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51 Beach St., nr. Greenwich St.; 212-941-0021;

This quaint Tribeca shop serves as the in-house floral designer for the Mandarin Oriental Hotel and specializes in tight, exotic arrangements and hand-tied bridal bouquets. Styles range from elegant tropical centerpieces to contemporary Asian-inspired bouquets. Centerpieces from $75 and bouquets from $150. (good value)



Designer Lynn Jawitz has a passion for flowers that shows in her dense, vividly colored bouquets and centerpieces, which can be subtle and simple or downright ornate. She excels when creating tightly bunched, minimalist bouquets. Prices upon request. (good value)


1 W. 19th St., nr. Fifth Ave.; 212-366-0891;

Formerly Takashimaya Floral, Florisity creates arrangements that can be modern, classic, or avant-garde. The florists here construct large geometric centerpieces from wisteria, dogwood, or bamboo that can tower eight feet above the table. Bouquets of lush garden flowers such as peonies and hydrangeas come packaged in the shop’s signature leaf-wrap cylinders. Centerpieces from $100; bouquets from $250. (good value)

Flowers by Daye

300 E. 39th St., nr. Second Ave., Ste. 4C; 646-283-3757;

Fans of elegant, Japanese-style arrangements will love the tasteful, graphic creations of floral designer Ritsuko Daye Deura, who studied art at Musashino Art University in Tokyo. Her signature is basic floral bouquets and centerpieces, but she also loves to incorporate innovative elements such as kimono sashes and fresh fruit. Centerpieces and bouquets from $125. By appointment only. (good value)

Flowers by Richard

316 W. 53rd St., nr. Eighth Ave.; 212-582-3505;

With 30 years of experience, Richard Sonnick specializes in designing large and extravagant wedding arrangements, often importing blooms from countries like the Netherlands, France, and Mexico. Calla lilies and orchids are favorite standbys. Centerpieces and bouquets from $90 and $150 respectively. (good value)

Flowers of the World

150 W. 55th St., nr. Seventh Ave.; 212-582-1850;

Known for contemporary arrangements that combine traditional elegance and modern sophistication, Flowers of the World creates striking, colorful combinations and artful compositions. Bouquets and centerpieces from $150. (good value)

Four Branches


New York–based fashion designer Traci Kaye crafts chuppahs from various fabrics and sentimental family items. She’ll work with you to create a canopy rich in heritage, yet still modern. Ready-made designs from $550; custom pieces from $750. Kaye also offers DIY packages, which come with a ready-made chuppah and poles (from $300).

Fox Fodder Farm

49 Bogart St., at Grattan St., Ste. 27 Bushwick; 347-422-0493;

Brooklyn-based Taylor Patterson’s company is named for the ill-fated chickens that lived on the family farm where she grew up. Today, she creates edgy, structural creations. Prices upon request. (ecofriendly)