What could be more classic than the understated elegance of crisp whites and fresh greens? Our Classic Collection features dramatic blooms, graceful spires, and lush fillers. A little wild, a little whimsical, and a whole lot of romantic.
Crisp whites and fresh greens. It doesn’t get more classic than that. For the timeless couple.
We take care to source blooms of the highest quality in all our floral designs. While we don’t guarantee specific floral elements in our Classic Collection, you can expect to find many of the following elements, depending on availability and seasonality:
We know weddings and flowers go hand-in-hand. But we also know (better than most!) that flowers can be fussy—and expensive. We’ve designed our Classic Collection to eliminate the back-and-forth that goes into creating custom weddings florals. This makes the process simpler for you and us without compromising on quality! While we don’t guarantee specific floral elements in our Classic Collection, the overall color palette will reflect the collection’s as well as Hilltop Flower Co.’s signature style and taste.
If you are interested in custom wedding flowers, please visit our Contact page to reach out to us.
We strongly encourage you to take your flowers home immediately following pick-up. Store them in a cool and dark room or closet where children and household pets are unable to access them.
If you picked up your bouquets and/or centerpieces a couple of days before your wedding, we recommend replacing the water in the bouquet vases and topping off the water in the centerpieces with fresh, room-temperature water daily.
If you purchased boutonnieres and/or corsages, we recommend wrapping them in a damp paper towel to keep the flowers fresh.
Do not refrigerate your flowers. While the refrigerate may seem like the safest spot for flowers, household refrigerators are very different from floral coolers in that they are not able to provide the necessary humidity for flowers to thrive. Also, ripening fruit and vegetables produce ethylene, is a naturally occurring hormone that speeds up the death of flowers.