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About Wild Indigo
Wild Indigo is a boutique floristry company based in Central Pennsylvania specializing in lush and abundant arrangements for weddings and events. Our arranging style is inspired by the changing seasons, nature, and each individual couple. We love ornate flowers, lots of texture, and cascading pieces of greenery.
Words we frequently hear describing our style:
- fresh picked
You get the picture...
More than anything, we want our couples to feel taken care of. This is your wedding day. Through frequent communication and organization, we hope to keep your stress level low by taking on the heavy lifting.
If this sounds like you:
We most frequently serve Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New York (NYC and Hudson Valley), but are available for travel! We crave adventure.
Supporting other local small businesses (mostly female owned!) is SO important to us.
We focus on using locally sourced, seasonal, flowers whenever possible and feel that by doing so, we are able to offer our clients the freshest, and most unique, product! Some of our favorite flower farms include Roots Cut Flower Farm, Cold Water Flowers, and Cool Spring Garden.
Each wedding is different! because of this we do not have package pricing. To set up a consultation, and receive personalized pricing, please fill out the inquiry form. Wild Indigo has a $5,000 minimum. Exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis.
Kristiana has always had a love for the outdoors and being creative. Growing up she frequented art classes and nature camps, but struggled to find her creative niche. After graduating from Dickinson College in 2014, she worked at the Dickinson College Farm, managed her own 1 woman farm and eventually landed on a flower farm. It was here that she was introduced to wedding floristry and the rest is history. Wild Indigo was started in 2018 and quickly grew. She finally found her creative medium, flowers.
When Kristiana isn't designing, she can be found playing outside with her 3 little boys, sipping iced dirty chais at Denim Coffee, and eating too much Thai food with her husband, Sinjin.
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