Updated September, 2021
Table of Contents
- 1 The Top Fresh and Faux Prince Edward County Florists
- 2 Fresh Flower Florists for Wedding Florals or Flower Subscriptions in Prince Edward County
- 2.1 Alexis Joy Florals, whimsical, specialty custom grown blooms
- 2.2 Rustic & Ritz, thoughtfully constructed floral arrangements
- 2.3 Coriander Girl, bespoke, garden-style floral design
- 2.4 Floralora Flowers, seasonally inspired floral design and sustainably run flower farm
- 2.5 Dahlia May Flower Farm, romantic and fragrant, heirloom flowers
- 2.6 Early Grey, artfully designed flower arrangements
- 2.7 Dahlia Thalia, seasonally inspired floral design
- 3 Faux Florals for an Alternative Approach to sustainability in Prince Edward County
The Top Fresh and Faux Prince Edward County Florists
Fresh Flower Florists for Wedding Florals or Flower Subscriptions in Prince Edward County
Prince Edward County boasts a beautiful climate for growing flowers. We are so lucky to have a few local flower farms in addition to small, independent businesses that are closing the gap between the farmer and florist. With seasonally available garden-style bouquets hand-crafted by artisans, your florals will be unlike any others, whether they are for your wedding or your dining table. Here are the best fresh flower Prince Edward County Florists.
Alexis Joy Florals, whimsical, specialty custom grown blooms
Inspired by the unique beauty that seasonal blooms and foliage provide, Alexis Joy Florals’ goal is to bring the joy of flowers to as many people as possible through the unique beauty that local seasonal blooms and foliage provide in nature-inspired arrangements. Her one acre farm in Picton is her happy place where she grows cut flowers organically. She loves the process of raising tiny seedlings up to be beautiful blooms that are able to bring joy to her clients on their special day! Alexis provides seasonal products (e.g. Christmas wreaths) in addition to wedding florals.
Rustic & Ritz, thoughtfully constructed floral arrangements
Home based special event florist, mom of two handsome boys and custom home designer. Marissa was born and raised in beautiful Prince Edward County.
Rustic & Ritz began spring of 2019. Her goal is to draw inspiration from the requests of happy couples, mixed with beautiful fresh cut flowers, to create something truly wonderful for their special day! She uses locally sourced florals whenever possible and is almost always foam free.
Rustic & Ritz specializes in wedding florals and special events with the occasional pop-up market.
Coriander Girl, bespoke, garden-style floral design
With a shop in Picton and a farm in Prince Edward County, Coriander girl is leading the way in the garden-style floral movement. Using seasonally available flowers and a colour palette of your choice their team of floral designers will create your one of a kind arrangements. They offer wedding florals as well as flower subscriptions.
For more Coriander Girl florals inspiration check out this blog post:
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Floralora Flowers, seasonally inspired floral design and sustainably run flower farm
Emulating what they see in nature, the design studio at Floralora creates arrangements with a natural, relaxed, garden-style aesthetic. The flower farm focuses on growing interesting and unusual varieties of flowers and foliage. Floralora Flowers offers wedding florals as well as flower subscriptions, in addition to fresh goods available at their farm stand April – October.
Dahlia May Flower Farm, romantic and fragrant, heirloom flowers
With a visit to the lovely little flower market at the Farmstand you can appreciate the beauty and hard work that goes into the fresh seasonal cut flowers and distinctive bouquets that Dahlia May supplies to farmers’ markets and specialty shops in the greater Quinte area. Dahlia May also offers floral design services, including wedding florals and flower subscriptions.
Early Grey, artfully designed flower arrangements
Early Grey was founded by Marilou Perron, in Picton.
With a fine arts background and years of experience working in Toronto and Picton flower shops, she established Early Grey to be able to offer artfully designed flower arrangements inspired by English gardens and wildflower meadows. She strives to use as much local product as possible and places great importance on using sustainable and eco-friendly design methods (e.g. no floral foam). Early Grey provides flowers for weddings, events, editorials, as well as monthly subscriptions and pop-ups.
Photo Credit: BKH Photo
Dahlia Thalia, seasonally inspired floral design
Dahlia Thalia was established in spring 2020 by Thalia Gamage. She moved temporarily from Toronto to Napanee, Ontario and found herself with acres of untouched soil. Knees in the dirt, she began planting and Dahlia Thalia was born. Inspired by nature, Dahlia Thalia designs focus on locally grown blooms and the changing seasons. Her admiration for the continual beauty that surrounds us is prominent in her work. Dhalia Thalia offers wedding florals.
Photo credit: Dahlia Thalia
Faux Florals for an Alternative Approach to sustainability in Prince Edward County
Madison Quinn Florals, dried and faux floral arrangements
Alicia at Madison Quinn Florals is a florist with a twist! She doesn’t do any work with fresh florals, she specializes in dried + faux arrangements. Everything she makes is created to last forever. She offers faux wedding florals and seasonal faux arrangements.
So although I promised you the top 5 Prince Edward County Florists I actually delivered 8! I would love to hear from you if you’ve worked with any of these florists. Our experiences with Coriander Girl, Floralora, Rustic and Ritz, Alexis Joy and Madison Quinn have been wonderful and we are always eager to hear from past clients so we can provide the best recommendations to our couples. For more wedding and elopement planning resources check out our Prince Edward County Elopement Guide.