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Carolyn Gregg Flower Design212-786-0589; carolyngreggflowers.com
Gregg lists interior decorators, publishing types, and organizations like the New York Landmarks Preservation among her clients. The Treillage alum now works out of her apartment, pairing seasonal cuttings (no orchids with sunflowers here) and adding elegant touches. From $150.castlepierpont.com
Over the course of two decades, Rori Pierpont has expanded a small flower shop into its current incarnation: a florist-cum-event-design company catering to clients like Sotheby’s and the Metropolitan Opera. The company can transform an entire space with flowers, wallpaper, and fabrics tailored to the couple’s vision. Prices upon request.celebrateflowers.com
Jorge Cazzorla, who studied architecture and graphic design, not only listens closely to the desires of the couple, but he also looks at the shape of the room and the fabric of the bridal gown when deciding what arrangements to suggest. Prices upon request.chestnutsnyc.com
Named after a landscaped street in France where owner Emily Weaver studied floral design, this seven-year-old business has blossomed by word of mouth. Weaver’s style is modern and chic, with soft textures arranged in tight groupings and stems gathered together in stiff bunches. From $200.dailyblossom.com
The daughter of a Virginia landscape architect, Saundra Parks got her start peddling poinsettias in Harlem and on the Upper West Side. These days, clients come to her for dynamic arrangements that play with textures and arresting colors (green orchids are a favorite). Centerpieces from $100; bouquets from $150.
Dana Worlock Design917-733-3383; danaworlockdesign.com
Worlock’s fresh, sophisticated designs contain her signature mix of unusual combinations of flora. Her lush, organic style has a modern touch; bouquets feature sculpted cherry blossoms or an abundance of seasonal succulents. Bouquets start at $250. An entire wedding is typically $5,000 to $25,000.davidbeahm.com
Bountiful and breathtaking, Beahm’s designs have been capturing the imagination of American and European high society for nearly a decade. Beahm’s penchant for innovation leads to true collaboration and personalization. Prices upon request.dejuanstroud.com
Sophisticated, clean lines that are neither stark nor overly modern set this designer apart from the rest. Stroud’s textural and refined wedding arrangements might include hydrangea, amaryllis, and roses with touches of winterberry and fragrant herbs like rosemary and dried lavender. Bridal bouquets start at $300.
Design Fusion by Jerry Sibal164 W. 25th St., nr. Seventh Ave., fifth fl.; 212-679-3229; designfusionofnyc.com
Philippine-born Jerry Sibal worked with the likes of Preston Bailey before opening his own design firm in 1996. Informed by a background in theater and traditional Chinese brush painting, Sibal creates vibrant and unexpected scenes-such as a wintry landscape inside the Puck building or a room filled with sky-high candelabras-that are always on the tasteful side of floral extravagance. Bouquets from $250; centerpieces from $350.thedesignersco-op.com
The Designer’s Co-op is a complete event-planning company. Creative director Bridget Vizoso will customize everything from flowers to linens to furniture. To create couture centerpieces, she pairs water-submerged vase treatments with vibrant floral arrangements in orange and fuchsia. From $165.douglaskoch.com
A veteran floral designer for Elizabeth Arden and Le Cirque, Koch considers the couple’s personalities before taking them to the flower market to hand-pick their favorite buds. He’s transformed one room into a Bollywood scene and another into a Romanesque hall for the nuptials. After the event, his staff will donate the arrangements. From $125.
From the Winter 2008 New York Wedding Guide