Photo by Kismet Visuals & Co.
We do everything including arranging small bouquets, large bouquets, centerpieces, garlands, floral crowns, boutonnieres, corsages, wearable florals, Wedding Florals, large floral installations, delivery, set up and breakdown.
We sweat all the details so that you don't have to think twice about your floral needs.
EcoFlora is owned and operated by Eva Provenzale McVey with help from her team (occasionally, this team includes her two young children, Elliott & Morgan). She has been in the floral industry since 2005, opening EcoFlora in 2010.
Originally beginning as a passionate hobby, EcoFlora is a Specialty Florist offering event florals and special occasion deliveries.
Our goal is to provide a sustainable source for all floral needs: from impactful floral installations at events to tiny terrariums.
Getting married? In the days before your wedding, Eva works hard to ensure that each flower is perfect, each corsage fits just right, and each bouquet matches your vision perfectly. She gets to work early, stays late, and surrounds herself with an incredible and dedicated staff to ensure that you won’t have to think twice about the flowers on your big day.
“Normality is a paved road. Its comfortable to walk,
but no flowers grow on it.”
— Vincent van Gogh
Source & Sustainability
If you'd like to know the source of your flower, ask us. We take pride in sourcing our flowers from farmers that we know.
During the growing season we use local farms such as Sunny Meadows and Anderson's Orchard. Our event roses come from PeterKort Roses. During the off season we try to source from North America. Obviously there are exceptions to every rule, but we try not to let making exceptions become habit.
Whether from a local farm, or not, we always recycle and compost. We also rent containers for every event (unless asked specifically to purchase). As well as wrap flowers at the end of the event for guests to take home-so that they do not end up in the garbage. The average wedding in the United States produces 400-600lbs of waste (per Huff Post), We are doing our part to reduce that as much as possible.