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Ovando Floral and Event Production

90 Maiden Ln., nr. Gold St.; 212-924-7848;

Mexican designer Sandra de Ovando has a love of bold colors and a distinctly sculptural style; her arrangements are elegant and artsy. She might create a ball of roses floating within a glass vase or calla lilies standing at attention like soldiers. Bouquets and centerpieces from $200 and $350 respectively.


220 E. 57th St., nr. Third Ave., Ste 18E; 646-761-3951;

To create personalized designs, Lisa Moreta sits down with her clients to review images and samples of what they love—it’s all about inspiration and classic beauty. Bouquets from $250; centerpieces from $150.

Peartree Flowers

67 West St., nr. Noble St, Ste. 325, Greenpoint; 917-575-6633;

Liza Lubell creates bountiful arrangements that look natural and effortless. She seeks out plants, garden flowers, and containers that bring an original charm to each arrangment. Lubell services the tri-state area, Sag Harbor, and New England, and is also available for destination weddings. Prices upon request.

Poppies & Posies


This floral- and event-design company specializes in loose, garden-inspired arrangements. Bouquets from $200; centerpieces from $275. By appointment only.



For over 14 years, owner and designer Ruth Muzio has used her experience in floral design and fine arts to create memorable events. Known for a romantic, naturalistic style, Muzio imbues every affair with an individualized feel. Prices upon request.

Rebecca Shepherd Floral Design

642 Fourth Ave., nr. 18th St., South Slope; 646-245-5129;

Shepherd’s arrangements are stylishly quirky—it’s not unusual to find moss and fiddlehead ferns mixed with bold blooms like peonies. She goes to great lengths to find the perfect receptacle for centerpieces; past designs incorporated birdcages and old Pepsi-bottle crates. Bouquets start at $195; centerpieces at $200.

Renny & Reed

505 Park Ave., at 59th St.; 212-288-7000;

The experienced design team at Renny & Reed has been creating magical event settings for over 40 years. Whether your wedding is an intimate dinner party for 20 or a grand affair for 1,000, this outfit can create the perfect atmosphere. Bouquets start at $350; centerpieces at $250.

Ron Wendt Design

245 W. 29th St., nr. Seventh Ave., fifth fl.; 212-290-2428;

Wendt once transformed a private riding stable into the gardens of Versailles, mixing hydrangeas, roses, and lavender to luxurious effect. He has also created contemporary and classic designs for the likes of the New York City Ballet, Chanel, and Swarovski. Bouquets from $250; centerpieces from $300.

Rose Red & Lavender

653 Metropolitan Ave., nr. Leonard St., Williamsburg; 718-486-3569;

Neighborhood residents Kimberly and Enrique Sevilla specialize in modern, romantic arrangements. They enhance the natural beauty of mostly local plants and flowers, creating loose, organic bouquets with nontraditional elements like moss, bark, and hot peppers. Bouquets and centerpieces from $125 each. (good value / ecofriendly)


147 Van Dyke St., nr. Van Brunt St., Red Hook; 718-624-2929;

Sarah Ryhanen, a superstar of the Brooklyn floral scene, uses seasonal flowers to create exuberant, youthful arrangements with a natural feel. The florists at her celebrated Red Hook–based studio can oversee all of the décor details including bouquets, centerpieces, and large installations, creating atmospheres that evoke faded opulence, wild whimsy, or organic elegance. Prices upon request.

Seaport Flowers

309 Henry St., nr. Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn Heights; 718-858-6443;

Seaport mixes seasonal textural elements with handpicked, colorful blooms. Arrangements might include garden roses, peonies, fiddlehead ferns, raspberries, blackberries, and other in-season fruits. Centerpieces and bouquets from $150.

Sebastian Li


Trained as an artist, Li composes his arrangements with attention to color, texture, and volume. He’s sought after for his unexpected flower combos and ability to blend the traditional with the outré. Prices upon request.

Sprout Home

48 Grand St., nr. Kent Ave., Williamsburg; 718-388-4440;

This beloved neighborhood garden shop is perfect for brides who want unusual bouquets; its arrangements are all-natural, wild, and textured. Bouquets can be lush and overflowing or simple, tight, and monochromatic. Bouquets from $200; centerpieces from $80.(ecofriendly / good value)


222 Eighth Ave., nr. 21st St.; 212-414-0588;

Gaige Clark’s clean arrangements—like the Spruce Crate, made to look like New England garden flowers growing in the vase—have attracted a devoted Chelsea following. Containers range from Champagne buckets to martini glasses. Centerpieces and bouquets are from $75 and $150 respectively. (good value)

Stellar Style Events

20 W. 20th St., nr. Sixth Ave., Ste. 1102; 347-269-4016;

This full-service design firm specializes in high-end contemporary floral design, highlighting blooms like hydrangeas, calla lilies, and orchids. Bouquets start at $200; centerpieces at $150..

Stonekelly Events/Florals

736 11th Ave., at 52nd St.; 212-245-6611;

Designers Jennifer Stone and Marco Olmi, pioneers in removing filler from arrangements, pack their vibrant bouquets with local and organic seasonal blooms like hydrangeas, roses, and berries. They can design for intimate dinners as well as for ballroom-size affairs. They also offer lighting and event design. Bouquets from $250; centerpieces from $375. (ecofriendly)


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