About Custom Orders
Custom order pieces continue to represent some of my favorite work. I've been asked to create flowers I never even knew existed, I've been told stories about the meaning that certain flowers hold in peoples' lives, and I've helped people surprised loved ones with gifts that will be cherished for years to come.
How does it work?
First, fill out the inquiry form (found to the right on this page) and I will respond with an email that addresses any additional information I may need to give you an estimate for your project. From there we will come up with a set timeframe for delivery, the specific items your piece will include, and any other details about the order. Once we've agreed upon a scope for the piece, I'll setup a private listing here so that you can check out and pay for your item. Upon payment I begin making your piece, I typically send you a photo of my progress while I'm working, and once it's complete I'll send you final photos to keep (in case you're not the final recipient).
Custom Order Inquiry Form
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Custom Order FAQs
What should I plan to spend?
I base my custom design pricing on not only the number of flowers needed but also the types of flowers. My average bloom starts at $15 and depending on complexity, size, and level of detail will vary from that point. I also handcraft all of the greenery and other fillers needed to complete any arrangement, so that those costs will be factored into the total as well.
As of April 1, 2018, I request a $150 project minimum.
How much time do you need?
Ideally, I like to plan these projects at least a month out. But, I also know that's not always feasible, or sometimes a special occasion pops up! Send me your information, and I'll see what I can do.
How will my order arrive?
I package arrangements so that the entire piece ships as one unit. Upon arrival, you, or the recipient of your gift, will just need to remove the vessel and enjoy!
Stems and bouquets are swaddled in tissue paper for protection and then wrapped in heavyweight wrapping paper. This bundle is then also wrapped and protected within the shipping box. The bundle itself is presentable as a gift, or you can remove the bundle and arrange them as you please!
Blooms may need gentle fluffing or smoothing out after shipment. Paper flowers aren’t as fragile as you may think—so as long as you’re careful, you won’t damage the flowers.
Below is a collection of a few of the pieces I've created for custom orders to give you some ideas and inspiration. I've also started documenting some of my favorite custom design projects on the blog, which may help you understand more about the process as well. If you're wondering what types of flowers I can make, this gallery is a great place to start.
What can I order?
For all other questions, send me a note using the form above!