Wood Flowers: Alternative Wedding Flowers | Heart & Sola Creations

Wood flowers
for weddings & events

LGBTQ+ Friendly Florist in the Greater Philadelphia Area

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Groom and tattooed bride, with a cascading bouquet, staring into each other's eyes on their wedding day.

Portrait of Katie: a young woman with short brown & green, curled hair wearing a burgundy t-shirt.

About Katie
owner & designer

I use wood flowers to create bouquets and arrangements for people looking to add unique, personal items to their lives. I love capturing each customer’s personality in my creations, and showing that home decor and weddings don’t have to be boring or generic.

When I’m not busy working on flowers & crafts, you can find me scrolling TikTok, watching a cooking competition show (and wishing I could cook), or catching up on the latest true crime documentary.

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Portrait of Katie: a young woman with short brown & blue curly hair wearing a black tank top.

I’m sure you’re wonderingWhat are sola wood flowers?

The flowers I use are made from the root of a plant called aeschynomene aspera, but that’s complicated, so it is also known around the world as sola, shola, and a few other names. They have a cork or foam-y feeling, can be dyed any color, and weigh next to nothing!

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“These flowers are absolutely stunning. The colors of the flowers matched my elopement theme perfectly and Katie was able to make my vision come alive.” – Elle

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