Flowers at Showers for Babies and Brides . . .
"Anne recently created the flowers for my baby shower using little bird houses in such a creative way. She also designed and executed the flowers on our wedding cake last year and helped me conceptualize and create our reception floral design. She is a good listener and is flexible; she clearly wants you to have the flowers that you envision for your event. " - Mother to be
"Anne was a joy to work with. Her listening skills, ideas & choices of flowers and color sense is refreshing. The wedding shower was a great success." - Mother of the groom
Event at Charles River Museum of Industry
Charles River Museum of Industry hosted a corporate event in Watch City (aka Waltham, MA). Table arrangements were customized with gears and watches. Two larger arrangements done in post industrial style also incorporates bike chains and gears with French Tulips and Calla Lilies.
Birthday Party Flowers
From 100th year celebrations, to Hawaiian Themed Culinary Events to high tea parties, flowers make the birthday party an event!
"The flowers were fabulous. I am in love. ... My party was absolutely perfect ... I truly think the flowers/table set the tone for the evening and introduced the party as an “event,” not just a cooking class." - Birthday Girl
Fundraiser for Lesley Ellis School in Arlington
Hand stenciled vases added a great custom touch to this spring fundraiser event!
Fall events - include fruits & vegetables from the harvest . . .
Events included a farm to table fundraiser for the Caitlin Clavette Memorial Foundation at Wright Locke Farm, a corporate event in Kendall Square, setting for a Yom Kippur dinner in Jamaica Plain and a fundraiser dinner for the Lesley Ellis School in Arlington.
"We are absolutely over the moon thrilled with the table decor and flower arrangements Anne created for our Farm to Table Dinner. So much love and care were put into her work. Add to that the flowers and products are environmentally friendly! Absolutely amazing!!" - Caitlin Clavette Memorial Foundation