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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the process to have you do my wedding?  

Contact Trish via phone call, text or email and set up a time to meet at the barn. Once we have all the information of what flowers and decorations you'd like to have, Trish will send you an detailed estimate.  If you decide to have us do your flowers, just sign and send the Wedding Agreement and a $200 deposit.  That gets you on the Flourish Wedding Calendar!

How much does an average wedding cost with Flourish?

It all depends on how many flowers, what type of flowers and the amount and style of decorations you would like to use.  Weddings average between $800-$2,500. Typical bride's bouquet range from $105-$150, bridesmaids bouquets $75-120, Corsage $22 and Boutonniere $14. 

Can I buy flowers directly from you?

Yes! You can order fresh bunches or bouquets straight from our gardens or we can order out of season flowers or specific colors from a wholesaler. Contact us to find out what is blooming and prices for specific orders. 

Can I supply my own containers for my wedding or an individual order?

Absolutely! 

Can I get someone to help me “do it myself” with aspects of floral arranging that I am not confident with?

We would love to help you!  For $25 an hour, we'll walk you through any questions that you have with designing your event.

Does Flourish have a retail shop?

Not really.  We work out of Trisha's old chicken barn on route 23 in Goodville, Pa. We do sell flowers year round from there, but we do not have regular hours.  Please call or email to order flowers or to make an appointment.

Where is Flourish located?

We are located right along Route 23 in Goodville, Pa. (Mailing address is 1518 Main Street, East Earl Pa 17519). Call 717.715.5231. 

Are all the flowers locally grown?

In the growing season there is a large percentage that is locally grown right here in Goodville!  However to fully service our customers we order all types of flowers in all throughout the year.  We like to think of it as the best of both worlds!