About Flower Bee

Who am I? Makenzie Ann, owner and sole proprietor of Flower Bee Floristry. Wedding florals designer, Valentines Day saver, and beautifier of anything boring. 
FBF is my baby; she is three years old and thriving. Pursuing a fulltime business amidst a pandemic, schooling, and part time work, with over a dozen more weddings to look forward to in 2021. A Senior at San Diego State University, General Business Major, studious but utterly creative personality. With immense experience with all kinds of brides and wedding styles, I can execute a vision. Southern wedding in North Carolina? That sounds like a shotgun shell boutonnière to me. Elegant whites and creams in Liberty Station? Anthuriums and orchids it is. 
No number of centerpieces or bridesmaids can phase me. I love to execute the dream of an all white or blush and cream wedding, but also thrive in bold colors and sass. Bring on the eucalyptus!
As an adaptable, creative seedling, I strive to beautify your life with God’s colorful creation designed around your vision. And if you don’t have a specific vision- not to worry! My expertise and versatile style will aid you along to find exactly what you would like. It is my mission to make you feel confident and at ease- as well as extremely impressed! 
Please click on the link below to read an article from the San Diego Voyager highlighting where I began and to know a little bit more about me! Feel free to shoot over an email to inquire about your upcoming wedding to receive a personalized quote for your Big Day! 

Where I Work

The beauty of flowers does not just have to be the beauty of flowers. Where I work is such a joy. A  project with my dad, boyfriend, and family, this work bench has been such fun to be build, be organized, and create your wedding and event flowers. 

My Mission

To glorify God in my work and take the burden off of you, so you can relax and enjoy the day you've dreamed about since you were a little girl. It should be about family and the ones you love, not about worrying if your vendors are doing their jobs.