photo by Will and D Photography
Ordering DIY Bulk Flower Buckets
Are you considering designing your own wedding flowers? Whether you just love working with flowers, or you are trying to stay on a tighter budget, you can still have the highest quality local blooms at your wedding. We offer buckets of fresh, local, seasonal flowers grown on our farm, and harvest your flowers especially for your event. Buckets will be filled with an assortment of focal flowers, filler flowers, foliage, and herbs based on your season and your chosen color palette. Buckets are $85 each and have an average of 50 stems in them, though stem count varies based on variety.
Design consultations are not included with DIY orders, however you are welcome to submit a mood board, photo, or Pinterest link along with your order to help us visualize the look you are going for while we harvest your flowers. You plan how many buckets to order based on the arrangements you intend to make and submit our order form via email, keeping in mind that while we do our best to fill requests for specific flowers, due to weather and other factors, we cannot guarantee them. Brides choosing DIY flowers should be flexible in their vision and willing to work with a variety of flowers. On Pinterest we have boards arranged by month where you can see what types of flowers are generally available the month of your event. https://www.pinterest.com/nancyviseth/
Flowers will need to be picked up by appointment 1 to 2 days before your event. While you may borrow our buckets when you pick up the flowers, all borrowed items must be returned to the farm within one week of your event to avoid charges. If you choose to bring your own buckets, they need to be meticulously clean to ensure vase life and quality. A straight sided two gallon bucket from a paint or hardware store is usually a good size.
Reservations are recommended well in advance of your event. If you would like more information, please fill out the contact form and we will be in touch with more details within 48 to 72 business hours.