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Turnstone Farm is a wedding and event florist based in Anchorage, Alaska. This team of floral designers uses locally grown wildflowers and foliage for each arrangement they design, to give each piece a natural, down-to-earth style. With their specialty in eclectic and rustic themes, they strive to give each client's big day an eye-catching, aromatic touch.
Turnstone Farm schedules one-on-one consultations with couples, and bases each package on their wedding theme, budget, and personal style. These designers customize each floral piece to best suit a couple's venue and preferred aesthetic. They will handle delivery, set-up, and clean-up at your venue, to make sure each petal looks its best. Some of the arrangements that they offer include:
- Aisle markers
- Arch decor
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We love Greta
Greta is a joy!
So glad we went with Greta!
Now looking back at the photos I wish I was able to take them all home with me to MN!
Thank you Greta for your expertise. We had a wonderful experience with you!
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Greta is owner and lead desgner at Turnstone Farm.
She is loves creating specialty floral designs for her clients using fresh, local ans seasonal flowers.
Her designs are one of a kind and wild-flower inspired.
When she's not designing wedding flowers she's out enjoying Alaska's amazing mountains, running, playing with her kids and gardening.