EcoWilde is a sustainability-centered company focused on making an environmental impact thorough floral and plant design and a social impact through graphic design services. We specialize in experiences that emphasize community, collaboration, and cooperation. Whether we're working with couples, families, businesses, or industry vendors, we prioritize the connections that are made throughout the design process and work as a team to make our clients’ dreams a reality.
Our culture sets us apart. We use sustainable practices in our floral design and production in order to show respect for nature and reduce the environmental impact of events. We also practice ethical capitalism. Living wages, a healthy and safe work environment, and equal power sharing are a core part of our professional ethos.
About the Owner
Emily Neumann (she, they) is a country gal in the big-city bringing the joy of nature everywhere she goes. A life-long nature-lover and artist, she has a dual degree in Sustainability & Performing Arts which prepared her perfectly for a career in eco-friendly event production. Knowing that sustainable practices impact nature AND people, EcoWilde is their vision of a company that uses creativity to change the world one beautiful design at a time.
You can often find them listening to Brandi Carlile, gardening, making jewelry, or hanging out with their cute cat Pippi (pictured above) in their spare time. Her favorite place to vacation is the Olympia Peninsula of WA where she loves hiking and searching for sea stars on the beach!
Why Ec0-Friendly Floral Matters
Like other types of agriculture and manufacturing, the floral industry does not have its roots in sustainability. Chemical fertilizers and preservatives, international transport, and toxic production tools create a harmful environment for the plants, animals, and people who call our planet home.
At the heart of EcoWilde Flower Co.’s mission is a commitment to making exquisite floral designs using alternative practices and products.
Ways We Take Care of the Planet
In choosing how to stock our tool shelves, we opt for toxin free, reusable tools. We source products made from recycled goods, and minimize the use of plastics.
Recycling & Composting
We are connected to local garden groups that welcome our compost after every event. We also donate leftover arrangements to neighbors and local groups.
During peak flower season in the Midwest, we can source flowers from local farms. We use energy efficient delivery vehicles and strategize to minimize vehicle use.