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Each month, we cov­er a cur­rent event in the flo­ral trade, flo­rals from real wed­dings, our lat­est flower adven­tures and endeav­ors, design tips, cur­rent flo­ral trends, flo­ral design class­es and work­shops, book rec­om­men­da­tions and flo­ral tool tips.

Since 2010, we’ve cre­at­ed a hot list of what’s on for flo­ral design in and beyond South­ern Cal­i­for­nia. As guest speak­ers inside and out­side of Cal­i­for­nia, we know what clients need in the wed­ding and event indus­try. We are your trust­ed resource for flo­ral design tips and tech­niques for all lev­els of the flower enthu­si­ast.

We are Kit Wertz and Casey Schwartz, the sis­ter design team of Flower Duet. We are com­mit­ted to edu­cat­ing our stu­dents and fans since we start­ed our flo­ral design busi­ness in 1999.

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Winter White Flowers

Hydrangeas and Ranun­cu­lus blooms make up this sim­ple vase design that is great for a win­ter white flo­ral dis­play. Flow­ers by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

September Floral News

A Degree in MacGyverology Required for Florists?

Sum­mer is wed­ding sea­son world­wide and we’ve been busy cre­at­ing an abun­dance of flow­ers for many wed­dings this past month. We thought we would share a few pho­tos from the range of our con­tract­ed events. Some flo­ral jobs were very spe­cif­ic requests and some requests were made for us to cre­ate from our own styles.

If there are any that you love and what to know how we did it, feel free to con­tact us for the scoop as we are always hap­py to share tips and tricks of our trade.  For exam­ple, when we sus­pend­ed numer­ous paper lanterns for an indoor wed­ding recep­tion, our effort took a com­bi­na­tion of a very tall intern, an “S” hook as well as a stunt woman, a roll of tape and a binder clip. Did we men­tion that a degree in Mac­Gyverol­o­gy is essen­tial in this busi­ness? Event details fol­low from our August adven­tures in flower arrang­ing. Enjoy!

Flower Duet Creates Floral Designs for California Wedding Day Magazine’s First Best of Bride Awards

Flower Duet Design for California Wedding Day Best Of 2014 Awards

Gold-plat­ed lux­u­ry for the first Best of Bride Awards from Cal­i­for­nia Wed­ding Day mag­a­zine by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

Awards and Dinner Celebration held for 650+ Wedding Professionals at The Ebell of Los Angeles on August 20, 2014

We were so pleased to be asked to par­tic­i­pate as a co-spon­sor and flo­ral design­er for the first Best of Bride Awards from Cal­i­for­nia Wed­ding Day mag­a­zine. We cre­at­ed flower designs using rich bur­gundy, pur­ple and green flo­ral ele­ments in gold vas­es and con­tain­ers to high­light a sophis­ti­cat­ed par­ty and lounge space with a Vin­tage French Cir­cus theme at the his­tor­i­cal Ebell of Los Ange­les. The evening began with cock­tails in the gar­den, fol­lowed by awards for wed­ding ven­dors based in South­ern Cal­i­for­nia. Many of the ven­dors we work with in our Wed­ding & Event Heroes group based at Ter­ranea Resort were nom­i­nat­ed. We were so excit­ed when Ter­ranea Resort won for best out­door wed­ding venue in Los Ange­les. Our good friend Caren Lazarus of Design Vis­age won for best make­up and hair in Orange Coun­ty. Spe­cial kudos go out to VoxD­Js for being nom­i­nat­ed!

After the awards, over 650 atten­dees were treat­ed to a won­der­ful din­ner in cre­ative par­ty spaces that includ­ed a New Orleans Jazz club, enchant­ed gar­den and for­bid­den romance room com­plete with a large pep­per tree! See more on CWD.com’s Face­book page.

If you want to learn more about the mag­a­zine and its awards, go to the Cal­i­for­nia Wed­ding Day site or pick up a copy of the mag­a­zine on news­stands now. Flower Duet is hon­ored to be part of a love­ly pub­li­ca­tion and enjoyed par­tic­i­pat­ing and co-spon­sor­ing this first awards cel­e­bra­tion for the best of the best in the wed­ding indus­try in our region. Many thanks to our fel­low co-Spon­sors of the party/lounge space. Every­one’s work was phe­nom­e­nal.

