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About

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Our Story

By all intents and purposes, Molly Taylor and Bailey Wilson are the quintessential “odd couple”. Yet, floral design classes brought the two together: one a seasoned florist and gardener who had taken some time off and was enrolled in the courses as a refresher, the other a creative and artist with a knack and interest in all things floral. The two quickly hit it off and after a year of school together, embarked on a business venture – each bringing her own unique set of complementary strengths, skills and creativity to what is now a flourishing floral design business. 

 

Molly Taylor

What flowers most excite you? 
Lilacs, Tulips, Scabiosa, Astrancia, Green Viburnum and Clematis.

What is your favorite season for florals? 
Spring! The Colors are spectacular: peaches, yellows, pinks, blues and greens – the arrangements are so interesting to create and design. 

How would you describe your design style?
Garden variety; loose with little structure.

What colors do you enjoy working in?
Pink, white, spring green and lavender.


Bailey Wilson

What flowers most excite you? 
Full, lush florals like coral Peonies and giant purple Alliums. They are beautiful and make a large statement all on their own. My grandpa always grew one giant Allium in his garden, and I would watch it grow during Summer until it finally bloomed each year. I also love using vining Blooms and foliages like Clematis and Smilax. They have a mind of their own and can add so much interest to an arrangement.  

What is your favorite season for florals?
Spring and Summer have the best flower selection with the most vivid array of colors.  

How would you describe your design style?
I love recreating nature with very garden inspired, whimsical designs. Full, lush arrangements gracefully overflowing vessels or brides' hands. It all comes down to an appreciation for arrangements with interesting lines, textures, and shapes.  

What colors do you enjoy working in?
I love contrasting softer colors with subtle pops of darker color tones to create a dramatic look. 

What organizations are you a member of?
I recently studied with Holly Chapple. I am delighted to be a member of Chapel Designers, an international collective of both floral and event designers.