Our Philosophy

A Thymeless Bloom believes that Your wedding flowers should be created with passion and inspiration. Wedding flowers should compliment the brides personality as well as thier style and dreams.

We believe no bride should be turned away due to budget and will work with each bride one on one to create the perfect floral design to fit their means. We are dedicated to the quality and artistry of our designs and your big day.

Areas Served

A Thymeless Bloom provides complete floral service in Northern Illinois, the Chicago Suburbs & Southern Wisconsin

What We Do

A Thymeless Bloom specializes in the following services:

Large inventory of fresh flowers, Tropicals, Plants, European/dish gardens, Contemporary and traditional arrangements, High-style floral arrangements, Silk arrangements, Weddings, Funeral designs, Extensive gift line, Gourmet and fruit baskets, Gift baskets & Greeting cards.

Our Team

Here at A Thymeless Bloom, we are dedicated to providing you with exceptional flowers and service for your special day at an affordable price!

Courtney Turner, ICPF


Courtney Turner is the Owner of A Thymeless Bloom. She began her career in 2004 by taking floral classes at McHenry County College. She finished her design certification in 2006. The same year, Courtney was inducted as an Illinois Certified Professional Florist. She was awarded the Illinois State Florist Association's Grant for Education in 2012 and attended the Teleflora Education Center to study wedding design. Courtney continued her education and completed her AAS in Horticultural Studies and Gardening Certification in 2013. She was also awarded the Bill Blythe Educational Endowment in 2014 and an FTD Educational Scholarship in 2015. Courtney competes at the Illinois State Florist Association's annual design show. She was Second Runner Up in the 2014 Land of Lincoln Cup and won First Place in the 2015 Tablescape Design Contest along with her designer Alissa.

Courtney managed and designed for other shops for many years and opened A Thymeless Bloom in 2013. She chose the business name because of her love for Egyptian history. Her favorite Goddess is Isis, the Goddess of beauty, nature, magic and motherhood. Courtney is very passionate about her career and the floral industry. She strives to be a great designer and always looks for new ways to reinvent design. She loves to learn from others and is open to trying new ideas and techniques.

Alissa Schumacher

Floral Designer

Alissa Schumacher has been in the floral industry for 10 years. As a third generation floral enthusiast, she is very passionate about the creativity and artistry of her work. Alissa has studied greatly in color theory and art of design and has a Bachelors of Fine Arts from Northern Illinois University. She finds it essential to continue education and participates in floral classes throughout Illinois.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much do wedding flowers cost?

Prices completely depend on what types of flowers you like and how many pieces you need. For example: Bridesmaid's Bouquets on average cost $35.00-$85.00 but can run as low as $10.00 if they carry a single flower like a calla lily. Bridal Bouquets can cost anywhere between $75.00 - $350.00 or more if you like a lot of jewels, brooches, or high style design. If you have 2-5 bridesmaids and an average sized family, then your wedding party/family flowers will likely run $500.00-$1,000.00. If you have 6-10 bridesmaids then your flowers will likely run $1000.00 - $1500.00. If you like centerpieces or other flowers for the ceremony or reception then the total will double or triple depending on the size of your wedding. There are unlimited options for centerpieces and they can range in price from $10.00 - $400.00 or more. On average most centerpieces range $40.00 - $250.00. These prices are all approximate averages and are not guaranteed.

When should we come in to discuss flowers?

We recommend coming in 4-6 months before your wedding. Once you have your venue booked, bridal gown, and color pallet chosen; we can start working with you on your wedding flowers.

What should we bring to our consultation?

Photo/printed color pictures of flowers you like

Photos of your dress

Photos/swatches of the bridesmaid's dresses

Photos/information about your ceremony/reception site(s)

Your Budget

How much do you require for a deposit?

We require a $100.00 non-refundable deposit to hold your date. We only book a limited number of weddings per weekend so we recommend putting the deposit down as soon as possible to guarantee your date.

When is my final payment due?

Final payment is due by 2 weeks before your wedding. If your wedding is on a Sunday then your final payment is due by the Saturday 2 weeks and 1 day prior to your wedding date.

Do you offer payment plans?

You are welcome to break your total balance into payments leading up to your wedding but the final balance must be paid by 2 weeks prior to your wedding date.

Wedding Flowers only last a day, why should I pay so much for them?

This is something we hear frequently. Every part of your wedding is for one day: the venue, the food, the dj, the flowers, the cake, etc. What are the 2 things you take from your wedding?...your memories and your photographs; and what is featured in many of your photographs?....Your Flowers. If you like flowers, then we recommend that you don't cut the budget on your flowers as you will see them every time you look at your wedding photos, splurge a little and get what you really want versus what is "cheapest".

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