What is the process for booking with Tracey Rae?
We are currently reserving dates for 2020 & 2021. The first step is sending us a message through the contact page with some general information regarding your date, ceremony & reception location, colors, etc. After this point our wedding coordinator, Rachael, will contact you with some general pricing and to setup an initial phone consultation. We will begin in person consultations for our full service weddings (booked for 2020) beginning in the fall of 2019. By waiting until we are closer to your wedding date, you can be sure that we will be focused on your wedding and all of the wonderful flowers we are planning to grow for your event.
We can however, move forward with locking in your date with a $150 initial payment at anytime! After this point, we will setup your complimentary in-person consultation for sometime from late October through February. We aim to have all of our weddings booked before the growing season really picks up for the year!
What does full service include? Do you have packages?
When we say full service weddings we mean that we will be providing the flowers for the entire event (Personal flowers, ceremony arrangements, centerpieces, etc). Our smaller weddings that are full service typically start at $3000. The price is really going to depend on the quantity and size of the arrangements you need for your big day!
Do I come to the farm at any point during this process?
New for 2021, we are hosting a Spring Open House for our wedding couples! Couples will be invited to the farm to roam through the flower fields and greenhouses and will be able to pick some of our spring favorites and make an arrangement to take home! We are happy to open up our flower farm and share a little bit about the hard work and passion that goes into growing your wedding flowers!
Am I a good fit to book with Tracey Rae?
If you love our wedding portfolio, style, and the fact that we grow our own flowers for weddings and events than yes!! If you are looking for very specific flowers that we do not grow such as baby's breath, roses, and white hydrangeas than probably not. Our flowers are unique, fresh, and sustainably grown. They are not wildflowers picked on the side of the road. They have been hand selected for specific traits, colors, and their longevity in a vase and ability to hold up for event work!
What will be in season for my event?
Our list of what we grow is ever evolving but some items you can expect to see by season are the following -
Spring flowers – Tulips, Daffodils, Anemones, Ranunculus, Sweet Peas, Peonies, Poppies, Sweet William, Stock, Nigella, Bachelor Buttons, Foxglove, Delphinium, Larkspur, Bells of Ireland, Apple Mint, Cerinthe, Cress, and Bupleurum.
Summer & Fall – Dahlias, Zinnias, Marigolds, Lisianthus, Sunflowers, Cosmos, Black Eyed Susans, Gomphrena, Amaranth, Queen Ann’s Lace, Snow on the Mountain, Apple Mint, Orach, Tuberoses, Scented Geraniums, Scabiosa, Sea Holly, Dusty Miller, Love in a Puff, Wheat, Nigella Pods, Ferns, Gunni Eucalyptus and Baby Blue Eucalyptus.
We are working on adding a page to our website featuring flowers that are in bloom by month. If you are curious what types of flowers will be available for your event and need a visual, please visit our Pinterest page - https://www.pinterest.com/flowers4384/boards/