We love creating modern botanical arrangements weekly for some of the best restaurants and hotels in New York City
Specializing in unique containers, surprising florals and natural botanicals…if not plucked from the garden…then at least inspired by!
Garden inspired, urban influence…our naked botanicals not only expose the roots of the plant…but the simple beauty of nature.
This delicious pink rununculus, pink tulips, pink roses pops with this bright green viburnum in a pink glass vase.
I wrote this book with simple floral recipes of some of my favorite ideas. Helen Norman shot the fantastic pictures and Clarkson Potter published it. You can order a copy here...
We lit 800 candles in 30 minutes for this event at the Metropolitan Museum
Sweetpeas in a wine glass makes a simple arrangement for any party.
The color of the red onions and snapdragons makes a surprising fresh arrangement.
It was a fun challenge to create a wild, fun, sophisticated event design for the launch party for Patricia Fields clothing line for HSN.
I think carrots are as beautiful as flowers...
I always appreciate it when the guests match the the decor as these two do at Kim Seybert"s Hampton's luncheon.
I made these monochromatic bouquets for the wedding issue for InStyle magazine.
A table scape made of grapes, small eggplants, kiwis and apples mixed with lilacs and French tulip accented by a fuzzy weed from the field...all to make a spectacular Vermont wedding as beautiful as the surroundings.
I love using loads of nubby, gritty, fuzzy things mixed in with great flowers. It takes the edge off the sweetness.
Event Design is as much about the look and the furniture as it is about the flowers. This birthday party at the Top of the Rock had a modern urban look that matched its magnificent architecture.
I love a large event with the drama of long tables as we did for this Nike event.
Peony and Eucalyptus makes the perfect hand-tied bouquet.