I love flowers and beautiful things.
Flowers are my passion.
I have always loved to create beautiful flower arrangements. When I was very little I used to bring my mom miniature posy’s of small purple faced viola’s that grew wild in our backyard. Since then I’ve had many years of design training and I’m constantly creating something with flowers. My style would best be described as loose-formal, clean lines and complementary color pairings to really fill a space with depth and warmth. I love hi-lighting individual flowers and bringing out their character.
If I had a day to do everything I loved I would go out for breakfast with my husband, have an amazing cup of coffee, visit a flower market and make an arrangement, read a book, bring my kids to a park. Workout or swim, then I'd get my favorite takeout with wine for dinner and an old movie.
We are the Hendrickson’s!
These people mean the world to me.
What makes us different:
We have three meetings that make all the floral decisions easy for you. We get to know you and take all the struggle out of choosing your wedding flowers. We know you have other things to do and plan like spending time with your fiancé and preparing for your wedding.
After your wedding we carefully preserve a selection of your flowers and deliver it to you a few weeks later.
At the end of the night when your need for the flowers has ended we recycle them into other arrangements and send them to nursing homes and care facilities in your name so the investment you make with us will reach far more people than just on your wedding day.
Thank you so much for the beautiful flowers for our wedding! We appreciate all of your hard work and beautiful personal touches! I will continue to recommend you to others! Thank you again!
Why “Protea Rising”?
Proteas are flowers native to South Africa. There are many different varieties of protea. All are known for their adaptability and ability to grow in nutrient poor soil. The reason I chose them to represent our company is their ability to survive and thrive after a wildfire has ravaged the land. When the blooms are burned, the flower cones inside are ready to release their seeds for the wind to scatter, so more beauty can grow and blossom. The plants also have thick underground stems that are filled with dormant buds that sprout and bloom immediately after the fire.
My prayer is that our flowers can be the beginning of big changes in the lives of the people destroyed in the fire of abuse and captivity. That the money and efforts generated by our company can be the start of a full life with better options for them.