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Flower Duet’s cock­tail designs for the lounge room at The Ebell — Cal­i­for­nia Wed­ding Day Best of Bride 2014 French Cir­cus theme with lots of gold and rich bur­gundy reds. Flower Duet designs. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

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Cen­ter­piece for Hamp­ton Bar by Rrivre­works rentals. Flo­rals by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

 

Flower Duet - California Wedding Day 2014 Ebell

Foot­ed cen­ter­piece in gold con­tain­er with red ros­es, bur­gundy scabiosa, pur­ple lisianthus, hyper­icum berries, red hang­ing ama­ran­thus and red celosia. Flow­ers by Flower Duet, pho­to by Kit Wertz.

 

French circus flowers by Flower Duet.

Sil­hou­ettes of our inter­pre­ta­tion of the French cir­cus theme for Cal­i­for­nia Wed­ding Day’s Best of Bride event at The Ebell of Los Ange­les on August 20, 2014. Pho­to by Kit Wertz

Gold plated cirucus animals and flowers

Kit’s ver­sion of a gold-plat­ed 3‑ring cir­cus we cre­at­ed for the vin­tage French cir­cus theme in the lounge of The Ebell for #CWDBestof2014. Flow­ers by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz

Gold cocktail vases with purple and red flowers

Flower Duet’s cock­tail designs for the event. Pho­to by Kit Wertz

Purple and Red bridal bouquet

One of the bou­quet designs we cre­at­ed for the event with pur­ple hydrangea, hyper­icum berries, Free­dom Ros­es, Black Mag­ic ros­es, bur­gundy scabiosa and Green Mag­i­cal eryn­gium. Flow­ers by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz

Centerpiece for French Circus theme - golds, green, burgundy flowers

Main design we cre­at­ed for the cen­ter of the room using red ros­es, ama­ran­thus, pur­ple hydrangea, two types of cym­bid­i­um orchids and green hyper­icum berries. Design by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz

Three-Ring Circuses Are a Good Thing

When most peo­ple think of a three-ring cir­cus, an image of “things a bit out of con­trol” may come to mind, which is per­haps not what you want for a wed­ding. How­ev­er, if you think about it….a three-ring cir­cus is a won­der­ful­ly chore­o­graphed com­bi­na­tion of events that are work­ing so beau­ti­ful­ly togeth­er, pro­vid­ing an amaz­ing visu­al and mem­o­rable expe­ri­ence. This is thanks to an orga­nized bride who has hired a pro­fes­sion­al wed­ding plan­ner.

As the flo­ral design­ers and often the deliv­ery and set up peo­ple too, we find our­selves set­ting up both the cer­e­mo­ny and the recep­tion and if there is not a wed­ding plan­ner on site, we are tasked with some of those duties, too. Since we have pro­vid­ed flow­ers for many of the venues in the area, we know where the pow­er source is for the inside and out­side and where the cock­tail hour begins and where the bride is get­ting ready. Our best advice to all flo­ral design­ers: “Please encour­age your brides to hire a pro­fes­sion­al event or wed­ding plan­ner.” Many plan­ners offer a range of pack­ages that will work with your clients.

See a few more images of the #CWDBestof2014 event on Face­book of the Cal­i­for­nia Wed­ding Day French Cir­cus Theme.

Birdcage Flowers Birthday Party

Flower birdcage pink.

White bird­cages led the theme for this love­ly one-year-old birth­day par­ty. Each din­ing table had a large bird­cage on it with a birdie on top and pink and laven­der ros­es inside. Accents includ­ed ivy, lark­spur and wax flower.

Our col­league Stacey Stew­art of Sweet Pea Par­ties asked us to cre­ate flow­ers for a birth­day par­ty at the SLS Bev­er­ly Hills. It was a first birth­day for a love­ly lit­tle girl and we loved the bird­cage and teapot theme using pink and white flow­ers, accent­ed with bright green foliage and trail­ing var­ie­gat­ed ivy.

A one-year-old cel­e­brat­ing a birth­day in style is some­thing for the whole fam­i­ly to enjoy.  For any­one who has been for­tu­nate to raise a child or two, we know it is quite a jour­ney and under­tak­ing when you bring home a tiny new­born baby and then make it through that won­der­ful first year.  Moth­ers and fathers should be cel­e­brat­ed for their patience, jug­gling abil­i­ties and con­stant atten­tion to their bun­dle of joy. So, we say, “Cel­e­brate your great accom­plish­ment with your friends and have a great par­ty.”  If you are in the Los Ange­les area….be sure to call Stacey for a top-notch expe­ri­ence with Sweet Pea Par­ties.

