Rustic, natural and vintage floral design for your wedding
photo by Sully Sullivan
We re-envision wedding flowers to create exuberant bouquets and arrangements that reflect your unique tastes. Your wedding florals should reflect the innate beauty of YOU. Let us help you accent your special day.
We are nostalgic. We enjoy black & white photos, burlap, lace, milk glass, posies, poppies & peonies, gingham, pink & green, old glass bottles, antique silver, orange & cream, handmade signs, cowboy boots, shiny lights, violet & peach, lemonade, feathers, succulents, hydrangeas & anemones.
The Foxglove Arrangement Society is a small-scale operation dedicated to handcrafting an exquisite floral experience for your wedding. Contact us to check availability, pricing and options. Currently crafting arrangements for Charleston, SC.
"Now that I am coming back to reality after all the wedding events, I just wanted to extend my gratitude for you. You are phenomenal to work with! The flowers were GORGEOUS! They were everything that I could have ever wanted and more! We received so many compliments from our guests on the table arrangements and bouquets. My mother is STILL talking about how beautiful the arrangements were. You are very talented and creative, and I am so lucky I found you for my wedding flowers. Thank you thank you!" - K.P.
"I could not have been happier with my wedding flowers!!! Lisa did an incredible job putting together all of the floral arrangements and far exceeded what I had in mind! She knew I was going for a cheerful look and assembled flowers that beautifully complimented one another with their bright and colorful hues, wrapped up in lovely, vintage fabric. She also perfectly incorporated bright yellow flowers for my now husband who is colorblind--yellow is the one color that really pops out to him, so it made it all the more special as I walked toward him on our wedding day, yellow flowers in hand." - S.T.
"The flowers are amazing!!! Thank you so much again for everything. We got so may compliments on them. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I hate that flowers die, because I want to look at these every day." - S.B.