Are you a DIY Goddess?
Poppy & Fern provides several unique services to Byron Bay area brides, including those interested in DIY-ing their flowers. Whether it’s because of budget constraints or because you’re the type that loves to create all the special touches yourself, Bulk Blooms is for you. Combine a Bulk Blooms order with another package if you’re worried about getting everything done yourself and/or want a more professional look for the Bridal party bouquets and buttonholes.
Please note: Our Bulk Blooms flowers are only available during our peak season, August-November and January-May.
What is the BULK BLOOMS option?
Bulk Blooms is a way to order fresh cut flowers and foliage in bulk for bouquets, table decor, etc. All are sourced by Poppy & Fern and are subject to seasonal availability. We will do our best to accommodate selected colors and flowers, but we are unable to guarantee them. No matter what the season, you can be assured that you’re getting the freshest, most vibrant and seasonal flowers and foliage around!
Bulk flowers and foliage are typically sold by the bunch and range in price from $8-$30, with most being between $8-$20/bunch some premium rose varieties up to $30.
There is a minimum spend of $400 for stand-alone bulk orders, and the average wedding expenditure usually ranges from $400-$800.
Please note that no specific flowers are guaranteed; availability is always subject to Mother Nature’s whims. Brides choosing to use Bulk Blooms should be very flexible with their vision and open to a rainbow of colors. We have many very happy DIY brides who simply envisioned a “picked from the garden” vibe and then chose what they liked best from what was available.
It’s important to also note that with Bulk Blooms, you’ll be responsible for picking out the types and number of flowers you need. Poppy & Fern does not do that for you, but simply offers you a selection of Fresh and seasonal beautiful flowers.
Want to DIY but don't know where to start?
Contact Jess to find out when the next DIY Brides workshop is running