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Elisa Roupenian & Martin Toha

    We had the pleasure of working with Elisa and Martin last October for their wedding at one of our favorite venues, Locusts on Hudson. They had their entire evening focused around the barn, which was a first for us. We had a blast playing with the space through floral installations! Check out their feature in […]

Danielle & David

bowery hotel, nyc wedding, bowery, lower east side, bride, ceremony, wedding ceremony, installation, floral installation, fireplace, candles, romantic wedding

As the wedding season winds down, we finally have time to gather up all of the photos from the past few months and organize our favorites. Here is a beautiful late summer wedding that we did at the Bowery Hotel. We always appreciate when clients let us play with installation for any aspect of their event–the […]

Rebecca Louise Law

flower art, flowers, floral art, installation art

Best known for her interactive large-scale installations of hanging flowers within site-specific spaces, Rebecca Louise Law is one of our all time favorite artists. She comes from a flower background and uses her knowledge to completely transform spaces with a simple material set: flowers and wire. Check out some of our favorite pieces from her […]

Chanel Haute Couture Spring 2015

chanel, couture, paper flowers, flowers, models, fashion

We are pretty astounded at the intricacy of Chanel’s recent Spring-Summer 2015 Haute Couture show at the Grand Palais in Paris. A beautiful installation of mechanical paper blooms (from the mind of Karl Lagerfeld) sat in the middle of the greenhouse while the models walked around it, their outfits mimicking the paper in color and […]

Makoto Azuma

Makoto Azuma, space, flowers in space, sculpture

In these colder winter months, we spend a lot of time finding new sources for inspiration. It is easy to get into a routine when you work with flowers all year long, but it is so important to find new ways to think about the material that we are so familiar with. Enter Makoto Azuma, a self-described […]