Weddings and Event Florals

I am inspired by the seasons and the local flowers that can be found in the garden and at local flower farms. Every season in the Pacific Northwest has so much beauty to offer. 

Laura putting the finishing touches on a large display piece at Lairmont Manor.Laura putting the final touches on an autumn display arrangement at Lairmont Manor in Bellingham, Washington. 

Spring is bursting with romantic, lush, and fragrant flowers with lots of curves and layers of petals. Summer’s abundance has an unmatched wildness—full of color and symmetry.

A Beautiful Autumn Wedding at Lairmont Manor.This vibrant autumn design includes garden roses, heirloom chrysanthemums, rosehips, blueberry foliage, hops, eucalyptus, dahlias, and bronze fennel. (Photo: Kaylin Pinkett)

The coolness of Autumn is balanced with warm, floral tones and so much amazing texture. Even the spareness of Winter, with its ferns, bare branches, winter berries, evergreen foliage, and lush blooms grown in the warmth of the indoors, can brighten every gray season celebration.

Summer wedding in Bellingham with local flowers in a subdued palette with champagne, sage, and white.A summer wedding in Bellingham, WA with a subdued and elegant champagne, white, and sage color scheme. This design includes garden roses, lisianthus, eucalyptus, sedum, pincushion flowers, amaranth, cress, thistle, and dusty miller. (Photos: Sarah Joy Fields)

Flowers are beautiful, but they shine when surrounded by seasonal vines, foliage, berries and other garden treasures. 100% of the product I use is grown locally (most it is from my large garden). I love using delicate and unexpected ingredients that you may not have seen used in floral design. My children also are grown right here in my garden, so I don't spray my flowers with chemicals, but instead use sustainable and earth-friendly gardening practices. I produce very little waste by using packaging with minimal/recyclable/reusable materials.

A DaVinci inspired summer garden wedding with sunflowers, rudbeckia, roses, eucalyptus, honeysuckle vine, dahlias, zinnias, cress, and lisianthus.A DaVinci inspired summer garden wedding with sunflowers, rudbeckia, roses, eucalyptus, honeysuckle vine, dahlias, zinnias, cress, and lisianthus. (Photos: Juls Drake)

I offer straight-forward pricing and can do small weddings with just a few floral items to large, full-service weddings with onsite installation.

If you enjoy vibrant and somewhat wild floral design that intrigues the senses with color, movement, texture and fragrance and want to be a patron to a local gardener and floral artist who uses only local, and sustainably-grown flowers, please email me at laura@humblebouquet.com to inquire about availability.