Tell me a little bit about your business!
We are a full time, full service wedding and event floral studio that began humbly in my parents’ basement in 2011. Since then, we have grown into a design space in the North Hills, hired talented staff, and are now executing 50+ weddings and events each year. While we are a busy little studio always teeming with gorgeous blooms, our major focus is on creating a personal and positive experience for our clients. This is a business grown from love and started from a desire to spread joy with flowers.
What makes your work unique?
As a master florist and professionally trained horticulturalist, I’m deeply passionate and committed to one thing: designing beautiful arrangements with the highest quality flowers available to make your Blue Daisy Wedding Experience a total dream. As the primary designer at The Blue Daisy, I utilize my unique creative skills and merge them with your unique wedding vision. I’ll connect with you myself to understand your unique vision so we can create your own special blend of wedding day magic. We pride ourselves on being meticulous when it comes to physically constructing your wedding florals. Plus, you have my promise that you won’t see your bouquet on Pinterest next week in another bride’s hands! My education and experience allow me to create beautiful boutonnieres, centerpieces, and bouquets for my brides. But it also gives me a way to make my corner of the world a happier and more beautiful place through the power of flowers.
What is your ideal client like?
Our couples are excited about the flowers for their wedding and are looking for something creative and unique. They want to have a wonderful experience planning their big day and they desire to work with vendors who are just as enthusiastic about their wedding as they are.
How do you work with couples to bring their floral dreams to life?
My style tends to stem from landscape design principles since horticulture and gardening are where I got my start. I like to blend colors and textures and create flow and movement just as a landscape architect would do when designing the garden of an English country home. But really, the style cues begin with my couples and the feelings they are looking to evoke on their wedding day.