Bride and Bloom is operated by Texas native, Alisa McCorquodale, who earned a B.S. from Sam Houston State University in Horticulture, then went on to Kansas State University where she completed her M.S. in Plant Science. She has always been interested in the anatomy and physiology of plants and their ability to produce food and fiber. Later she came to appreciate them for their beauty and symbolism.
Alisa developed a true passion for floral artistry after attending The Benz School of Floral Design at Texas A&M and teaching Floral Design in public school for 10 years. Her favorite designs have a lush, wild and organic vibe inspired by nature.
Growing up, a favorite childhood memory is playing behind the blue hydrangea bush at her grandmother’s home, and she still remembers the smell of gardenias coming through her mother’s kitchen windows.
When not amid flowers, you can find her with her husband and two children traveling in their beloved Airstream. Keeping hens, gardening and daydreaming about places to go and see are among her favorite things.
What To Expect
- Discuss Ideas and Dreams
- Pinterest Exchange
- Schedule Consult
- Complete Wishlist Form
- In-Person Consultation
- Review Inspiration Board
- Discuss Likes/Dislikes
- Budget Planning
- Develop Custom Proposal with emphasis on Options
- Schedule Follow-up Meeting (Typically about 2 weeks after initial consult)
- Follow-up Meeting
- Discuss/Select Final Options, Additions, etc.
- Proposal Revisions
- Email Updated Proposal
- Sign Contracts
- Place Deposit to Reserve Wedding Date
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