Clair & Daniel

This was one of the most unique weddings I’ve ever been a part of.
From the moment I saw photos of Clair’s dress, I knew what flowers she had to carry!
She was a dream to work with with. We both had the same floral vision  of shades
of purple, cream and green with very natural styling.
This wedding was all about individuality and romance.

Cindy & Jon at the Stone Mill

This romantic, rustic wedding took place at the Stone Mill
in the New York Botanical Garden.
My favorite autumn colors of purple, golden orange and burgundy
were accented with textural foliage.  

Andrew & Richie

Andrew and Richie were married on a warm sunny day in their beautiful new home overlooking the Hudson. We were able to transform the main floor into a  reception site for the party afterwards.

Romantic Autumn Wedding

I love pastel garden roses, and these Kiera from David Austin and fragrant and beautiful. The subtle blush tones are very romantic and the addition of a variety foliage and curly willow accents gives a nice rustic feel for the autumn weddings.

It Starts with a Sketch

A quick sketch helps me visualize when planning an event. I find it helpful to jot down my first ideas about flowers, materials and colors. It also helps develop variations on a theme as in these two related bouquets.

The Little Things

This group of corsages, boutonnieres, and small bouquet blends traditional ivory roses with a hint of the rich colors used in the wedding decor.


Brides are often left with sizable fabric swatches after gown alterations. Wrapping the bouquet stems is a nice finishing touch

Roses, Roses, Roses

Three pretty new bouquets, all inspired by the Geraldine rose, one of my favorite pink roses.

Bouquet Details

One of my favorite combinations for traditional, neutral bouquets blends creamy Mondial roses with white Majolica spray roses to add warm blush tones, and pure white stock for contrast and texture.