• Waverley Wedding with Valorie Darling!

    In late July we were honored to provide flowers for Sarah and Geoff’s classic, elegant wedding at Waverley Country Club! Garden roses, dahlias, hydrangea, lisianthus, jasmine and delicate greenery ruled the day in tall centerpieces, a floral covered ceremony arch and dual purposed flower covered escort wall/photo backdrop. Vanity Affair Events curated the event adding layers of modern details and keeping the timeline running like clockwork.

    Congratulations Sarah and Geoff! Thank you for including us in your beautiful celebration!

  • Oregon Bride Magazine Best Florist!

    Wow! We are so honored to announce we were awarded Oregon Bride Magazine’s “Best Florist in Portland” award last month! Additionally we received Editor’s Choice for Best Floral Decor for this gorgeous head table centerpiece at Waverley Country Club.

    Thank you so, so much for your support over the last 13 years of our business! We’re so lucky to work for amazing clients and alongside the most talented vendors in the industry.
    All of the winners are listed in the new issue of Oregon Bride Magazine on newsstands now! You’ll get to see lots of Blum photos in this one. 🙂 Cheers!!!

  • Exchange Ballroom Wedding with Amanda Meg Photography!

    Bri and Matthew’s wedding blended the the industrial, raw feel of the Exchange in SE Portland with an abundance of pink and white spring flowers. As florists with a soft spot for pink, peonies, and adorable flower girls this wedding was really up our alley!

  • Sentinel Wedding with Jessica Hill!

    There are few things I love more than a wedding that combines a classic venue with thoroughly modern details. Ande and Michael’s hit that note perfectly when they married at downtown Portland’s First Presbyterian Church with a reception following at nearby at the Sentinel Hotel. Loads of seasonal sweet autumn clematis, smilax, smokebush,japanese maple, dahlias and roses added a richness and texture to the grand white ballroom. Simple, clean details in their paper products, place settings and the coolest impressionist cake by Dream Cakes kept the decor thoroughly new. Oh, and can we talk about the dresses and tuxes?! I’m in love. Congratulations Ande and Michael! Thank you for letting us take part in your gorgeous day!

  • We’ve Moved!

    After 12 years in our old space on Naito Parkway we’re moving! As of April 1st we’ll be operating out of our new space in Lair Hill. I’m so excited for this new era and can’t wait to share our light filled, historic new studio with you.

    Our new address (both physical and mailing) is 3508 SW Corbett Ave, Portland, OR 97239.

    All of our other contact info has remained the same.

  • Sentinel Hotel Wedding Flowers with Mosca Studio!

    Lauren and Damin were married last Spring at the Oregon Historical Society with a reception immediately following in the Sentinel Hotel. With the ceremony set alongside the beautiful South Park Blocks they wanted to continue the feel with a reception inspired by Parisian parks. 16′ tall maple trees were carried up 4 flights of steps and set around the ballroom. Striped accents, the most adorable flower girl squad, classic Spring blooms and whimsical accents including a crepe food cart (in the ballroom!) brought the theme to life.

  • Oregon Golf Club Open House!

    Come join us at the Oregon Golf Club Open house! This is a great opportunity to meet some vendors, get wedding inspo and see a beautiful venue. Unlike most wedding “shows” admittance is free and open to everyone. Also unlike most other wedding shows the aura at this Open House is calm and fun and lacking that frenetic pushy feeling that can be seriously overwhelming. We hope to see you there!

  • Sentinel Hotel Wedding with Bryan Rupp Photography!

    Brooke and Tom were married last June in downtown Portland’s First Presbyterian church and celebrated immediately after at neighboring Sentinel Hotel. Peonies, hydrangea, roses, ranunculus and jasmine ruled the day and kept the romantic, classic theme alive!

  • Storybook Woodland Wedding

    Last Spring we had the privilege of providing flowers for a very special event. Located at a private residence tucked away in the forests outside of Portland our client’s wanted their wedding celebration to be reminiscent of the settings in their favorite fables and childhood stories. A village of heavily timbered structures was constructed and guests were taken on a journey through different settings filled with candles, ferns, moss, incense, towering oaks and fire pits. As florists I felt our job was to add the delicate whimsy and color from the lighter side of those stories as well as to infuse the early Spring season. Garlands were strung through the trees above guests heads, thousands of stems of jasmine vine scented the air, natural beeswax candles were clustered on tables and tucked in rocky hillsides, masses of delicate spring blooms hung overhead dining tables and hundreds of helleborus, ferns, and hyacinth nodded alongside pathways weaving through the woods. Here are a few highlights from one of the most challenging, inspiring and creatively fulfilling weeks of my life.

  • Oregon Best of Bride!

    Wow! We’re so honored and excited to announce we’re finalists for “Best Florist” in Oregon Bride Magazine’s annual Best of Bride awards! The final round of voting is for industry professionals only and winners will be announced in the upcoming Summer edition of the magazine.

    Thank you so,so much for your support!

    This charming photo is by Mosca Photography!