wedding and special event floral design




See a range of our favorite designs across different seasons, aesthetics, and preferences.

greenery meets industrial

The Mt. Washington Mill Dye House is a favorite venue of our team. It has such a raw, industrial look that softens beautifully with abundant greenery and candles. We designed an entire wall of greenery to highlight the head table and bridal party sitting in front of it. Along with the wild greenery accents, we designed centerpieces of classic white and dusty blue blooms, keeping the overall look classic, romantic and timeless.

Planned by 1423 Events and photographed by Kimberly Denn

Mt. washington mill
dye house


A tented chesapeake classic

We love a tented wedding on the Eastern Shore! Brittland Manor provides such a timeless and refined location to host a wedding, and this event showcased it to perfection! From the beautiful sailcloth tent to the classic white and dusty blue colors, every detail was carefully thought out. Our centerpiece containers coordinated with the wooden chandeliers, the greenery vines along the head table accent the greenery throughout the gardens. It was a lovely day and we couldn't be happier for Laura and Robby!

Planning/Styling by Social Grace Events and photographed by Lauren R. Swann

Brittland Estates


Fall at the Fairmont

It was such a pleasure working with Megan and Jordy on their fall celebration at the Fairmont in Washington, DC. Wanting to bring a hint of burgundy into their reception, we kept the designs timeless and garden-inspired, overflowing with garden roses and hydrangea, adding in beautiful local burgundy dahlias for the contrast. Those deep red accents, combined with an abundance of candles, made the space feel so warm and romantic.

Planned by Just Us Weddings and photographed by Mikaela Marie Photo

The Fairmont Hotel,
Washington DC


A simple yet lush black tie affair

Designing the florals for Sierra and Brian’s day was such a joy. We started with a classic white inspiration board; but after being thrown a bridal shower full of boho elements, Sierra asked if we could modernize their decor a bit, thus the term ‘boho-lite’ was coined to describe the effortlessly cool and elegant design for their day. Accenting the venue's dramatic atrium with a copper chuppah, draped in greenery vines and grasses. In the old world ballroom, we designed towering arrangements of greenery and grasses to elevate the space, surrounding everything with hundreds of candles. 

Planned by The Other Side Creatives and photographed by The Lockharts

the baltimore pendry hotel


chesapeake coastal

Bethany and Johnny had been in multiple Floret & Vine weddings as a bridesmaid and groomsman, so when we received the news of their engagement, it was a moment to celebrate! Designing their wedding decor to honor their gorgeous venue on the Bay was a delight, and we kept the whole event romantic and fun, while never feeling stuffy or formal. We used vintage oyster cans, locally harvested oyster shells, and hundreds of feet of greenery vines to decorate the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. If their photos are any indication, they partied the night away and have a fun life ahead!

Planned by 2 Hands Studios and photographed by Molly McManus

the chesapeake bay foundation


a waterfront celebration

Christine and Andrew's day was full of love and family and nothing, not even extreme heat was going to put a damper on it! Their decor was both whimsical, modern and garden-inspired - full of greenery and blooms in soft shades of white, beige and blush. Along the waterfront of the Chesapeake Bay, they celebrated long into the night and we could not be more honored to have been a part of it.

Planned by Cana Wedding Co and photographed by Molly McManus

the wye river estate


"All the arrangements were incredibly elegant and sophisticated. Centerpieces were thoughtfully assembled and had abundant character that embodied and elevated our vision for our wedding."

— jordy + megan

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