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Little Wild Bloom schedules a limited amount of weddings + events each season to ensure every celebration receives the time and personalized attention it deserves.

From initial inquiry to final floral design, your vision is heard and your details are lovingly curated. We take the utmost care in sourcing interesting foliage and flora, hand dyed silks, eco friendly recycled sari ribbons, as well as unique and reusable vessels.

We take pride in creating pieces that are out of the ordinary - bursting with color and texture, inspired by you - your style, your color preferences, the architecture of your venue. We use dried and foraged florals to add unexpected, seasonal touches - making each arrangement truly one of a kind.

Little Wild Bloom strives to be as environmentally friendly and sustainable as possible. We do not use floral foam, encourage guests to take arrangements home at the close of each event, compost all flower debris and recycle waste. When seasonally available - we strive to source local and American grown flowers.


"Stephanie went above and beyond working with us to make sure we had exactly what we wanted and that is was also within our budget. I will never be able to explain the moment I laid eyes on my bouquet, it was actual magic this is I am sure of!!" -Paige, bride

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Hi there, my name's Stephanie! I'm a born + raised midwesterner that transplanted to Florida a little over a decade ago. I’m also a lover of the mountains and spend as much time in North Carolina as I can. I'm the momma and wife in a little red haired family - if you’re local to Orlando, you’ve probably seen my boys helping me deliver flowers around town! I love a good cup of coffee, all things cozy and strive to find adventure in the simple.

My love of flowers became a career in floral design after the birth of my first son. While I transitioned from being a full time hairstylist to a mostly stay at home mom I longed for a creative outlet. Inspired by the amazing farmer florists of the PNW, I picked up some blooms and started arranging. I found the similarities between good hair and good flowers striking - color, balance, texture - it all translates.

Becoming a florist and sharing in so many celebrations of love, life and happiness has been humbling and overwhelmingly fulfilling - the ultimate dream come true.

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