How North Wood Blooms Leads in Wood Flower Innovation

How North Wood Blooms Leads in Wood Flower Innovation

As a trailblazing business in the infancy of the overall wood flower industry, North Wood Blooms is proud to be one of the companies that is setting the standard for innovation and creativity in wood floral design. With 6 years in professional business and over 8 years of experience and experimentation with the sola wood flower medium, NWB is one of the oldest and more experienced wood flower businesses in the nation. (Yes, only 8 years and it's one of the oldest! To me that says POSSIBILITIES!) 

With a passion for pushing the boundaries of what's possible with wood flowers, we're constantly exploring new techniques, materials, and ideas to revolutionize the floral experience for both florists and luxury clients alike.

1. Pioneering New Techniques

Handmade Wood Flower Sunflower made with both sola wood and crepe paper by North Wood Blooms

At North Wood Blooms, I believe that innovation begins with experimentation. As an Art Educator with 8 years of experience in the classroom, I am used to experimenting with different materials and noting their limitations and possibilities. Wood Flowers are no different, and are extremely versatile. I am not afraid to push the envelope and try new techniques to elevate the art of wood flower floristry, in fact, I have been more passionate about doing this most recently in the past year more than ever before. From innovative dyeing methods to intricate shaping and detailing, I am constantly pushing the boundaries of what's possible with wood flowers - and trying to share my findings via my coaching website: Wood Flower Coach 

I create my own flowers from designs that I come up with using techniques invented or learned from other inspirations and wood flower sources. 

Andi Gretzinger in front of a luxury wood flower arch focal piece for a wood flower wedding photoshoot

We have also been featured in The Business News as well as local publications for not only what we offer, but kindness promotions that we have pursued in order to live out our mission. 





2. Unparalleled Quality and Craftsmanship

North Wood Blooms LLC was nominated for the best floral shop of Antigo, WI

Our commitment to excellence is evident in every aspect of our work. From sourcing the finest materials to meticulous craftsmanship, we take pride in delivering wood flower arrangements of unparalleled quality. You will not find blotchy color, paint drips, white spots, obvious defects or deformations of shapes and florals, or poor wood quality in our creations. You WILL find extreme detail in the color dyes, intricate ombre and color shifts, meticulous shaping and realism as well as high quality fillers and products within our products.  Each bloom is handcrafted with care and attention to detail, ensuring that every arrangement is a true masterpiece whether created by my own hands or the hands of artisans overseas from reputable international distributors. 

3. Customization and Personalization

North Wood Blooms LLC Northwoods Wood Succulent Garden on Ironwood from the Northwoods of Wicsonsin

At North Wood Blooms, I understand that every client is unique, and I'm dedicated to creating bespoke wood flower arrangements that reflect your individual style and vision. Whether it's a custom color palette, personalized branding, or a one-of-a-kind design, I work closely with our clients to bring your vision to life in stunning detail. I always send approval photos and keep an open line of communication from the beginning to the end of the creation process. As a bride, I create one of each item by hand and allow you to touch and feel your mock-up pieces to ensure it is exactly what you want. When ordering custom, I send photos for approval and make any changes as needed. With the longevity and everlasting quality of our pieces, there is a very real pressure to deliver to you the highest quality, most beautiful and detailed creation I can. I take this very seriously and hope you sense that. 

4. Sustainability and Eco-Friendliness

North Wood Blooms Northwoods Bouquet on an Ironwood Log Vase with Sola Wood Flowers sourced from the northwoods of Wisconsin

Innovation isn't just about pushing the boundaries of design; it's also about embracing sustainability and eco-friendliness. I am constantly staying up to date with the industry trends and markets that allow me to provide the most ethically conscious product that I can. That's why I'm committed to sourcing sustainable materials and practices, ensuring that our wood flower arrangements are as eco-friendly as they are beautiful. With North Wood Blooms, luxury clients can feel good about their choice knowing that they're supporting a company that cares about the planet. This comes through in our recycled, repurposed and reusable shipping materials to the minimal packaging we use in order to make less of an impact on the planet. 

5. Setting the Trends

Andi Gretzinger in front of a wood flower hanging arch installation

As a proud leader in the wood flower industry, I'm not just following trends; I'm setting them. My team of two talented designers are constantly on the lookout for the latest innovations and inspirations in floral design, allowing us to stay ahead of the curve and offer our clients the most cutting-edge designs and arrangements.

At North Wood Blooms, innovation is always top of mind. The longer we are in business, the more we are pushing the boundaries of what wood flowers are capable of. I'm proud to lead the way in wood floral innovation, pushing the boundaries of what's possible with both sourced and handmade sola wood flowers and redefining the art of floral design for a new generation of luxury wood flower clients and wood flower florists alike. Join me on this journey of discovery and creativity, and together, let's continue to push the boundaries of what's possible with wood flowers. 


Tell me, what is a CRAZY idea that you'd like to collaborate on!? I'd love to work with you on even the wildest wood flower dreams! Comment Below or email with your idea! 


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