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Meet the PrimRose Team

Owner + Lead Designer

Hi y'all! I'm the girl who is just as stoked about planning your florals as you are! From the initial meeting where we lay out all your ideas to the final product & all the steps in between, I can honestly say it  will NEVER get old.

Aside from being a flower child, I'm a huge animal lover. With four fur-babies running around my house, you can imagine that everyday is an adventure. They typically come with me to pick your flowers up, run circles around me as I'm prepping, and stare relentlessly at me while I design.

So now that you know you have a passionate team behind each arrangement, this is the fun part-where you get involved! Of course, this is most likely your first time having to reach out to different florist & vendors and that in itself can feel super overwhelming. This is uncharted territory for you but you shouldn’t feel nervous or discouraged at all! It’s okay that you don’t know every last detail for your big day and it’s okay that you don’t know every flower on this planet-- that’s where we come in! Having something as small as a color palette, favorite flower, or even your venue can jump-start a conversation to create your dream day! So let's chat because I am dying to hear all about you & your ideas!

Favorite Drink: It's a tie between coffee & margaritas. Really, can one function without both in their life?

Favorite Season: Fall all the way! Nothing beats how gorgeous New England is that time of year!

Favorite Flower: Scabiosa--Probably the worst name for a flower BUT it's hand down my fav!

"Live Simply; Bloom Wildly"

Behind The Scenes Action

As glamorous as floral design looks, it's lots of messes, lifting heavy buckets & endless rides to the flower exchange but we wouldn't change it  for the world! Here are some of our favorite BTS shots of exactly what goes into making your dream day come true! 

PrimRose Floral & Event Design

Carver, Massachusetts, 02330

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