Join us or host your own workshop
Host a private workshop
Gather a group of friends and meet us at the studio! From bouquets and centerpieces to wreaths and flower crowns - we’re happy to help create botanical memories for you and your friends or coworkers. Interested in a private workshop with Fern? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss pricing and availability.
Flower Bar Thursdays
Shop by the stem
Stop by the shop on Thursdays to hand select flowers by the stem from our weekly Fern Flower Bar - it’s different every week!
Start with a single bloom and build a bundle around it, or let your imagination run!
Rent Our Studio
Refined European style meets Southern hospitality
Host your next intimate event in our charming flower studio. Nestled in the heart of Columbia's Devine Street, we can accommodate it all!
Black and white awnings, a bright green door, and window boxes of flowers welcome your guests. Natural light floods the studio through front wall-to-wall windows, emphasizing exposed ceiling trusses and old-world inspired chandeliers. Entertain with ease in an airy, open floor plan that makes for tremendous versatility. Step outside the back door to a rear patio space accented by the glow of cafe lights.
The nearly 1000 square feet of indoor space and additional 300 square feet of outdoor space hosts up to 45 people standing or 25 people seated. Studio rental includes access to our kitchenette with refrigerator space, microwave and dishwasher, tucked away in our back space to keep catering operations concealed. Wifi access, and a user-friendly surround sound system that plugs directly into your phone or ipad is provided.
Please fill out this form to inquire about renting our studio.
Our Studio Before & After
Fern has come a long way since Sarah began with buckets and vases on her dining room table.
After five years of renting a space in Columbia’s Vista neighborhood, she knew it was time to find Fern a permanent home. In 2015, a small for-sale sign appeared in the window of an understated dusty building, just blocks from where she lived.
For decades the building was home to a husband and wife team: he did hair and she did flowers. In their retirement, the building sat vacant until we got the opportunity to breathe life and creativity back into its walls. We opened up the space, raised the dropped ceilings, and brought the flowers into 2855 Devine once again.