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__ithin the walls of my trusty Durham studio, I’m constantly experimenting with colors, textures, shapes, and forms to create innovative, sculptural floral art. That’s what got me started. That’s what led me here.

I crave creative expression, from handling lilies with a laser-point precision to taming orchids as if my life depends on it. Our designs are sculptural and editorial yet extremely accessible and beautiful.

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Want to know more about me?

Here are five things that’ll (hopefully) melt the ice.

Raleigh Florist, Durham Florist, Wedding Florist

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---ike the colors of a bridal bouquet, my hair seems to change according to my mood. Those spontaneous blonde, auburn, and brunette hues also happen to be the inspiration behind the name Mood.

Being notoriously bad at Super Mario Bros and Tetris will never stop me from playing them with my husband.

Seinfeld might not be the answer to everything, but it’s a pretty good place to start.

I always wear pants. Wind, rain, or hundred-degree sunshine? Pants, please.

Homemade pasta is the freshly appointed way to my heart and the only reason to wake me up in the middle of the night.

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See the flowers in action...

We are a proud woman-owned Raleigh-Durham florist that serves people of all backgrounds and loves working with other creatives that do the same. Check out some of our past couples and their flowers above. We get the chance to work with so many talented creatives in the wedding industry here in the Raleigh-Durham area, including Foraged Films who shot and edited the video and The Gathering Co., who design for my initial floral concepts for the orange/purple shoot. We also had the pleasure of working with How we Gather who designed the shoot in yellow/white/red for their photography workshop.

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