Bayou City Flowers is a full-service florist based in Houston, TX serving the greater Houston area. We create and deliver fresh-cut flower arrangements to help you make a lasting impression at your wedding, in your office or rests. We additionally delivery sympathy designs for celebrations of life/funerals at all price-points.
Bayou City Flowers's name was chosen to celebrate Houston's natural spaces that are as abundant, diverse and tenacious as its citizens. To share the love of flowers and all things plants with our fellow Houstonians is what opened our doors in the first place and will keep them open for years to come.
Flowers are more than just another luxury, they are the subjects of life's sweetest sentiments. They turn just another night after work into a special rendevous. They create a mood of splendor on the table for what would otherwise be an ordinary meal.
Understanding our customers' needs comes first. From simple arrangements for your sweetheart to unique wedding themes to custom corporate flowers, our goal is your satisfaction.
We like to ask questions like: What message are you trying to convey? What makes your business special? What is your budget? What mile-markers does each arrangement or installation signify? You don't need to know a lot about flowers for Bayou City Flowers to provide the perfect design for the occasion.
A stunning arrangement of flowers marks any event with tenderness using their scent, touch and visual grace. They were mankind's first adornments for themselves, their homes and gardens. Flowers are the subject of the greatest works of art and lyrics in our songs. We use them to greet each birth and say a last good bye at the time of death. We admire them so much we give their names to our daughters: Rose, Iris & Violet, just to name a few!
We want to share this deep and long-lasting love of blossoms and blooms with you and those you care about and the moments that bring us all together. Flowers are not a cliche. They are the product of thousands of years of cultivation, gifting, tradition and joy. Here's to another thousand years of flowers.