Monthly Archives: March 2015

Color Me Happy with Oscar Mora-Apr 16th!

Straight from the pages of the latest issue of flower Magazine (, this class will feature Oscar Mora’s vibrant and bold use of flowers. Using contrasting colors, textures and shades, you will put together a bright spring bouquet under the tutelage of this Venezuelan-born master designer!

A Fresh Take on Spring with Remco Van Vliet-March 19, 2015

The theme in Remco Van Vliet’s most recent class was blue and green flowers. Why blue and green? Because once he gave a class using only those two colors and I remember the comments I got  — mainly from men, about how beautiful the flowers were, how strikingly bold and beautiful. Many of us tend… Read more »

Advanced Wedding Series with Laura Seita-March 18 & 19, 2015

We just wrapped up a beautiful Advanced Wedding Series with Laura Seita. Though it was bitter cold outside, inside, we were warm, sunny and inspied by Laura’s bright, Springy palette. The students dilligently worked on their gorgeous cascading bridal bouquets and created two, disticntly different chuppah designs. Your Chuppah NY came and showed the students… Read more »

Spring Branches with Sullivan Owen-Mar 26th!

Sullivan Owen, who was recently featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, as well as the March 2015 Issue of Flower Magazine, has been creating a stylish look with branches for many years. Let this talented florist teach you the ins and outs of working with branch material so you can make a well-structured and beautiful arrangement… Read more »

The Rite of Spring with Lewis Miller-February 26, 2015

Lewis Miller brought his special energy to the last Master Class that he taught entitled “The Rite of Spring”. The composer of that famous work, Igor Stravinsky said of it, “… the music was unified by a single idea: the mystery and the great surge of creative power of spring.” And indeed, the flowers that… Read more »

The Genius of Leaves with Olivier Giugni-February 19, 2015

Olivier’s leaves strutted their stuff in his most recent class entitled “The Genius of Leaves”. Olivier Giugni started the whole trend of twisting and shaping designs with leaves when he first came to New York to work for Pierre Cardin at Maxim’s of Paris many years ago. He called it a revolution when Monsieur sent… Read more »

A Fresh Take on Spring with Remco Van Vliet-Mar 19th!

Remco Van Vliet, of Van Vliet and Trap, as the in-house decorator of events for The Metropolitan Museum of Art is known for his large-scale designs at the rotunda entrance to the museum. He is also a third generation florist who can do almost anything with flowers. On this eve of the spring solstice, he will teach… Read more »