Sharla Flock Designs is a floral design studio specializing in beautiful wedding and event work. Our passion for flowers is deeply rooted in our desire to connect nature & people through creating designs that cerebrate the people they represent.

We practice sustainability throughout our business and love supporting our local growers as well as taking cuttings from our own garden. Our honeysuckle and scented geranium are amazing! We believe in the power of flowers and enjoy nothing more than donating arrangements following our events to homebound seniors in our community.

Sharla’s love for flowers bloomed as a child when a close family friend launched her first flower shop out of the back of her father’s law office in the 1970’s. Since this time Sharla has followed the path to happiness through flowers.

As owner & principal designer, Sharla’s design ability & desire to create is far reaching. Ranging from intimate weddings to elaborate event design. Each project is embraced with excitement and commitment to deliver floral design that is centered in a deep love for her craft and with a BFA in Fine Arts under her belt, Sharla truly understands how color, composition, and design plays into creating truly unique floral & event design.

Sharla’s floral arrangement graced the cover of Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine in the spring of 2010 and speaks to the quality of work she & her staff produce. Since opening Sharla Flock Designs in 2002, Sharla’s work has been published over 30 times in various leading industry magazines.

When choosing Sharla Flock Designs for your wedding or event, you are consciously deciding to ensure that your special event will be artful, unique, and created by someone who is passionate about your vision and is focused on the details.

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Dear @speakerpelosi I sincerely hope you will use your voice, followed by your powerful actions, to help shine a light on an industry that is dying. The live events industry will be the last to return for obvious reasons. People are without jobs. People are without money to support their families. The events industry is a trillion dollar asset to the U.S. economy and employs 12 million people, my husband and I are included in this number. Please help bring the to RESTART Act to light in the Senate and provide additional support to those in need. Thank you. ...