AMORE FLORAL DESIGNS
Wedding and event florist Anne Moore is one of Walla Walla's most talented floral designers, and has been a member of the American Institute of Floral Designers since 1997, and she brings personal attention to each of her clients: "I love opening a shipment of flowers knowing they are all for you, and each and every time I'm amazed by their beauty. The art of floral design is my passion, and I’m fortunate enough to also call it my profession."
BELLA FLORA FARMS
With its acres of gorgeous flowers, foliage, blooming vines and fruiting branches, Bella Flora Farms specializes in flower varieties that are prized for their fragrance and ephemeral qualities, carefully curating the most exquisite blooms and crafting them into lush, organic, romantic arrangements. Owner Kerrie Flinders incorporates seasonal, locally-sourced, natural elements into her floral designs with breathtaking results.
KASEY D WEDDINGS
With years of experience as a wedding planner and floral designer in Miami, Kasey has brought her talent to the Walla Walla valley. Her florals are thoughtfully composed with a garden-style aesthetic, designed to enhance the visual narrative of your wedding.
MY GARDEN OVERFLOWETH
In 2012, flower farmer and floral designer Katie Elliot carried out her dream of developing and cultivating a fresh cut flower farm. Her farm currently produces over 75 varieties of flowers and greens, and Kate offers floral consultations, workshops, cut flowers, and wholesale flowers, as well as a flower library by month, flower, or color.
WELCOME TABLE FARMS
2018 will be Welcome Table Farms twelfth season, and owner Emily Asmus takes pride in her fine cut flowers and the freshness, quality, and long vase life of their blooms and greenery. Just like their produce, Welcome Table Farms flowers are sustainable grown and certified organic - blossom selection is based on the season with production running from April through October.
Jordyn Pecha is a woman obsessed with mountain ranges, spontaneous adventure, and the rainy Pacific Northwest. She works with flowers because it connects people to the outside again. Jordyn uses seasonal flowers, and the wor