a bit of earth


White and green wedding flowers, sustainable and locally grown


Pricing is determined by your needs. I'm happy to chat with you about your numbers and dreams and give you an estimate. For custom, full service weddings our price usually falls between $2000-$6000. I can help couples set priorities and economize.

Our first step is a conversation. Just call or shoot me an email. I like to see photos to decide if we are a good fit. Next we’ll meet in person at the garden/studio. (The goal is that this time be as fun as choosing your wedding cake flavors!)

Afterwards, I’ll email you a proposal. After you sign it and send your deposit, that date is saved just for you. I schedule a limited number of full service weddings each year and only one per weekend.  

DIY bride with wedding bouquet and crown


That's me in 1986! Although I had no experience, I chose to DIY most of my wedding flowers and have a florist make my crown and bouquet.  

If you are planning a DIY wedding, I can put together a beautiful palette of local and sustainable flowers for you to work with. I also offer bouquet and flower crown workshops & “a la carte” florals. Vases, ribbon, pins, tools, etc. are available for rent or purchase. When your flowers are finished the flower cooler will keep everything fresh until your wedding day. The minimum order is $500. (There is no delivery or set up with this option.)

Check out this wedding from last summer, combining a la carte and bulk florals. Perfect for a casual, outdoor wedding:



a la carte + diy

Mount Hermon Redwood Camp 2018

Photography by Jared Dyck — Click on any photo to view

Flower crown making party, DIY wedding flowers


Although weddings are the staple, I also design flowers for special dinner parties, showers, memorials, mitzvahs, corporate events, and farm-to-table suppers. My personal favorite is flower crown making parties!

Please use the contact page to reach me for a quick quote. I'd love to talk flowers with you.

(I’m not available to do one-time floral deliveries this year. I recommend you contact Bonny Doon Garden Company for this.)