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Design In Bloom: Exploring Floral Design

It is finally Spring. Check out 6 floral designers with their own unique brand.

Floral design has deep roots, stretching back to ancient civilizations like Egypt and Greece, where flowers were revered for their symbolism and beauty. Over time, this art form evolved through the Renaissance, Victorian era, and into the modern age, blending tradition with innovation.

Andrew Parravano holding one of his beautiful desings
Andrew Parravano

In today’s modern world, floral arrangements are more than just decorative accents; they are integral components of contemporary design. With their ability to evoke emotions, set moods, and convey messages, floral compositions play a significant role in shaping the aesthetic landscape of various environments. Floral arrangements in today’s design landscape are not just embellishments but essential components that contribute to creating immersive and visually compelling experiences.

At Flux, we cherish design in all of its forms, and our admiration for flowers knows no bounds. With Mothers Day just around the corner, what better time to revel in this passion than by spotlighting a selection of florists whom we find truly exceptional?

1. Andrew Parravano

Andrew Parravano’s work is a testament to his knowledge of form and color. With a meticulous eye for detail and a passion for experimentation, Parravano creates mesmerizing arrangements that captivate the senses and elevate any space.


Andrew Parravano bouquet: purple flowers design
Andrew Parravano

2. Banchet Jaigla

Banchet Jaigla’s designs are a harmonious fusion of nature and artistry. Inspired by her Thai heritage and a lifelong love affair with flowers, Jaigla’s creations exude elegance and grace, earning her acclaim from clients around the globe.


Banchet Jaigla working o one of her Floral designs
Banchet Jaigla


Inspired by large floral design by Banchet Jaigla
Banchet Jaigla

3. Preston Bailey

Preston Bailey is a visionary in the world of event design, renowned for his extravagant floral installations and opulent celebrations. With a career spanning over four decades, Bailey’s work surpasses boundaries, transforming venues into enchanting wonderlands.

Preston Bailey large table top inspiratonal design
Preston Bailey


4. Coyote Flowers

Coyote Flowers is a collective of artists who defy convention with their avant-garde approach to floristry. Drawing inspiration from nature, music, and contemporary art, their unconventional creations challenge the status quo and redefine the possibilities of floral design.

Inspiring Coyote Flowers design soft heirloom flowers
Coyote Flowers


Coyote Flowers floral desgn on black
Coyote Flowers

5. Mary Lennox Flowers

Mary Lennox Flowers is synonymous with whimsy and charm. Specializing in garden-inspired arrangements, Lennox’s designs evoke the nostalgia of a bygone era, transporting clients to a world of enchantment and romance.

Mary Lennox Flowers alternative floral design
Mary Lennox Flowers


The artistry of Mary Lennox Flowers Design
Mary Lennox Flowers

6. Hattie Molloy

Hattie Molloy’s floral creations defy convention, seamlessly blending artistry with botanical finesse. With an adventurous spirit and deep respect for the essence of flowers, Molloy’s arrangements spark imagination and evoke wonder, encouraging observers to forge deeper connections with the beauty of the natural realm.

IFloral Designer Hatie Malloy with oneofher creations
Hattie Molloy
Hattie-Molloy Callalilly floral design
Hattie Molloy

As a Branding Studio in Los Angles we love creativity and beauty  in all forms. Flowers make us smile. Which is your favorite? We’d love to know


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