Seasonal wedding flowers


A la carte and DIY wedding flowers

Bring a sense of place to your Oregon coast wedding with seasonal, locally grown flowers and greenery.  Choose from DIY bulk blooms to arrange with your guests, our a la carte menu of wedding elements, or both.

We love nothing more than using our flowers to make beautiful bouquets, wearables, and centerpieces. Let us take care of the fiddlier pieces like bridal and bridesmaid bouquets, boutonnieres, corsages, and flower crowns while you have fun arranging centerpieces with friends and family!

The grower will select the best of what’s available the week of your wedding so everything you make is fresh and beautiful.  The blooms in your buckets will vary with the season, ensuring that your wedding and future photos are uniquely coastal.

Are you having a destination wedding? Don’t worry about bringing flowers with you from the city! Our farm is close to Lincoln City, Pacific City, Neskowin, and Gleneden Beach, and less than an hour from Newport and Tillamook. Flowers can be picked up or delivered.

Trav Williams, Broken Banjo Photography

Oregon coast wedding flowers, bridal bouquet
Trav Williams, Broken Banjo Photography
Oregon coast wedding flowers, boutonniere
Trav Williams, Broken Banjo Photography
Oregon coast DIY wedding flowers, Lincoln City, Neskowin, Pacific City, Gleneden Beach, Newport

Reserve the best blooms for your wedding!

Oregon coast wedding flowers: Neskowin, Pacific City, Lincoln City, Gleneden Beach, Newport

Trav Williams, Broken Banjo Photography

What can we make for you?

  • Bridal bouquets
  • Bridesmaid bouquets
  • Boutonnieres
  • Flower crowns
  • Corsages
  • Hair pieces
  • Centerpieces
  • Altar pieces
  • And more!
Trav Williams, Broken Banjo Photography
Arranging DIY wedding flowers at the Oregon coast
Lea Martin

Are you ready to arrange your own wedding flowers?

Arranging flowers is a beautiful way to bring guests together before your wedding.  But DIY is a lot of work: are you prepared? Consider:

  • Time: How long will it take to arrange? Flowers are best arranged no more than a day or two ahead.
  • Tools and Containers: Do you have clippers, wire, ribbon, etc? What will you put your flowers in?
  • Space: Arranging flowers is wet and messy. Do you have somewhere out of the sun and wind to work?
  • Storage: Where will you keep the  flowers before and after arranging?
  • Transportation: How will you get the flowers to your venue? Who will set them out?
  • Cleanup: Who will take them away? What will happen to the containers and leftover flowers?
Arranging DIY wedding flowers at the Oregon coast
Lea Martin

Galleries

Photos by Trav Williams, Broken Banjo Photography

Photos by Lea Martin

Pacific City wedding at the Oregon coast
Neskowin weddings at the Oregon coast
Lincoln City weddings at the Oregon coast