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Theme col­ors were pink and white with bright green accents. Here is a teapot we cre­at­ed for the bar area. Flow­ers by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

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Flow­ers by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

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The moth­er of the birth­day girl want­ed a place to take pho­tos at the event so we cre­at­ed this arch of flo­rals and ivy for a pho­to spot. Flow­ers by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

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Even the kids at the par­ty had cen­ter­pieces! Flow­ers by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

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Teapots for standup cock­tail tables out­side on the patio at the SLS Bev­er­ly Hills hotel. Flow­ers by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

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The won­der­ful dessert table cre­at­ed by Stacey of Sweet Pea Par­ties. Flow­ers by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

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But­ter­flies were spot­ted through­out the gar­den patio! Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

 Paper Lantern Wedding Reception

We cre­at­ed wed­ding flow­ers for a wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny and a recep­tion held at the Blue­wa­ter Grill on the water in Redon­do Beach and the bride also request­ed white paper lanterns for the recep­tion space. Want to know how we hung each lantern? Leave a com­ment below and we’ll answer you!

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You Said What to the Bride?

By Kit Wertz

Wedding Wine Bottle CenterpieceWedding Etiquette Column in New York Times

As florists, we are often tapped by wed­ding cou­ples on prop­er eti­quette for wed­dings. Since we’ve cre­at­ed flow­ers for hun­dreds of wed­dings and have often served as de fac­to “day of” wed­ding plan­ners, we can answer most ques­tions regard­ing the rit­u­als sur­round­ing a wed­ding.

While perus­ing the Sun­day New York Times, I ran across an adver­tise­ment for a won­der­ful col­umn that would be quite help­ful to brides, grooms and wed­ding guests. The Well Man­nered Wed­ding col­umn cov­ers a range a top­ics from: How to decide whether to send a gift to a wed­ding you are not plan­ning to attend, and how a bridal show­er gift dif­fers from a wed­ding present.

I think this col­umn would also be use­ful  for brides or grooms to send arti­cle links via email to rel­a­tives who may have too many opin­ions on the “right way” to plan a wed­ding.

Answers are offered by eti­quette expert Peg­gy Post, the author of  “Emi­ly Post’s Eti­quette, 18th Edi­tion,” and a direc­tor of the Emi­ly Post Insti­tute in Burling­ton, Vt.

Any­one can sub­mit ques­tions to weddingmanners@nytimes.com or by mail to The New York Times, Soci­ety News Desk, Fourth Floor, 620 Eighth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10018. Include day­time and evening tele­phone num­bers so that Ms. Post and Times edi­tors may fol­low up.

Wine Bottle Vase Wedding Reception

By Casey Cole­man Schwartz

Recycled Wine Bottle VasesWe fea­tured recy­cled wine bot­tles as vas­es in July’s newslet­ter and are excit­ed to share some images of the final flo­ral designs.  The bride and groom were very involved, as the groom, as we men­tioned per­fect­ed the way to cut the glass so we could fill them with over­flow­ing green­ery and pops of flow­ers.

The bride had worked sum­mers in col­lege at a local flower shop and so she new what she liked. This was a great bonus when it came down to how  she want­ed us to design in the wine bot­tle vas­es. Our bride want­ed lots of green­ery to be the base of each design and then wished for just one col­or of flower for each table.

Each table would have three bot­tles of  the same col­or full of seed­ed euca­lyp­tus, salal, dusty miller and mini green hydrangea to frame the pops of pur­ple and hot pink flow­ers. The com­bi­na­tion of full green­ery, one col­or and var­i­ous height con­tain­ers made for a delight­ful visu­al impact on the tables. I was with the wed­ding coor­di­na­tor recent­ly, three-weeks after the event and she was still com­ment­ing on how pret­ty it all turned out.

Many of our brides and grooms request recy­cled wine bot­tles for wed­ding recep­tion vase cen­ter­pieces. Here are some pho­tos from our for­mer-florist bride’s wine bot­tle-inspired recep­tion.

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All of the brides­maids had hot pink bou­quets accent­ed by Bru­nia berries. Flow­ers by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

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Pink and white rose arch at The Portofi­no Hotel in Redon­do Beach. Flow­ers by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz

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Var­i­ous heights of wine bot­tles and flower com­bi­na­tions are ready to be trans­port­ed to the event. Flow­ers by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

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Here is the fin­ished look for the wine bot­tle vas­es on a din­ner table. Three vas­es of dif­fer­ent heights in the same col­or theme. Each vase has dif­fer­ent flow­ers in the vas­es and the table num­bers were cre­at­ed with recy­cled wine corks! Flow­ers by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

Flower Duet Special Appearance at South Coast Botanic Garden 53rd Annual Foundation Dinner

