Native Flower Company

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To name your floral shop “Native Flower Company”, it really to needs carry the essence of that name. Pamela Olson, Owner and Creative Floral Mastermind really steps out with her vision in design, sourcing local as much as she can, and meeting the needs of her clients. We interviewed her amidst the beginning of wedding season and asked her some questions that inquiring Brides may like to read about

1- Can you describe your unique floral design and inspiration when you are curating your arrangements. My goal is to share and foster a love for and an understanding of flowers and the botanical varieties available to my clients. Just like every client is unique, every bridal bouquet I design is unique to that client’s tastes and style. My design philosophy breaks down to an emphasis on quality, featuring a mix of textures and the most beautiful, eye-catching blooms.

 

2- How far in advance would you recommend a Bride order her florals through Native Flower Company for their wedding day? For anything more than a bouquet and a boutonniere, which can be ordered with as little notice as 2 weeks, brides should book at least 6 months in advance. Native Flower Company is currently completely booked through Oct. 1.

 

3- What are the most requested blooms you receive for one’s bouquet? Peonies, ranunculus, garden roses, succulents.

 

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