DIY Wedding Flowers

Do It Yourself / Bulk Blooms & Foliage / Budget-Friendly

Bulk blooms and foliage are available during peak growing season (from March to November).

If you’ve got a background in Floral Design, or a family member or friend with that skillset, this could be a great, budget-friendly way for you to enjoy seasonal, organically grown, local flowers at your wedding.

DIY means “Do it Yourself”, so please understand that it really, truly means exactly that. If you choose this route for your centerpieces, bouquets, or other arrangements, please note that it does not include design or consultation.

For DIY Wedding Flowers:
  • You will be responsible for choosing the quantity and types of flowers and foliage you will need, and can order off the weekly availability list up to two weeks in advance of your wedding or event.
  • Wholesale pricing is only available to florists with a valid California Sellers Permit or Resale Certificate. 
  • Orders must be picked up at the studio in SLO during regular operating hours, or at Farmers Market.
  • No minimum order.  
  • 20% non-refundable deposit required. 
  • No guaranteed availability for more than two weeks in advance of your date.

Note: Online tutorials are in the works, showing how to make your own wedding flower arrangements.  If you’re thinking of doing your own wedding flowers, but you feel like you just need a little guidance, let us know you’re interested, and stay tuned! 

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Farmermaid Flower Full-Service Florals
Full Service Florals

With full service florals, the Farmermaid Flowers team handles everything from start to finish.  Each package is unique to each couple and includes everything from consultation & custom design services to delivery & installation.

A la carte florals
A-la-Carte Florals

The budget-friendly, flexible option for couples who want the creative guidance of a design consultation and some professionally designed arrangements, but can handle the set-up & installation themselves.

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