In August, Casey and Kit were asked to appear as spe­cial guests at the 53rd Annu­al South Coast Botan­ic Gar­den Foun­da­tion Meet­ing and Din­ner. A record 181 peo­ple attend­ed the rose gar­den din­ner and we helped many of them cre­ate their own bou­ton­nieres and flo­ral fas­ci­na­tors. We also cre­at­ed the rose-themed cen­ter­pieces for the din­ner. The mis­sion of the gar­den is: To serve the com­mu­ni­ty by pro­vid­ing a unique hor­ti­cul­tur­al and wildlife habi­tat expe­ri­ence, and to rep­re­sent a mod­el of excel­lence for land recla­ma­tion and sus­tain­abil­i­ty.  We were so pleased to be part of a won­der­ful cause and to meet the tal­ent­ed co-demon­stra­tors at the event includ­ing land­scape archi­tect, Deb­o­rah Richie-Bray, who has cre­at­ed the new design for the Rose Gar­den as well as Chopped win­ner, Chef Bran­don Walk­er.

Co spon­sors includ­ed:

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Casey sets up for our flo­ral demon­stra­tions. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

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Casey cre­ates a flo­ral fas­ci­na­tor for a guest! Each guest had the option to make his or her own per­son­al flower pieces or have us make one instead. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

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Ros­es in the rose gar­den at South Coast Botan­ic Gar­den. Design by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

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We cre­at­ed cen­ter­pieces fea­tur­ing ros­es for each din­ing table at the South Coast Botan­ic Gar­den 53rd Annu­al Foun­da­tion Meet­ing and Din­ner. Designs by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

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We used three types of ros­es in each design which includ­ed stan­dard ros­es, sweet­heart ros­es and spray ros­es. We filled in with New Zealand Pit­tospo­rum and Hyper­icum berries. Design by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

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Ros­es, hyper­icum berries and New Zealand Pit­tospo­rum were the stars of this cen­ter­piece. Flower design by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

Beach-Themed Wedding at Terranea

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This bride and groom at Ter­ranea were mar­ried on the wed­ding lawn that over­looks Catali­na Island. We cre­at­ed this rose-packed flo­ral spray for the per­go­la. Design by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

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Guest Sign-in Table. Design by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

 

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The cou­ple want­ed us to use coral col­ored ros­es with bright green accents on these low and tall cen­ter­pieces for the recep­tion area in the Catali­na Ball­room. Design by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

 

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Tall cen­ter­pieces made up of hydrangea, ros­es, hyper­icum berries and var­ie­gat­ed green­ery stood on 24-inch vas­es that includ­ed man­zani­ta branch­es, sand, sea stars and sea shells. Design by Flower Duet. Pho­to by Kit Wertz.

Book Review: Windowsill Art: Creating One-of-a-Kind Natural Arrangements to Celebrate the Seasons by Nancy Ross Hugo

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We are intrigued by this book which will be avail­able to pur­chase today — Sep­tem­ber 1, 2014. While we can­not look at the book yet, it promised to have some inspir­ing ideas for the home flower arranger. One key tip we offer to all our stu­dents: Don’t put your flow­ers in a sun­ny win­dowsill, or it will short­en the life of the flow­ers. Flow­ers like con­stant tem­per­a­ture in an arrange­ment, so be aware that flow­ers in a win­dow will be exposed to vast tem­per­a­ture changes. Even with that caveat, we still think this book is worth a look.

From Ama­zon:

Almost every­one does it: puts a lit­tle some­thing on the win­dowsill to watch it ripen, root, or just sit there look­ing pret­ty. But the win­dowsill can serve as a stage for more inten­tion­al arrange­ments – a per­son­al, free-wheel­ing kind of art…a cat­a­lyst for cre­ativ­i­ty. Author Nan­cy Ross Hugo demon­strates how to use the win­dowsill as a plat­form for small, sim­ple dis­plays that cel­e­brate the sea­sons and reflect the per­son­al style of their cre­ators. Her fresh approach uses bot­tles, jars and oth­er small vas­es to show­case arrange­ments of local­ly col­lect­ed leaves, seed­pods, flow­ers, fruits and twigs. In Win­dowsill Art the read­er will learn how to find and dis­play mate­ri­als, why some con­tain­ers work bet­ter than oth­ers, how to com­bine mate­ri­als – and sim­ple tech­niques to enhance cre­ative pos­si­bil­i­ties. Beau­ti­ful full-col­or pho­tographs through­out.

Avail­able Sep­tem­ber 1st, 2014.

