Green is the prime color of the world,

and that

from which its loveliness arises…

….Pedro Calderon de la Barca

 
Photo Credit: Red Aspen Photography

Photo Credit: Red Aspen Photography

about us

Mountain Elegance

Flower Tribe will passionately create your unique vision for all of life’s milestones. Whether to celebrate, heal, transform or commemorate, we source the most sustainable flower options possible.

Our designs mirror the natural landscape of the season. Sophistication meets raw creativity. We mix simplicity and charm, creating stunning and free-spirited arrangements.

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Photo: Amanda Jarmon Photography

Photo: Amanda Jarmon Photography

 
Caitlin Steuben Photography

Caitlin Steuben Photography

WHY CHOOSE US?

Because We Make Mindful Flower Choices.

* Flower Tribe is passionate about making mindful flower choices and we delight in bringing your unique flower point of view to life. Locally grown flowers are always our first choice. We source our flowers as close to home as we can. Fair-trade Certified Flower Farms, Rain-forest Alliance Certified and VeriFlora Certified flower and American Grown choices for what we can not get close by.

* Arrangements are presented in vintage, up-cycled and re-cycled vases and pots.

* Our flower food is made from non-toxic household items. We strive to keep unnecessary  chemicals out of your vase and away from your blooms and your home.

* We compost all our floral stems and organic debris back to a local flower farmer from whom we source our flowers, bringing the process full circle. 

* We avoid any toxic materials and chemicals often used in the floral industry to keep our carbon footprint a little lighter.  

* Unused or gently used flowers are re-purposed and donated to non-profits or other charitable enterprises with values inline with our own.

* We, of course, reuse and  recycle every gosh darn thing little thing we can.  

 

Photo: John Robson Photography

Photo: John Robson Photography

Photo Credit: Caitlin Rae Photography

Photo Credit: Caitlin Rae Photography