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We provide wedding design services throughout the sea to sky corridor and beyond pushing the boundaries of traditional floral design. We do this by having two arms of business: a design studio + a local flower farm.

Our designs aim to emulate the ease and chaos of nature while giving great thought and attention to form, texture and colour. We feel this is best done when we can grow a unique variety of flowers ourselves and allow them to own their natural form, movement and presence – in the field and in the vase.

We also offer mindful botanical workshops supporting creativity, community and the art of slowing down.

Check out our 2020 CSA Flower Subscriptions, too!


image by Reannan Shay Studios

can we speak in flowers.

it will be easier for me to understand.

– Nayyirah Waheed