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Mandy Scott Flowers

Wedding Flowers
Main Office Location:
4 Rodgers Street
San Francisco, California 94103

Contact: Mandy Scott
Phone: 415/441-5973
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Service Area:

The Bay Area, Northern and Southern California. Destination weddings welcome, both domestic and international, by special arrangement.

Gita + Mark at Cornerstone Gardens, Sonoma

A garden bouquet of pinks and whites is fresh, simple and elegant.

A pink rose makes a lovely boutonierre that complements the groom's pink tie and grey suit.

The bouquet was designed to match the creamy-white dress with its antique pink sash.

The pink floral theme continues in the petals strewn along the aisle.

The whisper-soft pink bow adds just the right accent to this lace wedding dress.

Signing the ketubah is part of a traditional Jewish wedding.

Wedding Flowers: Mandy Scott Flowers
Wedding Coordination: Mandy Scott Events
Wedding Venue: Cornerstone Gardens
Wedding Photographer:  Damion Hamilton Photographer
Wedding Linens:  Napa Valley Linens

Real Wedding Ideas: boutonniere, chuppah, escort cards, garden, Jewish, outdoor ceremony, peonies, pink, roses, rustic, signs, tables and linens

Prachi + Yashar: Indian Wedding at Holman Ranch

The elaborate mehndi on this bride's arms and hands blends in perfectly with the intricate details of her dress' fabric.

The groom makes a grand entrance.

Vibrant flowers and succulents trim the wedding mandap.

The bride and groom wear fresh flower garlands, an Indian tradition.

A bright yellow mandap lounge.

Beautiful low floral arrangements encourage conversation across the family-style tables.

Wedding Coordination: Mandy Scott Events
Wedding Flowers: Mandy Scott Events
Wedding Venue: Holman Ranch, Vineyard and Winery
Wedding Photographer: Loic Nicolas Photography
Wedding Rentals: Hartmann Studios
Wedding Tenting: Raj Tents

Real Wedding Ideas: barn, escort cards, Indian, mandap, mehndi, outdoor ceremony, pink, purple, ranch, yellow

You Need To Know...
Vendor Type { Flowers }
Company Founded { 1999 }

Verified Reviews from Real Brides & Grooms

“The flowers were one of my favorite aspects of our wedding. They were so fresh and the colors were so vibrant—Mandy really got my vision and brought it to life. It blew me away; it was really perfect. I couldn’t be happier.”

“Her floral arrangements were mesmerizing.”

“When I sat down with Mandy the first time (for an initial flower consultation), she took the concepts I had in my mind and described a total look and feel to the event in great detail—even including ideas for centerpieces and other décor on that very first day. She clearly knew exactly what I was trying to envision and from that point I felt like I was in great hands.”

“She knows the importance of flowers at a wedding celebration and she works with you, your budget and your taste to make sure there are beautiful centerpieces, bouquets and boutonnieres.”

“She really made the flower process easy and less stressful. Our budget was respected and kept, which we were happy about. She substituted other, less expensive flowers in to make the place look spectacular without compromising our budget or the overall look.”

“I went in to meet Mandy one afternoon at her store on Union Street. When I walked in I was immediately impressed. It was just beautiful and the arrangements that adorned the store were gorgeous.”

“She has an eye for beauty and her flower work is really an art form. She is the utmost professional and I would highly recommend her services.”

“Her prices were reasonable and she didn’t just give us a great product, she gave us the ideas and suggestions to really put the extra special touch on our event.”

“Mandy was a blessing. She listened to everything I described and was very honest about what was going to be more difficult to achieve (not a lot of flowers come in navy blue). But she offered great innovative ideas to match the look and feel I was trying to achieve.”

“I felt like Mandy was more of a friend than a vendor by the end.”

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