your vision, our flowers
The Flower Market on 7th Street is the only area shop dedicated to the do-it-yourself bride, offering a wide selection of imported and domestic flowers and hands-on wedding design classes.
The do-it-yourself trend for wedding flowers started about 15 years ago, as information about floral design and flower varieties became more accessible. Most of the interest at that time was on small, budget- friendly weddings. At about the same time, the overall wedding experience started to change. Weddings became more personal, an expression of the bride's own sense of style. Brides today know what they want--in flowers, color and design. And they are creating their own vision.
If you're planning a wedding, we invite you to stop by and walk through our 1,600 square-foot cooler. It's loaded with flowers and greenery, and our sales staff can answer questions about flower availability , pricing, and ordering.
Not sure about designing your own wedding flowers? We offer a floral Wedding Design Class that will teach you how to create the essential wedding pieces : a hand-tied bouquet, corsage, boutonniere, and a simple centerpiece- using roses, filler, and greenery. (We also provide referrals for wedding florists who create beautiful weddings for every budget--from a simple bridal bouquet to a full-service wedding.)
*As with all our website photos, the photos on this page were taken by Flower Market staff.
The Flower Market on 7th Street offers a hands-on design class for the bride interested in creating her own wedding flowers.
This popular Sunday afternoon class teaches the essential wedding florals--a hand-tied bouquet, corsage, boutonniere and simple centerpiece--using roses, filler and greenery.
Instructor Virginia Glover, a Texas Master Florist, owns a wedding and special event floral company. Her love of flowers and passion for teaching wedding design has inspired Fort Worth area brides for two decades.
Learn how to create a simple vase arrangement using basic floral techniques you can use for a variety of flowers, styles and vases.
Virginia Glover, who also teaches our Sunday afternoon wedding design class, will focus on design mechanics, principles of design and the use of color.