Event Flowers

 Our flower production and distribution will be taking a break for the 2021 season while the farmer regains strength after an unexpected health crisis (not Covid related)

Please wish her healing thoughts and a speedy recovery. She deeply misses you and growing your flowers.


We do beautiful flowers for weddings & special events.


100% Locally Grown Flowers!

From breathtaking hand-tied wedding bouquets to blooms by the bucket for the DIY bride, full service design and delivery or à la carte, we would be honored to be a part of your memorable day.

If you desire a seasonal approach to your wedding flowers, and are excited and inspired by the natural beauty of local color and texture, please consider us when exploring your floral options. Our season starts mid to late April with the spring ephemerals and starts to wind down in early November.

We grow the majority of what we design with.  We specialize in seasonal and local flowers. That means if you have your heart set on peonies in September or dahlias in December, I might not be your gal. And that’s okay.  Let me show you what else may work instead. And if we don’t see eye-to-eye, I know some really great and talented florists.  If you absolutely must have out-of-season or imported product, I can introduce you. Truly.

We can’t be all things to all people.  With that said,  we can be elegant, or casual, or whimsical, depending on you, your event and/or location.  Just let us choose what flowers will be in season here in New England.  If we need to, we can supplement our own field and greenhouse flowers with goods from other flower farmers near us, or we can purchase USA-grown flowers at the Boston Flower Exchange.

We do not use floral foam, nor do we buy in imported flowers. That’s not our gig. Local, sustainable, garden-inspired design, yep, we got that. Let us flower you!

We look forward to speaking with you about your special event! email Amy:  amy@paintedladyflowers.com, or ring us at 508-243-1962.

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