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Farms

The North Fork is Farm Country. Before we enjoyed vistas of vineyards, there were potato fields as far as the eye could see. Local farmers don't grow as many potatoes as they once did, but there are still plenty of farms, and farmstands, where you can find your favorite fresh vegetables, fruits and flowers grown locally by locals. In fact, many growers are a great direct resource for an event that showcases farm to fork sensibilities-and you won't find fresher flowers than those grown in your backyard.


(Click the Vendor Name to go to their individual page. You'll find more details, social media links, photographs and a listing of the specific services offered. Video coming soon!)

Driftwood Farms

35675 Main Road
Orient, L.I., NY
(631) 323-8069
www.DriftwoodFarms.com

The lush scenic vistas that greet visitors to the Driftwood Farm disguise the workings of a real farm with flowers, fruits and vegetables available in season to lend a local, farm fresh quality to the decor and menu of your wedding or other special occasion. While owners Gretchen and Steve Mezynieski are delighted to welcome your event on site (visit the Venues page for more information), their harvests allow a farm to fork sensibility at your chosen location. The possibilities are endless, and Gretchen's creative flair with local resources will assure that your special day will be one-of-a-kind!

Salt Air Farm

1535 New Suffolk Road
Cutchogue, NY 11935
(631) 734-4180
www.SaltAirFarm.com

Whether your wedding or special occasion is in a restaurant, under a tent, in a vineyard or on the beach, the classic beauty of a simple floral arrangement by Salt Air Farm is unsurpassed. Bring a country garden to your celebration with bouquets and centerpieces of wildflowers, hydrangeas, dahlias, sunflowers- even fresh fruit. Prudence Heston will prepare the arrangements to your specification using the flowers in season, so if you have a favorite, make sure your special occasion coincides with its season for blooming. You may also purchase the flowers from the farm to prepare your own arrangements. Prudence will even give you a few classes to hone your technique. She calls them simple country arrangements. I call them simply beautiful. Visit the website now to see how lovely they can be.