Posts tagged wedding bouquet
Sharon + David | Sassafras Springs Vineyards & Winery wedding

Featuring Locally Grown Flowers!

This happy couple requested vibrant flowers and specifically as many locally grown flowers as possible. We were happy to oblige! In this area, it can be difficult to get March blooms. However, the weather cooperated and we were able to use about 80% locally grown product, including anemones and daffodils. We love working with local farmers to source beautiful Arkansas flora! This wedding was an abundance of bright blooms, lush greenery, and pure joy.

Happy Anniversary, Sharon & David!

Wednesday What's In It?

You've probably looked at a bouquet before and wondered what just what are the names of those beautiful blooms.  

In this bouquet:

  • Fritallia: Available Jan-Mar
  • Hellebore: Available Jan-Mar
  • Pieris Japonica: Available Feb-Apr, Aug-Oct
  • Fringe Tulip: Available Dec-May
  • Calla Lily: Available all year
  • Anemone: Available Dec-Apr


Do you have an image you're curious about?  Just email it to and I'll take a look.

Spring is Coming!

In the midst of Valentine's Day, we often forget that another important day falls in the month of February - Groundhog's Day. There are plenty of theories on how correct Punxsutawney Phil's predictions are, but for us his is our favorite! (Of course, we also rely on our flowers, Almanacs, and weather...but it's still fun to play along.) So, did he see his shadow or not? Will this winter be a little longer or are our beautiful days of Spring fast approaching? Drum roll please...

Of course, we are more than excited to see that Spring will be coming soon. It is probably our favorite time of year because there are some flowers that we can only get in Spring such as: Daffodils, Tulips, Hyacinth, Lily of the Valley, and the list goes on. Depending on the area you are from, you may be able to find these beauties after the average growing season is over, however, since they are all bulb plants it will be more difficult to find them outside of Spring. 

As we patiently (or maybe not so patiently) wait for the first blooms of Daffodils to dot our yards, we plan on filling our days with inspirations for the trends that are coming this Spring. Follow along as we share the trends and our inspirations for Spring with you because for us this time period is like waiting for Christmas morning all over again!!


Daffodils can make a beautiful statement in a spring bouquet.

Tulips are the quintessential spring flower. They are beautiful alone or mixed with other blooms.

Hyacinth are a beautiful spring option for someone wanting some different from the norm. They add a great texture when mixed with other blooms.
**All images above are for our inspiration and come from a variety of sources on Google.**