Green Light Farm of Prairie Farm, Wisconsin specializes in seasonal, local and organically grown floral buckets for you to DIY the floral design for your wedding day. This business is a small farm that organically grows flowers and supplies you with buckets of truly fresh flowers. Cap off your event by using “flowerfetti” for a biodegradable and sustainable confetti alternative.
Maggie of Green Light Farm pursued the field of anthropology at the University of Akron and later worked on farms, including her volunteer time through World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms. Her experience extends to both flowers and vegetables, now lending her expertise to Green Light Farm. Ben began his farming endeavors in 2008, including time in Ecuador, Wisconsin and Iowa.
This flower farm offers over 40 varieties of flowers to personalize your wedding event. Flowers are shared in the form of buckets and include the “growers choice” bucket, full of colors and varieties chosen due to their quality at the time of harvest and a “designers choice” bucket, which allows you to select the colors of your choice. All flowers are harvest only days before your event to ensure freshness and can be delivered or picked up at the farm.
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Jennifer · Married on 07/20/2018
I used the greenlight farm's flowers for my barn wedding and did DIY flowers in mason jars and put together bridal bouquets and bouttanieres. The flowers were so adorable. Exactly what i needed for my barn wedding. I worked with maggie and she was super nice and everything went so smoothly. Prices were affordable. I would definitely recommend checking them out if your looking for flowers.Sent on 07/23/2018
Carol · Married on 08/13/2016
I love that Green Light Farm's flowers are so fresh and lasted so long. Maggie is easy to work with and so accommodating. Her bouquets are LOVELY--or you can make your own. I also appreciate that Green Light Farm is a family farm that uses organic, sustainable practices. I highly recommend!Sent on 12/21/2017