Welcome to Origin Flowers. We grow beautiful seasonal flowers in Ballymoney, Northern Ireland. We offer posy deliveries, workshops at our flower farm & we can even grow and create all the flower arrangements for your wedding.
Treat yourself or someone special to a posy of flowers, grown locally and delivered for free across the north coast.
Our next posy drops…
Posies / Vouchers
Bunches of seasonal, local blooms, wild and romantic in style.
Our workshops are always a treat.
Throughout the year we hold seasonal workshops where you get to create something floral for yourself and you get a beautiful brunch or afternoon tea.
Our workshops are either held in our ‘Serenity’ polytunnel or our indoor coffee space depending on the weather. You also get tea/coffee/hot chocolate created by our in-house barista.
We love weddings at Origin. Our wild and romantic style together with our field grown seasonal blooms is the perfect combination. We start with a coffee and consultation at Origin and discuss all the floral details of your wedding. We discuss everything from buttonholes to installations and you can be as creative as you like with your ideas. All our flowers are delivered as part of our service. Get in contact to discuss your wedding flowers. There are also packages available and you can add to these with the additional flowers below.
Our hen parties are a special way to celebrate your upcoming wedding. There are many different options available including flower crowns, posy making, seasonal wreath making, etc. Our hen parties cost £35 for a minimum of 10 people. This includes coffee and cake plus brunch/lunch or afternoon tea. You have the whole site to yourselves and can decorate/bring your balloons/walk through the fields/talk to the goats whatever you fancy! We can also organise yoga if you want to add something extra to your day.
We’ve recorded a short video showing what’s happening here at Origin Flowers in these strange & unsettling times. Our Mother’s Day classes are cancelled but we are out and about this Saturday delivering bunches of flowers all over N.I. It’s going to be a hard time...
It seems that at the beginning of February I expect Spring to be just around the corner. However, January has definitely been the milder month this year and Spring temperatures are still a bit away. Despite this, work has been continuing outside and we’ve now finished...
January is the month for all things planning and sorting. We don’t do posies in January, instead spend our time prepping for the year ahead. Our posies are available in mid-February again when the Spring flowers make an appearance. This could be slightly earlier this...