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 What we do 


We work in both a full and partial service capacity meaning we provide your entire scope of event design to just a few items such as bouquets & boutonnieres. We also offer seasonal arrangements for that one off special occasion. 

We pride ourselves on working solely with seasonal products; meaning that our designs are dictated by what is available domestically and locally. The pricing shown is an estimate and can vary pending specific flowers. If you are interested in more information please contact me.



  • Bridal Bouquet - $150 - $500+ 
  • Bridesmaid Bouquet - $75+
  • Mini Bouquet - $50+
  • Corsage - $35+
  • Adult Floral Crown - $100+ 
  • Child Floral Crown - $50+
  • Boutonniere - Groom $20+; Other $15+
  • Toss Bouquet - $50+


  • Ceremony/Alter Arrangement - $150+ 
  • Arbor/Arch/Chuppah - $500+ 
  • Pew Decor - $40+
  • Aisle Petals - $150+


  • Cocktail Table - $50+
  • Small Table Arrangement (low) - $75+ 
  • Medium Table Arrangement (low) - $150+
  • Large Table Arrangement (low) - $200+ 
  • Tall Centerpiece - $200+
  • Sweetheart Table - $200+
  • Buffet - $175+
  • Garland - $30/foot


  • Cocktail Mini’s - $35+
  • Cake Flowers - $125+
  • Wreaths - $75+

Delivery & Set-Up 


Delivery ranges from 15-20% of total depending on your event location. If assistance is needed with placing items and a full-service contract was not booked there is a charge of $30 per hour. There is additional 10% fee for break-down at the end of the evening. 

Sales Tax is 6% of the total; not including delivery.

Event Flowers 101 - A Note from owner, ona pappas

If you are planning a wedding or special event there is very good chance that you have been on Pinterest, Instagram, and other online sites which provide a lot of beautiful ideas and get the creative juices flowing.

That said every florist/planner/designer I've ever met has a love/hate relationship with these useful albeit frustrating platforms. First of all, I love that images oftentimes can relay what we can't put into words. I love that by looking at your mood/inspiration boards I can really get a sense of where your going with theming, colors, and overall ambience. I will always go above and beyond for my clients and do my very best to bring their dreams to fruition. Where the frustrating part comes in with these platforms is the lack of education as to seasonal availability and pricing. Many times more often than not I am approached with what was styled photo shoot collaboration between a handful of professionals (florist/photographer/planner/etc). These photo shoots are always stunning, mouth-watering, and absolute perfection; however what is not shown is the very likely high price tag that the shoot came with as well as the actual timeframe in which the shoot was shot. These styled shoots often times have unlimited or very high budgets and are shot months before they appear online. 

We pride ourselves on solely working with flowers that are in season for a variety of reasons including freshness, sometime pricing, quality, and sustainability.  We also feel strongly that by supporting our local and American farmers we are giving back to our community and economy. 

Locally grown flowers, in my opinion, are always more vibrant, more robust, and smell beautiful because of course, they are fresh and usually cut 24-48 hours before they are used at your event. Below I have listed what is usually available each season within our area. This is not a complete list as there are too many to list but are the most often requested:

  • Spring Flowers
    Anemones, Ranunculus, Tulips, Bachelor Buttons, Baptisia, Carnations, Daffodils, Delphinium, Dianthus, Foxglove, Larkspur, Mint, Mock Orange, Snowbelles, Peonies,  Scabiosa, Snapdragon, Stock, Willow, Lily of the Valley, Allium, Narcissus, Hyacinth, and Virginia Bluebells

  • Summer Flowers
    Amaranth, Aster, Astilbe, Basil, Blackberries, Clematis, Dahlias, Hydrangea,  Jasmine, Cosmos, Dusty Miller, Geranium, Goldenrod, Lavender, Lisianthus, Mint, Ninebark, Phlox, Roses, Currant Tomatoes, Sage, Strawflowers, Sunflowers, Veronica, and Zinnia

  • Fall Flowers
    Celosia, Jasmine, Dahlia, Daisy, Eucalyptus, Gomphrena, Hypericum, Verbena, Marigold, Millet, Mums, Oakleaf Hydrangea, Rosemary, Rudbeckia, Sedum, and Winterberry

  • Winter
    This is the one season that tends to be the most challenging sourcing domestically. Locally it's mostly evergreens and some bulbs that are available however it can be quite adventurous and fun working with what Mother Nature is still providing in the winter. Roses are also still available from California through the mid to end of December.  


Here is a quick breakdown of some of the top flowers requested and where they lie in the realm of pricing:


Peonies, Garden Roses, Vanda Orchids, Calla Lilies, Stephanotis, Lily of the Valley, and Protea


Standard & Spray Roses, Cymbidium Orchids, Dendrobium Orchids, Dahlias, Hydrangeas, Ranunculus, Anemones, Dusty Miller, Exotic Foliage, and some greenery like Italian Ruscus 


Sunflowers, Daisies, Mums, Delphinium, Eucalyptus, Stock, and Herbs 


Carnations, Babys Breath, Grasses, Fern, and filler such as Waxflower 

I always do my best to work within a budget however I also like to be transparent with my clients as to what is possible and what is not. If you have further questions or would like to receive a proposal for your special event please contact me. I'm excited to hear from you!