While brainstorming a topic for today’s blog post, I came to the realization that I haven’t written much about any of the vendors and/or services Blaine and I used for our wedding. Each and every single vendor we went with for our wedding were truly incredible, one such vendor being our florist, who goes by the name of Green Soul Flower Farm.
Green Soul Flower Farm is located in Norfolk, Ontario, and is owned and operated by Chelsey, one of the sweetest gals you will ever meet. My sister introduced me to Green Soul Flower Farm via Instagram when I was trying to find a florist to go with for my wedding, and upon seeing Chelsey’s work via her Instagram page, I knew she would be a perfect fit for the look I was going for in terms of greenery and flowers.
Chelsey’s work has more of a rustic feel to it than most traditional florists – I have absolutely nothing against traditional flower arrangements for weddings, but because ours was on a farm, I thought a more whimsical look for our flowers and greenery would be quite appropriate. And, thankfully, Chelsey envisioned exactly what I was hoping for, because our bouquets and arrangements ended up being better and more beautiful than I ever could have anticipated.
Believe me when I say this gal is committed to her craft – when we went to pick up the flowers the day before our wedding, she wasn’t happy with how the corsages and boutonnières turned out. She wouldn’t let me grab them then and there, the way there were, but rather continued working on them for a few hours after I left and drove them to me later on that day.
I should arguably make mention of the fact that this drive was at least 20 minutes. Chelsey sacrificed her own time and fuel to ensure the items were exactly how they should have been, and the customer service exhibited by Chelsey through Green Soul Flower Farm is unmatched.
If you’re looking for a florist for a wedding or any occasion, please consider Green Soul Flower Farm. Not only are you supporting locally and a small business, but you’ll be getting some of the best damn flowers in the region.
Thank you, Chelsey.