plant material to make 5 to 7 quart jar arrangements depending on your style. Each bucket will contain a limited number of premium flowers such as peonies, dahlias, lisianthus, sunflowers or hydrangeas depending upon your requests. If you want a larger quantity of any particular flower, they are available at a per stem cost usually around $2/stem. The price per stem may vary a little either way depending on the variety and availability.
BUCKETS OF FLOWERS
- Mixed bucket of our choice: $55
- Mixed bucket with specific color palette: $65
- Customized bucket, contains 35 premium flowers such as peonies, dahlias and lisianthus: $70
If you order the customized bucket which contains only flowers, we recommend adding a bucket of greens and fillers ($45) for every two buckets of flowers.
For larger quantities of one type of flower, email us with your request for an estimate.
General pricing for wedding items that is subject to change with customization.
- Arrangements: starting at $25
- Boutonnieres: $15
- Bridal Bouquets: $65 - $85
- Bridesmaid Bouquets: $55
- Corsages (using wrist bracelets): $25 - $35
- Floral Crowns: Child $30 - Adult $40
Frequently Asked Questions
We only use what we grow
We accept requests for specific types of flowers but we cannot guarantee that they will be available due to the variations in the weather. We do our best to accommodate specific color themes and favorite flower requests but sometimes substitutions may be necessary. We do not order through third party vendors and use only what we grow. Our flowers are usually available late June through mid October.
When should I get my flowers?
For weddings and rehearsal dinners we require a $100 deposit to secure your date and we then reserve that week to cut and/or arrange for your special event.
Reservations can be made up to a year in advance and we can accommodate last minute reservations depending on flower availability.
For the DIY bride, the best way to keep your stress level low is to carve out half a day the day before the event to do your own arrangements. We suggest picking up your flowers two days before your event, (or at least early in the morning one day before your event).
For all others, reserve a date here and we will be in touch about next steps.
We recommend the book Fresh from the Field Wedding Flowers by Lynn Byczynski and Erin Benzakein for all your DIY Bride needs. While the printed version is not longer published, there's a great e-book available at little cost. (We don’t receive anything from these authors or publisher; we just love this book)
Surf our Pinterest page and see what inspires us. Maybe it will inspire you?
Limited delivery service within an hour's distance from the farm (1406 Bayside Road, Trenton Maine) but farm pickup is preferred.
While you don't have to keep your flowers in the fridge, we suggest transporting them in an air conditioned vehicle (never in the back of a pick-up truck), storing them in a cool basement or air conditioned room.
How many flowers do I need?
If we know the size and number of your containers and arrangements we can help you calculate the number of stems needed. You can experiment with similar size containers that you plan to use for the event. Then you can count the number of focal flowers, the secondary flowers and the amount of greenery and textural items that you used. Quart jars need about 20 to 30 stems to look full and smaller jars need about 10 or 12 stems. Larger vases need more. Most bridal bouquets use 40 to 50 stems, boutonnieres and corsages use 3 to 5 stems and sometimes more. Often suggested as a general rule is to order 20 percent extra than the amount you think you need. That way if things get damaged in transit or during arranging, you have enough to work with. Always better to have a little more than not enough.