A wedding dreamed by you and designed meticulously by Flowers In Flight. The wedding of your dreams starts with a complimentary consultation at our floral design studio and shop. You bring your style and color choices along with your special date and all the particulars you have regarding your celebration and we can begin to itemize your floral decor down to the ring-bearer’s boutonniere. Within one week of our discussion, we will email you a complete description of each piece that will make this most anticipated day sing. Each item will be priced and a total will appear at the end. Upon receipt of the delineated quote, please feel free to contact us by phone, email or by coming back to our location to clarify, alter, add or delete any item presented. We have been designing custom events and weddings for more than 26 years and love the new and ever changing ideas that each individual brings. Surprise us with yours and we will exceed your fondest dreams.
Call 503-274-7088 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a complimentary consultation.
Flowers In Flight. We are a family owned business that began in the spring of 1984 as the original flower cart on Pioneer Courthouse Square in Portland, Oregon. For the first 20 years of operation, the 3 founding sisters worked to elate and educate clients and recipients alike with the beauty of fresh flowers. The popularity of the cart on the Square led to another in the Portland Building and then a small shop at the Skidmore Fountain Building . In 1988 we consolidated all operations in our present location inside the historic George Lawrence Building at SW First and Oak in downtown Portland. The defining elements of “flowers in flight” floral art remain simplicity, elegance and the unique qualities of locally grown flora. We are now in our 27th year and have for the past 6 years been owned and operated by 2 of the original 3 sisters: Mary Anne Huseby, floral artist extraordinaire and Pat Hutchins, plant lady and watercolor artist. Cheri Huseby-Jones moved with her husband to Washington state where she pursues her other passion–public education.