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.
Apples look great and fill up a nice amount of space without spending a lot of money in an arrangements.
Lilacs, roses, ferns and sweet pea for creates a festive floral display for any spring time event.
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.
One long table for a dinner of 200 makes a dramatic elegant corporate affair at this Nike event.
I always appreciate it when the guests match the the decor as these two do at Kim Seybert"s Hampton's luncheon.
When the view is spectacular all you need for a summer country wedding are hundreds of sunflowers in ball jars and galvanized pails.
Amaranthus and Alliums make a spectacular entry way bouquet.
sap buckets for Aisle markers...perfect for a Vermont wedding
onions and snapdragons...
I made these monochromatic bouquets for the wedding issue for InStyle magazine.
Orange and Pink was the color of the day...clothes and flowers. Tulips, chinch, Ladies Mantle, stock, peonies, viburnum, in a line down the table...very spring!
Coxcomb,carnations, calla lilies, onions and scabiosa are the perfect quirky flowers for a Patricia Fields Event!
I hate red and green for Christmas. My preferred palette is white...think snow, silver bells and candle light and you got a a great table setting
This delicious pink rununculus, pink tulips, pink roses pops with this bright green viburnum in a pink glass vase.