A floral design studio serving the Greater Atlanta Area, specializing in wedding & event flowers.

Moved by the ethereal beauty found in local flora and fauna, I aspire to emulate the simple balance and captivating allure of the natural world in every design.


MOTHER’S DAY BOUQUETS: CARING FOR YOUR FLOWERS

I hope you enjoy your beautiful flowers! Here are a few tips & tricks to enjoy them as long as possible!

  • Unpack flowers gently, and snip the ends of the stems with sharp scissors at a diagonal. (They are already cut this way, so just copy my cuts!)
  • Place bouquet in a clean vase with fresh, cool water adding flower food if desired. Avoid filling the water up to the leafy part of the stems.
  • Keep flowers out of direct sunlight and in a cool area away from any vents.
  • To keep the bouquet fresh, trim stems and replace water every 2 days.

About the Designer: Madison Puch

Hello friends! Thank you so much for coming to visit!

First off, let me go ahead and say: my deepest desire is to share my love and appreciation for flowers. I find myself craving the beauty of nature in every aspect of my life, so I decided to channel that desire into my profession.

I have always been a bit of a plant nerd, which is most likely a symptom of growing up in the Florida outdoors. Watching little and inconspicuous seeds grow into beautiful plants is its own miracle, so how could I not be inspired?!

My love for nature began to blossom into a desire to share the joy and beauty of flowers with others. My Grandma Jeanne and her love of flowers & gardening will always be close to my heart, as she is the one who first shared the joy of flowers with me.  


I believe the best product is the one that is close by. Local flowers have less of an impact on the environment, with the added bonus of being fresher and longer-lasting. Flowers & plants grown with organic & sustainable practices benefit us all, especially our local wildlife. I am committed to doing all I can to lessen the impact my business has on the environment.


Out of respect for our planet, as many flowers and plants as possible are sourced from my own garden, local growers, and small businesses in the Atlanta area who use eco-friendly practices. 

We serve the Greater Atlanta Area.