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The Best Flower Shops That PDX Has to Offer

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The Urban Nest Guide to Portland’s Best Flower Shops

At any event, the details work together to create the scene. And when it comes to florals, a personal, custom arrangement goes a long way in creating the perfect atmosphere for your celebration — whatever that may be.

So whether you’re on a tight budget or you’re ready to go all out, there’s a range of local options that will fit the bill in PDX. Ready to find the best florals in Portland? Our guide below is here to help!

Portland Floral Designers

Arranging the perfect bouquet, centerpiece, etc. is tough – we get it. Fortunately, Portland has a host of talented floral designers that specialize in everything from weddings to “just because” arrangements. If you could use a little help shopping for florals in Portland, here are our suggestions:

Fieldworks

If you’re own a time crunch, don’t think you’ve missed your window of opportunity to purchase a thoughtful, custom arrangement. Fieldwork offers same-day Portland flower delivery, and we can’t say enough great things about their playful, garden-style arrangements. The designers pride themselves on “balanc[ing] our classic minimalist aesthetic with fun abstractions to create the prettiest, healthiest bouquets in Portland.” The blooms are purchased locally, so you’re supporting local farmers too! You can visit their store on SE Belmont.  

Good Seed Floral

If you’re planning a wedding, elopement, or engagement party, look no further than Good Seed Floral. This sweet female-run floral company boasts “one-of-a-kind floral design that combines the perfect balance of romantic and wild.” With an earthy and organic feel, Good Seed’s floral arrangements are swoon-worthy.

Vanessa Schmidt Co.

Previously branded as Tribes and Pines, Vanessa Schmidt continues to impress the Portland floral community with her seasonal fresh and dried floral arrangements. Whether you’re looking for floral crowns for a bridal party or a table centerpiece for a Mother’s Day brunch, Vanessa “will guide you through the process of customizing your floral arrangements from beginning to end.” You can visit her Pearl location shop by private appointment.

DIY Flower Bouquets

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If you trust your artistic eye and you prefer to arrange florals yourself, you’re in luck — Portland has many great options for u-pick or u-style florals. Here are a few of our favorites:

Kruger’s Farm

A day trip to Kruger’s is one of the best ways to spend a Saturday. Gather your young gardeners or a few friends, and make the trek out to Sauvie Island to pick your own flowers. During the summer, you’ll find acres of zinnias, dahlias, and sunflowers. Check in at the main barn, and they’ll loan you the tools you need to start clipping your blooms. Prices for the flowers range from $0.50-1.50 per stem, making this an affordable way to shop for flowers!

Solabee

While the botanically inspired florists at Solabee are happy to help you craft your floral arrangements, they’re also happy to turn you loose and let you create on your own! At their north Portland shop, you’ll find an assortment of whimsical blooms paired with stock greens — always reflecting what’s in season. With specialty blooms traveling from far away places (like Protea from Hawaii), you’re guaranteed to walk away with a bouquet that is anything but generic.

What floral-worthy occasions are coming up in your life? Whether you reach out to a Portland floral designer or you create your own DIY bouquet, we hope our guide helps you outfit your next event with the prettiest blooms!