If having seasonal, locally-grown flowers for your wedding celebration is important to you, we have several options available to help make this happen. Our cut flowers are typically available from June through early October, and beautiful dried flowers for other times of the year. Two weeks to a month’s notice is usually fine for smaller events (or if you are not set on a specific color palette). A longer lead time is preferred for planning purposes, date reservation, and best color selection. We are currently booking 2023 weddings. Delivery and setup are available.
A La Carte (pickup or drop off)
If you need only a few arrangements, and are willing to pick up or have a simple drop-off delivery, we will create your bouquets, personals, and/or reception flowers using the best of our in-season blooms. (Palette preferences and requests are considered: bright, pastel, or neutral).
DIY (Bulk) Flowers
If you (or your team) plan to arrange your own flowers, we can put together curated buckets of coordinating flowers, fillers & greenery. Let us know what you plan on making, and we will assist you with the quantities and possible flowers available for your event.
Full Service with Setup
If you are looking for a more full service floral design experience, or if you have a specific color palette, creative vision, or would like a presentation of our recommendations, a consultation with our floral designer Monique Cahn is the answer. A little about Monique:
I’m the floral designer at Robin’s Flower Pot, and I also work clients directly who may want more extensive design service. 2023 is my 3rd year working with Robin and her beautiful locally grown flowers. Before moving back to Maine, I was with a Floral & Event Design company in New York, working directly with clients and planners on weddings, celebrations, and holidays. I love that weddings in Maine are deeply tied to the natural world and to our lifestyles, and am committed to using 100% Maine-grown flowers, floral foam-free mechanics, and upcycled containers whenever possible. I’d love to hear about your dream wedding, and find a way to convey that with beautiful, in-season flowers. I am happy to answer any questions or set up a consultation here.
Pick and choose any number of items and let us help you make your flowers as elegant, natural, and beautiful as your wedding itself. Many other options are available, just ask!
Bridal Bouquet, starting at- $175.00
Maid of Honor- $90.00
Flower Girl Bouquet- $30.00
Bud Vase- $15.00
Small Mason Jar- $25.00
Table Centerpiece- Starting at $80.00
Custom Garland- Starting at $15.00/foot for mixed greens, with flowers starting at $20/foot.
Custom Planter(s)- TBD
Large scale arrangement- Starting at $175
Bulk flowers can be budget friendly if you have the time and enjoy arranging flowers.
What's in your bucket:
A mixture of colors, textures, flowers and greenery; from 25 to 35 stems depending on the flowers available at that time of year. How many arrangements you can make with a bucket depends on the size of the vase or container and the fullness of either. An airy arrangement can be just as beautiful as a fuller one.
Flower Bucket- $70.00
A 2gal bucket filled with flowers, without crushing them.
Mixed Bucket- $55.00
A 2gal bucket filled with both flowers, fillers, and greens.
Filler Bucket- $40.00
A 2gal bucket filled with fillers and greens.
Pick-up: Will be scheduled at the time of ordering.
Transportation: Flowers should be placed inside an airconditioned vehicle, with proper support to avoid damage. Leaving flowers in a hot vehicle in the summer will most likely cause severe damage.
Supplies: You will want buckets of fresh clean water and clippers. Floral food and other supplies may be necessary for your creations.
Workspace: A cool place with plenty of room to spread out. It's okay to make a mess!
Helping hands: It's always good to have extra hands for designing and cleaning up, it takes time.
Storage: Flowers should be stored in a cool room out of direct sunlight or in a cooler, away from fruit. Careful with coolers and fridges as some are set too cold.
Once flowers are out of our hands they are no longer our responsibility, so please take our suggestions for transportation and storage seriously.