Firstly, congratulations on your engagement, what an exciting time!

Thanks for getting in touch, we aim to make the planning process simple and straightforward, recognising that you probably haven't done this before. You may be feeling a little lost and overwhelmed by the whole thing! Luckily for you, we eat, sleep and breathe flowers so we are already excited to start planning your wedding flowers with you!

How does it all work?

All of our weddings are unique. We will work with you to create your dream wedding and to give you advice to get the most impact for your budget.

A €100 booking deposit will secure your date and once you are booked in and have chosen dresses, suits etc, a detailed consultation will take place, after which we will create a proposal for your flowers.

We keep in touch with you throughout your planning process with one final call a month prior to your wedding to finalise all the details.

The week before your wedding, we select the best blooms on offer from our Dutch wholesaler to compliment our own irish-grown foliage and flowers. Those flowers are prepped and arranged in our studio in the days before your wedding and on the day our experienced team will execute delivery, set-up and any on-site design work, ensuring the finishing touch is placed on every floral detail. We return to your venue the day after to collect all the rental items.

Our minimum spend is €1,500, based on our minimum order amounts from our suppliers. Typically our couple’s wedding budgets average from €2k- 4k/5k+ but this is just a guide, all wedding’s are different.

Get in touch now to check availability for your date and to request our 2024/25 pricelist

Brigid Riley is the creative force behind FERNWOOD. Having returned to Ireland in 2015 after a number of years working in the US and UK, her style is uniquely expressive, romantic and natural. Inspired by the movement and texture often found in natural landscapes and her own cottage gardens, Brigid creates their signature garden-gathered designs in her studio in rural Co. Meath. Her work has been featured in a variety of settings from high profile corporate and political events to more intimate social occasions such as weddings, birthdays and private parties in the US, UK and beyond.