Vendor Profile: Ivy & Aster Floral Design



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NHMB: What local, New Hamsphire elements do you incorporate into your work?

SS: We love supporting our local flower farmers. I currently have three different local flower farmers who each have a unique garden to choose from—and I’m always researching new opportunities for local flowers. It’s what really makes your flowers feel authentic to your New Hampshire wedding! Not only is this great for keeping your event green, but the idea of having flowers that are picked when perfectly in bloom that very week and grown perhaps minutes from your event site is pretty awesome. We always embrace the ‘slow flower’ movement and aim to combine locally grown flowers in our arrangements with the other regionally, nationally and internationally grown flowers that we work with.

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