In Bloom Flower Farm- Georgetown, KY
I met Carly of In Bloom Flower Farm as a fellow vendor. We were set up at Vintage Market Days held in the Kentucky Horse Park a year or so ago. Her little stall and flower cart were so quaint, it reminded me of the farmers markets I visited in Europe. My blog was just in its infancy, but I hoped then to have the opportunity to work with her in the future.
Upon our arrival we were greeted warmly by Carly and her helpers. The spring setting was absolutely gorgeous, with trees and bushes abloom across the property. This is the first full year the farm will be used for cultivating flowers. The barn house studio was rustic and cozy, packed full of multicolored blossoms, together with leafy sprays and florets for filler. It was Easter Saturday and business was booming as excited guests bustled about, selecting flowery delights for their home celebrations.
In Bloom Flower Farm offers an array a decorative options. A blushing bride may choose her colors for custom made arrangements. For the DIY bride, there are buckets of pretty posies from which to choose. Take advantage of this perfect opportunity for the family or the bridesmaids to get together and fashion displays for the happy occasion.
I fell in love with the whimsical, blossoming crown, a radiant and natural accent for the bride’s ensemble.
Keep an eye on their website for additional ideas which are always “blooming”. They have a charming flower cart for transport to parties and events and a children’s garden is being considered. Fall visitors can create beautiful wreaths with dried flowers harvested from the summer’s bounty. Check their calendar for the Saturdays and “pop-up” days they are open to the public beginning June 8th. They will return to the Horse Park for another Vintage Market Days festival May 31st through June 2nd.
In Bloom Flower Farm
160 Soards Rd
Georgetown, KY 40324
I met Carly of In Bloom Flower Farm as a fellow vendor. We were set up at Vintage Market Days held in the Kentucky Horse Park a year or so ago. Her little stall and flower cart were so quaint, it reminded me of the farmers markets I visited in Europe. My blog was just…