Pur­chase on Amazon.com.

Flower Tool: How To Remove Thorns from Garden Roses Quickly (and Not Hurting a Finger in the Process)

By Casey Cole­man Schwartz

Rose Thorns

Gar­den ros­es can have lots of thorns that make the stems dif­fi­cult and tricky to clean.

In recent years the gar­den ros­es which have become avail­able to flo­ral design­ers are vibrant, scent­ed and full of tee­ny tiny thorns. We love them, but oh my, what a job to clean them! It takes a lot of work  to the point of being able to han­dle them, not to men­tion hand­ing them over to a bride before she walks down the aisle.

Sandpaper Block

Sand­pa­per blocks can be pur­chased from your local hard­ware store.

My intern, Kee­gan and I were faced with a bunch of Keira the oth­er day, and he turned to me and said, “How on earth do I get all these off?” I agreed that these stems were some of the most prick­ly I had encoun­tered. The tool I reached for is not found in the flo­ral sup­ply store, but in your neigh­bor­hood hard­ware store. As many of you know we use all sorts of tools for this busi­ness from unlike­ly places.

I grabbed a sand­pa­per sponge. Small and gen­tle enough to work those thorns right off the stem with­out stress­ing it. Large enough to hold onto, with­out get­ting a thorn in your fin­ger.

2019 Flower Design Classes

Flower Duet’s South­bay Stu­dio
Reg­is­ter for these class­es online. *LA Flower Mart Tours avail­able some dates also.

  • Jan­u­ary 12, 2019 — The Ele­gant Calla Lily
  • Feb­ru­ary 9, 2019 – Organ­ic Con­tain­ers
  • March 9, 2019 – Eccen­tric Emer­ald Flow­ers
  • April 20, 2019 – A Mod­ern Take on the Bas­ket of Flow­ers
  • May 11, 2019 – Tulips for Mother’s Day
  • June 15, 2019 – A Pock­et Full of Posies
  • July 20, 2019 – Large-Scale Flo­ral Design with Ros­es
  • August 17, 2019 – Too Hot Trop­i­cal Flow­ers with Orchids
  • Sep­tem­ber 14, 2019 – Suc­cu­lents & Flow­ers
  • Octo­ber 12, 2019 – Fall, Tall & Ter­rif­ic Flow­ers
  • Novem­ber 23, 2019 – Flo­rals On the Table Work­shop
  • Decem­ber 7, 2019 – Wreaths!

Wednes­day Night Wed­ding Series Work­shops:

  • Jan­u­ary 23, 2019 – Bou­quet & Bou­ton­nière
  • Feb­ru­ary 27, 2019 – Cen­ter­piece & Table Accents
  • May 22, 2019 – Bou­quet & Bou­ton­nière
  • June 26, 2019 – Cen­ter­piece & Table Accents
  • Sep­tem­ber 25, 2019 – Bou­quet & Bou­ton­nière
  • Octo­ber 23, 2019 – Cen­ter­piece & Table Accents

Hunt­ing­ton Library

We will be cel­e­brat­ing the 100th Anniver­sary of The Hunt­ing­ton Library start­ing in June with themed flo­ral designs.
Reg­is­ter for these class­es through brownpapertickets.com.

  • Jan­u­ary 19, 2019 — Herb Gar­den Flow­ers
  • March 2, 2019 — Bulb Spring Flow­ers
  • May 4, 2019 — Cin­co de Mayo Bright Flow­ers
  • June 1, 2019 — The Hunt­ing­ton’s 100th Rose
  • Sept 2, 2019 — A Flower from Every Gar­den
  • Sept/Oct 2019 — Spe­cial Cock­tails & Flower Evenings Planned — Con­tact Us for details as dates are being decid­ed soon!
  • Oct 19, 2019 — Suc­cu­lent Pump­kins
  • Nov 9, 2019 — Fall Flow­ers Inspired by Paint­ings in the Art Col­lec­tion by
  • Dec 14, 2019 — Tra­di­tion­al Hol­i­day Designs inspired from 100 years ago

Dates are set for 2020 — so more flower fun to come!

Autry Muse­um
Watch for Novem­ber Class in 2019!



Wedding Flowers

Fall Wedding Bouquet by Flower Duet

Flower Duet offers a gen­er­ous wed­ding pack­age includ­ing a trip to the LA Flower Mart and a mock­up design of the wed­ding vision. Check out the details on our Wed­ding Flow­ers page. If you are com­ing to the Los Ange­les area for your wed­ding, we are your Los Ange­les wed­ding des­ti­na­tion florist!