Friday, October 19, 2018

a new way of having Saipua wedding flowers

Starting now, you can order my dream flowers directly from Worlds End Farm delivered to NYC for your wedding or party in 2019. The arrangements are made in three sizes; small $25 medium $125 and large $250. Bouquets (not pictured) range from $150-$250 and boutonnieres are $25. Our team will deliver your flowers directly from the farm to any venue in Manhattan or Brooklyn Friday-Sunday starting May 18th, 2019 and finishing October 12th, 2019.

This is perfect for couples who have a floral budget of $1,500-$5,000 and trust us to use the best of what the farm is growing to create a unique palette of flowers for their wedding.

Bryony and I continue to book larger customized Saipua events - but this new a-la-cart option allows us to make exceptional flowers for clients with modest flower budgets during our growing season at Worlds End. It also puts me back in touch with a section of the wedding industry that I fell in love with -- small weddings at places like Frankies 457 or Maison May.

SO! help us spread the word: the most beautiful, chemical free Worlds End grown flowers are available and affordable for weddings and parties May 18th - October 12, 2019.
Email to ask questions and to place orders.

(From left; small bud vase size, large centerpiece size, medium centerpiece size. Sizes can be mixed and matched on various table layouts, we can help you decide what's best for your floorplan.)


Eli said...

Holy hell. All kinds of updates! Fun reading—groovy concepts for sure.

honey or tar said...

yessssss! greatest news i've heard in awhile. thanks so much sarah

Laura Bloom said...

So happy to find you here again, dear Sarah. Your beautiful writing and otherworldly images - it feels just like coming back to an old childhood friend :) Thank you.

Mj said...

I love this approach, revolutionary!!

Tessa Dillon said...

I've been reading your blog for a long time - love flowers, love what you do with them. I am 65 yrs old and live on the wild west coast of Vancouver Island (that's in B.C., Canada) Was worried about you this last year (sorry, I am a grandmother!) but love these updates!! sounds like you're back to your beginnings - flowers and simplicity! happy for you and love it! (plus, love lamb and your dinners on the farm sound perfect!) Tessa