Process

 Catherine Coons Photography

Catherine Coons Photography

Local Blooms and Foraged Florals

In my process, I use locally sourced blooms and greenery from small farms and my foraging  adventures to achieve the wild, free-flowing look that I am known for. Because of this non-traditional process and by not using formulated arrangements, I create florals that aren't something that can be replicated easily and will be individual to that wedding. I like to think of it as a sort of time stamp of your wedding day by using the flowers that were growing and blooming that week of your wedding. Also by using local flowers of that season, you will get the freshest best looking florals.

 Bergen (Owner of Fire and Blooms) in the flow

Bergen (Owner of Fire and Blooms) in the flow

Creative Flow

As a floral designer, I tend to go about things a little bit differently than the traditional methods. I've always found that as an artist I work best when I am given a vision to work as the parameter, but with room for artistic freedom to work within that. Usually I have the bride give me a color palette and vision board (usually Pinterest). And I create their wedding flowers to compliment the vision with a creative Fire and Blooms twist on the ideas.

 Noelle Johnson Photography

Noelle Johnson Photography

Melding of Visions

Shall we dance? If this non-traditional process is appealing to you and excites you, let's talk! If you haven't already, start putting together a vision board to share your ideas. Browse through my galleries and social media to get a feel for the type of floral design I do. Next, fill out a wedding inquiry form on my site. Once we are in touch we can start talking pricing, floral visions and melding my creative process with making your concepts come to life for your wedding day.