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Élan Flowers

85 Franklin St., nr. Church St.; 212-240-9033;

Élan’s imaginative arrangements have appeared at the St. Regis Hotel, the Metropolitan Club, and the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Known for their color, contrast, and texture, the designs are both organic and chic. Bouquets and centerpieces from $150. (good value)

Elizabeth Ryan Floral Design

120 W. 28th St., nr. Sixth Ave., Ste. 2B; 212-995-1111;

For more than 25 years, Ryan has been translating clients’ visions and transforming spaces to spectacular effect. She creates environments with flowers, lighting, linen, and furniture; she can also be hired for floral design only. Bouquets and centerpieces from $150.

Emily Rose Floral Design


Emily Wood, who studied interior design at Parsons and is a former design director at Martha Stewart, specializes in custom arrangements using antique vases and vintage ribbons, trims, fabrics, and jewels. Centerpieces and bouquets from $100. (good value)

Emily Thompson Flowers

142 Beekman St., at Front St.; 212-882-1384;

The sculptural background of this florist informs the vessels she uses in her ornate architectural designs. She sources flowers locally when possible and works with foragers to find wild materials, often incorporating nontraditional elements such as fruit, acorns, and feathers. Centerpieces and bouquets from $250. (ecofriendly)


120 W. 28th St., nr. Sixth Ave., Ste. 4G; 646-436-6420;

Designer Jessy Wolvek’s training in Japanese flower arranging is reflected in her neatly constructed bouquets. She draws inspiration from diverse vintage styles ranging from French countryside to Art Deco, selecting blooms in a way that always feels balanced, beautiful, and thoughtfully conceived. Bouquets from $125; centerpieces from $175. By appointment only.

Fleurs Bella

55 E. 11th St., nr. University Pl.; 646-602-7037;

Creative director and founder Bella Meyer (who happens to be Marc Chagall’s granddaughter) approaches each project as an art installation. No two weddings she designs are ever the same. Meyer uses seasonal wildflowers, organic flowers, and recycled containers whenever possible. Bouquets from $280; centerpieces from $150. (ecofriendly)

Floralies, Inc.

122 E. 55th St., nr. Lexington Ave.; 212-755-3990;

Traditional designer Konstantin Panagopoulos uses fragrant flowers such as viburnum, lilacs, and hyacinths in abundance. He never takes on more than one wedding per weekend (about 26 a year). Bouquets are from $350 and centerpieces from $400.


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