Our DIY Flower Buckets are available for the 2020 season. If you have a wedding or event late-spring through early-fall 2020 contact me to reserve your flowers now!
What are DIY Flower Buckets?
Our growers choice DIY flower buckets are a great way to create bouquets for your wedding, party or event. Each bucket will include a mix of focal flowers, filler and greenery and will contain enough stems for you to create 5-7 quart-sized jar bouquets. DIY flower buckets are a great way to stretch your flower budget because you create the arrangements yourself!
How our DIY Flower Buckets work
Are Do-It-Yourself floral arrangements right for your event or party? Here are a few questions to consider. If you think DIY floral arrangements are right for you click the button below and we will contact you to talk about your specific needs and event date. Your order is not confirmed until we receive your deposit.
Things to consider
Do you like farm-style bouquets?
are you flexible with your flower choices?
We are a small family farm and grow seasonal flowers that depend so much on what mother nature decides to do. We will do everything we can to try to have certain colors more prominent than others but can not guarantee this. What we can guarantee are beautiful buckets of flowers ready for you to turn into beautiful arrangements.
Do you have time to make bouquets?
While creating your own floral arrangements is tons of fun, it does take time. Plan on 30-60 minutes per bucket to create your arrangements. For brides, think about the other details of your wedding. Will you want to add bouquet making to your to-do list?
do you have enough help?
Calling all creatives! Do you have enough people to help you create your arrangements? Make an evening of it, make it fun!
are you able to properly store your flowers?
Flowers need to be kept in a cool location out of direct sunlight, away from fresh fruit for no more than two days before your event, preferably one.
are you able to transport your arrangements to your event?
Once you have created your masterpieces are you able to transport them to your event safely?