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Get started with DIY Flowers.
  • The first step to getting started, is to book a consultation. We will help figure out what flowers are best for your event and for the season, what supplies you will need, how much to order, help you plan your design and give you tips on how to care for your fresh cut flowers.
  • Figure out how many arrangements you will need.
  • Get an idea of what your budget will be.
  • Get a good idea of your color palate, style and which flowers you like best.
  • Start planning early, you will need to order your flowers and supplies 2 to 3 weeks in advance.
  • Your flowers will be delivered 2 days before your event so make sure you arrange for a cool place to store your flowers.
Get Creative
  • DIY does not mean do it alone. Enlist some help and have fun!
  • Before you get started, make sure you have all the necessary supplies.
  • Set up your workspace and don't forget to make space for you helpers
  • When you are ready to start arranging, make sure to have a clear plan of action to minimize mistakes. It might be helpful to print out the plans for each arrangement.
Expert Advice

For the first time DIY florist, a little expert advice goes a long way.

  • Book a consultation today and get an expert all to yourself. You will receive priceless advice on flower selection, ordering, design and flower care.
  • send us an email
  • or give us a call 816.283.3207
Choosing the right flowers

There are many factors to take into a consideration when choosing the best flowers for you event.

  • Which flowers are in season? Check out our gallery of flowers listed by seasonal availability.
  • What is your color palate? Check out our gallery of flowers listed by color.
  • What are your favorite flowers? Check out our gallery of all flowers listed alphabetically.
  • For fresh ideas, check out our gallery of previous work.
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