The Fernseed is a plant and flower shop with two retail locations in Tacoma. As a member of the Slow Flowers movement, we are committed to sourcing 60-90% of our stems from local flower farmers throughout the Pacific Northwest.
We offer a simplified menu of à la carte wedding flowers in four different color palettes, available year-round. Our signature garden-style bouquets and arrangements celebrate the natural beauty of our region’s flowers and highlight what’s in season. View color palettes at this link: https://thefernseed.com/pages/wedding-color-palettes
Our wedding flowers are available for in-store pickup only at our storefront in Tacoma; we do not do on-site installation or delivery. That said, we also do not require a minimum purchase! You are free to build your own wedding floral package based on your unique needs and celebration style.
You can order directly through our website: https://thefernseed.com/pages/weddings-event-flowers up to a week before your event. If you have any questions or are less than a week out from your event, please reach out to email@example.com or give us a call at 253-302-3788.
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STUNNING florals, upfront pricing & completely customizable
Amazing experience from the standpoint of overwhelmed bride!
Excellent small business
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Katherine is the owner of Fernseed. She opened the business in 2019 out of a desire to curate and sell handmade pottery from local ceramic artists, and figured a plant and flower shop was a great way to do just that.