Morrce Florist is a premier florist on Martha's Vineyard.
Located on Martha’s Vineyard, Emily Coulter, owner/ designer, has been updating the aesthetic of the 75 year old flower shop since she took ownership in April 2014. There is a stunning selection of flowers, year round, and the coolers are filled with beautiful arrangements ready for purchase. More than just a flower shop, Morrice Florist now sells a huge selection of thoughtful gifts and housewares. Renovations have started for small scale gardens on site where Emily and her team of enthusiastic flower lovers will be growing a large variety of favorites.
Morrice Florist is Martha's Vineyards community flower shop. They are the go to florist for birthdays, anniversaries, get wells and funerals. Emily and her team are always creating the perfect bouquet for you.
The history of Morrice Florist is rich. Founded by James Morrice in 1940, the islands first farmer florist. He grew all of the flowers in his State road green houses and was completely dedicated to his craft.
Here are some things to consider when researching your Martha's Vineyard Florist for your wedding day.
How many weddings has the florist done? Look to see a portfolio of work to ensure they can meet the vision you have for your day.
Pickup or Drop-Off.
Will the florist pickup or drop-off from your wedding? This will save you time and headaches on your wedding day. One less thing for you to worry about.
Ask about alternate flower selections in your price range should a certain bloom be unavailable on your wedding day. Plan for the unexpected.
Will florist supply center pieces?
This is important to avoid any unplanned expenses and can really change the look and feel of your event.
Day of flower delivery.
Will the florist assist or offer an option to transport flowers from the ceremony site to your reception? The last thing you want to be worried about on your wedding day is how the center pieces will be transported.
Are they fresh?
Where are they getting and storing their flowers from? The longer your flowers have been cut, the greater the chance they will be wilted and look dead on your wedding day. More experienced florists will source your flowers locally and ensure they are cut and stored as late as possible.