Sunday, October 16, 2016

Jane and Jonathan and The Admiral's House

Jane and Jonathan- you couldn't find a sweeter, more gracious couple. Here is a very belated view of their beautiful wedding at The Admiral's House, from August 2015 (the blog train is moving a bit slower now that we have a baby on board!). To lend a feeling of timeless elegance, we went with a classic color palette of layered greens and white for the ceremony, but added peach and pink tones into the palette for the reception to warm it up and give it a fun kick! It was a gorgeous day, and these photos from Belathee capture it perfectly. Enjoy!

Flowers: Us!
Photography: Belathee
Venue: The Admiral's House
Coordination: Krisanna Elizabeth
Cake: Honey Crumb Cake Studio

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Beautiful Blair, with Flowers in her Hair......

Flower crowns were big last year, and Blair wore her's so beautifully.... 

Photos by Andria Lindquist
I also loved all those bridesmaid bouquets and crowns......

Congrats Blair and Derrick!

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Jael and Gilbert's Backyard Reception

In August, we had the pleasure of designing flowers for Jael and Gilbert's wedding reception. After making a bouquet and boutonniere for their official, courthouse wedding in May, it was so fun to work with them again in a different season and setting! I loved the laid-back yet elegant vibe of their backyard wedding reception. And they have some seriously cute dogs! Their wedding was recently featured on Intimate Weddings.

Beautiful photos by Photography by Betty Elaine.

Congrats Jael and Gilbert!

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Spring Classes Announced!

We're gearing up for some great classes this spring! Read below for our offerings, and to register for any classes visit:


Learn how to create a gorgeous, romantic, overflowing centerpiece!

In this hands-on workshop, Kelly will share her approach to designing a centerpiece in Botanique’s signature, “from the garden” style, using local and seasonal ingredients. Through demonstration and ample design time, students will learn the mechanics and design principals needed to create natural, lush floral arrangements. Students will each take home their completed arrangement.

This workshop is limited to six students, and requires four students to run.

The workshop is on Sunday, April 17th from 2:30pm-5pm, at the Botanique Studio.

Investment: $300 includes all materials, light refreshments, and professional photographs of your completed arrangement for your portfolio.

Photo by Jenna Bechtholt Photography

Learn how to create a stunning flower crown!

Kelly will show you the basics of flower crown construction in both simple and asymmetrical styles, and there will be plenty of hands-on time for you to create your own crown.

This workshop is limited to seven students, and requires five students to run.

Class is on April 19th from 5pm-7pm at the Botanique Studio.

Investment: $150 includes all materials and light refreshments.

Photo by Lora Grady Photography

Learn how to create a gorgeous, garden-style bouquet! In this hands-on workshop, Kelly will share her approach to designing a lush, loose, hand-tied bouquet, and students will have ample time to create their own bouquet.

This workshop is limited to eight students, and requires five students to run.

Class is on May 22nd from 2pm-5:30pm, at the Seattle Wholesale Growers Market.

Investment: $500 includes all materials, light refreshments, and professional photographs of your completed bouquet.


Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Cafe au Lait Workshop Recap

In October, we hosted a workshop that was all about Cafe au Lait dahlias, the absolute queen of late summer and early fall arrangements. We started in the Cutting Garden talking about growing and harvesting tips, then moved into the studio for lots of time arranging with these beauties.

Jess Hunter was there to photograph all the magic, and as usual, she blew me away with her images.

Here's the cafe patch in the garden, blooming like crazy!

And the group out in the garden learning about growing these beauties:

And the group inside, starting to learn about arranging with cafes:

I start all of our workshops by demonstrating techniques for arranging, then set everyone loose to create their own work of floral art. During this time, I float around the room answering questions, helping everyone with their arrangements, and making sure everyone is getting what they need from the experience. Keeping the workshops to a six person maximum ensures there is a lot of time for this personal attention, which I think is so crucial to learning.

It was amazing to see everyone's arrangements come together! They were all so beautiful, unique, and artful...

It was such a wonderful day!

I'll be announcing our spring workshops in the next few weeks- if you're interested in attending, send me an email ( and I'll put you on our workshops list!

Hope to meet you soon!