7 Florists and Event Designers Celebs Turn To

7 Florists and Event Designers Celebs Turn To

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01 of 07

Lewis Miller

Don Freeman for Lewis Miller

You probably know Miller's work from his Insta-famous Flower Flashes--beautiful, seemingly haphazard but very much intentional arrangements of flowers bursting out of trashcans around NYC. His celeb client list is extensive, and most recently he taught a floral class at Meghan Markle's baby shower!

02 of 07

Preston Bailey

Photo by Mel Barlow & Co. / Allan Zepeda

With clients that include Oprah, Uma Therman, Regis, and more, Preston Bailey's larger-than-life creations are truly awe-inspiring.
"I believe that as florists, we're working with perfection," Bailey says. "We tend to use flowers more to sculpt, not only to arrange in a traditional sense. I love using flowers to create beautiful objects--for instance for Serena Williams' wedding the centerpieces were arranged to look like vases when you were looking at them overhead!"

03 of 07

Putnam and Putnam

Putnam & Putnam

Unless you've been living under an (Instagram free) rock, you've most likely heard of Putnam and Putnam--the NYC based floral-darlings to the chicest celebs, fashion houses, and most recently the florists for Gwenyth Paltrow's wedding. Yes, you read that right. Oh, and if you've seen a crazy-cool floral installation at New York Fashion Week in the past few seasons we can say with 98% certainty it was the Putnams.

04 of 07

Philippa Craddock

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Why yes, she did create the now-famous floral arch for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding! Not only is she a preferred supplier for Kensington Palace, but her clients range from Alexander Mcqueen to Hermes to British Vogue. NBD.

05 of 07

Van Wyck & Van Wyck

Allan Zepeda

This family owned event design and production team creates THE most impressive events for corporate, fashion, and of course celeb clients. We're talking huge hanging floral installations that look like you've walked into the most magical garden in the world--every event they create is larger-than-life. Which is why, of course, they have an impressive range of clients that range from Madonna to P. Diddy to BeyoncГ©.

When asked what makes them stand out as event designers they say: "No two events are ever alike. Each party should be a reflection of the host - not us! As a family business, history and heritage is at the heart of our production process. We're constantly asking questions - what are your most treasured family traditions, who are your favorite authors and artists, what's your favorite place to travel - so that we can weave clients' personalities into each and every design detail. We thrive on making the impossible possible, so if you can dream it we can build it! We're storytellers as much as event designers so the goal is always to create a custom immersive experience with surprises around every corner. A party should be an adventure and we aim to take guests on a journey they'll never forget!"

06 of 07

Birch Event Design

Photo Courtesy of Birch Event Design

Brooklyn based Birch Event Design works with a ton of noteable clients, most recently announcing that they'll be doing flowers for the nuptials of Ashley Ianconetti and Jared Haibon-- the Bachelor Nation couple that got engaged last year on Bachelor in Paradise.
"Our style is on the cusp of an out-of-the-box play on classic elegance and timeless pieces," they say. "Our goal is to take what people would normally expect and make it unexpected. We are known for creating beautiful, timeless and classic moments with unpredictable twists. What sets us apart from a traditional florist is the way we conceptualize events. We never just focus on centerpieces and linen. We focus on the layout, the ambiance and every element in between. Our internal process is fairly detailed. We help our clients discover what story they want to tell, and which elements will support their narrative."

07 of 07

Jeff Leatham

Photo Courtesy of Jeff Leatham

Not only is he the artistic director of the Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris and Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, he has worked with a slew of impressive clients such as Oprah, the Dalai Lama, the Kardashians and more, not to mention an designing the weddings of many a celebrity couple, such as Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello, Tina Turner to Erwin Bach, and Marc Mezvinsky and Chelsea Clinton--just to name a few.

"My style is clean, simple and chic. The emergence of so many talented florists constantly challenges me to be innovative with my designs. I love to mix my flowers with different materials, such as mirror, to create something really unique and interesting."