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BRIAN JONES | founder/lead designer

Brian is our lead designer and focuses on the florals that go into our events. He grew up learning the trade in his family owned New York flower shop. With a background in horticulture and the culinary arts, he understands that you’re only as good as your ingredients. He strives to use seasonal materials that result in florals that look as if they belong where you’re putting them. Brian has studied with some of the industry’s top floral designers, and has developed a design style that is loose and romantic. One that incorporates fruiting branches, twisting vines, and lush natural greenery. He works closely with each couple to capture and tell their unique story.

 


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MALLORY JONES | founder / wedding director

Mallory Morris is our event director and hails from Colorado. She ensures our clients are supported and that our events run smoothly. With an education in mathematics and a background in sourcing for a large NYC fashion company, Mallory brings strong organizational skills, and keen eye for color and trend to the company. The left brain to Brian’s right, she’s the rudder that steers our ship.


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WALTER SANTAMARIA | floral designer

Walter Santamaria is a lover of flowers and a father of two. He joins our team after a long career in wedding set ups. Wherever you’re getting married, there’s a good chance Walter has worked in that space before. He adds experience and wisdom beyond his years, and keeps our team laughing as we work. Having dedicated his life to the art of floral design, Walter has studied with some of the industry’s top floral designers, and has been integral in the defining of our signature design style.


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TEEK | emotional support

Born on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, Teek now calls Brooklyn home. She enjoys hanging around the studio, greeting clients and taking long naps in the soft studio light. When she’s not in the studio she can be found people watching on the steps of the Brooklyn Museum.