Results near Washington
We love designing florals, from sweet posies to extravagant bridal bouquets. Our style is loose and romantic, with particular attention to color and form. We are a full-service shop, from flowers-by-the-stem to large-scale events and wedding.
300 Occidental Ave S
Seattle, Washington 98104
We specialize in bold events and event production featuring custom builds and artful installations. Floral business educators at Curious Lola currently teaching Price and Profit Design for Floral Designers.
9669 Firdale Ave
Edmonds, Washington 98020
Local florist in Seattle's Eastside, First & Bloom specializes in local and sustainable flowers. All flowers are 100% American grown, utilizing as many eco-friendly practices as we can! Zero flower foam is used. Even the flower scraps are composted!
PO Box 97
Issaquah, Washington 98027
CASABLANCA FLORAL is a floral design studio servicing businesses and individuals in the greater Seattle area.Everything we do is custom-tailored for each client. Our style tends to be European in its inspiration and elegantly classic with a twist.
Kim Richards is owner/designer for Lollie Fleur, floral & garden. With over 10 years experience as a Master Gardener and studio florist, Kim embraces both floral and garden projects and special event work. She looks forward to designing with you.
P.O. Box 613
Mercer Island, Washington 98040
Jello Mold Farm is a five acre, diversified cut flower farm located in Washington State. Owners Diane Szukovathy and Dennis Westphall sell their crops to florists, event planners and retailers through the Seattle Wholesale Growers Market Cooperative.
P.O. Box 1976
Mount Vernon, Washington 98273
Botanical design rooted in the Pacific Northwest. Using locally grown & gathered flowers and foliage to create arrangements that are a bit wild and speak of this place and season.
5219 South Orchard Terrace
Seattle, Washington 98118
Called the "Mother of the Slow Flowers Movement," Debra Prinzing is the leading advocate for American Grown flowers and the people who grow and design with them. She hosts the weekly "Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing," free on Itunes.
P.O. Box 81152
Seattle, Washington 98102