Making your event memorable is what The Treehouse Florist is all about. You can count on us to interpret your vision into a beautiful reality by working with you to reflect your style, values and personality in every detail.
So whether it’s a large or intimate wedding celebration, a notable birthday party or a golden wedding anniversary, we’re here to color your dream with flowers, just the way you imagined it.
Why Choose The Treehouse Florist?
Because, like you, we believe that you deserve the utmost in personal service and attention to detail. And we know that reputation counts, for a lot!
So, sit back and relax, we’ll make all the arrangements…with the perfect flowers, for your picture perfect day!Read More
These are some of the photographers whose work appears on our site.
Mackler Studios – mackive.com
2011 5th Ave., NY C | 347-699-6225
Dane Hildebrand – www.photographybydane.net
Jackson Photography – www.jacksonphotography.com
5 Blenmont Ct. Phoenix, MD 21131
410-817-6778 | firstname.lastname@example.org
John Zito Photography – www.jzpics.com
410-638-9417 / email@example.com
Jane Plus Neal Images – www.janeplusneal.smugmug.com
11 West Philadelphia Street, York, PA
Tere Schubert – www.tereschubert.com
Many of our brides select a mixture of different colors when choosing flowers or a color palette for their wedding. Others prefer a monochromatic palette, selecting just one color. In order to keep monochromatic bouquets interesting, we work with different shapes, textures and hues of that particular color when designing our bouquets.
This lovely purple bouquet is filled with lots of tints and shades of purple, as well as various textures and different flower shapes, as represented by the mini calla lilies, roses, hydrangea, carnations and alstroemeria. Even the mixture of foliage used to collar the bouquet provide interest in their different textures, colors and shapes.
Of course, the traditional all white bouquet is still popular, and the various shapes and textures of the flowers are what provide interest and depth in what could otherwise be quite a lackluster bouquet.
Many of the Fall weddings for the past couple of years have used this color theme a lot, for it surely is a beautiful and brilliant fall mix. One of my favorites was this cascade of Royal Sunset Lilies, along with the maids bouquets of these same lilies with purple stock.Read More
My niece, Valerie, who loves the fall and Halloween, picked October 31st for her wedding, in a barn outside of Gettysburg. The barn took a lot of decorating and we had to work around a few things that had to masqueraded, but it all came together. Her bouquet was one of the funkiest I’ve done – Mango and Purples calla lilies, hypericum berries, seeded eucalyptus and birch branches. What you can’t see in this photo is that the bouquet holder sits inside of a real birch branch.Read More
There is still that rare occasion where people decide to elope. Yesterday, a mom came in to share with us that her daughter decided to get married while in Las Vegas. The bride’s one regret, the bouquet she had to borrow at the chapel was plastic, not even silk, but plastic. Since both mom and daughter are flower lovers, mom asked us to put together a small bouquet for her daughter in honor of her marriage. So we designed a sweet, hand-tied bouquet of white daisies, cream roses and Attache roses, collared with white feathers and tied off with pink satin ribbon.
The bizarre twist to this whole story is that this couple has been together for 35 years, and now has finally tied the knot. Congratulations to Ken and Cathy!
Here are some of the venues where we have provided flowers for weddings or other events.
Antrim 1844, Taneytown, MD
The Barn at Serra Valley, Mt. Airy, MD
Forest Hills State Park, MD
Heritage Hills, York, PA
Lauxmont Farms, Marietta, PA
Naylor’s Winery, Stewartstown, PA
Our Lady of Grace, Parkton, MD
St. John the Baptist, New Freedom, PA
Stone Mill Inn, Hallam, PA
Yorktowne Hotel, York, PAPin It Read More
She had picked colors just perfect for the setting, and oddly enough, for the weather as well. The bright green and yellow flowers of the maid’s bouquets made everything seem brighter, especially the day. It was Crystal’s Day and she made the most of it.Read More
While she might not think so, Heather Wright was, without a doubt, the most organized bride I’ve ever had the pleasure to work with. We first met one year before her wedding, which frankly made me a little nervous, thinking “who needs this much time, and what am I getting myself into”. But it turned out to be very well planned and organized. And the fact that the date was after, and not on or before, Valentine’s Day was definitely in our favor.
She had already booked the historic Yorktowne Hotel in downtown York, PA with it’s gorgeous ballroom, which gave them ample space for both the ceremony and reception.
Her color choices of wine and white were also perfect, following Valentine’s Day, and allowed us to select flowers in those colors which would be in good supply, like white and wine calla and mini calla lilies and mokara orchids.
Booking the wedding a year out also gave us plenty of time to create custom silk pieces: the flower girl’s headpiece and kissing ball, and a throw to match the bridal bouquet.Read More