The inspiration for Everyday Spring started with a simple problem: flowers are expensive. We had just graduated and started our new jobs when we began planning our wedding. We were flaberghasted by the premium of having simple, fresh, beautiful flowers for our wedding and we were determined to find out why. With a full Pinterest board, an armory of magazine cutouts, coupons for crafting and home good stores, and a little help from connections with florists and wholesalers, we ended up doing all the flowers for our own wedding, at an attainable cost. We learned a lot from our experience, and the rest is history.
This was just suppose to be for fun, and being engineers by training, it was like any other process of curiosity-research-execution, but pretty soon, our friends began calling and asking us to do arrangements and bouquets for their everyday celebrations and holidays. We have even since done flowers for multiple weddings and events.
We realized that our experience was not a one-off, and we were astonished at how difficult it was to find beautiful blooms, from designer to grocery florals, that didn't break the bank, had a lot less flowers than for the price, were already in their last stage of bloom, or more fillers than anything else.
Everyday Spring was born out of a rebellious spirit to be the alternative.
We believe in social responsibility and fair wages as much as we believe that flowers are only as beautiful as they are accessible. And it's as simple as that.