Bride & Blossom
Romantic and classy blooms that up the wow factor of wedding decor
WHO Rachel Trimarco
WHAT a floral designer who exclusively designs for weddings
WHY because they know the difference between flowers and wedding flowers
Since 2008, Rachel Trimarco and her team at Bride & Blossom have been making weddings beautiful. How? They listen to what their brides want, and provide the highest of standards in service, attention and sophisticated floral designs. Their goal is to exceed the bride’s expectations and they understand that the field of florals is a constantly changing business. To that point, they are always honing their own skills through international floral events and programs.
The Bride & Blossom bride is not into minimalism or sparse flowers. Rather, the brides who work with Bride & Blossom appreciate lush, luxurious and sophisticated decor — and there are over 500 and counting!
Our theory is that you can never have too many florals decorating a space especially when paired with flickering candlelight. -Rachel
And by being a florist who focuses only on weddings, Bride & Blossom can really give their couples a customized experience with attention to detail that is unsurpassed. “The majority of our brides are contemporary New Yorkers who are looking for original and unique floral and decor designs to set the mood for their big day,” Rachel tells Twirl New York. All of their services, from consultations to wedding design, are done in person by their creative design team. They provide full service floral design and decor including bouquets, ceremony decor (arches, chuppahs, mandaps etc…), and reception centerpieces.
Another nice aspect to Bride & Blossom is their commitment to re-purposing flowers. With permission from the couple, Bride & Blossom donates flowers after weddings to hospitals and senior homes, ensuring that their creations give even more joy to others.
Prices start at $3,000.
969 Third Avenue at 58th Street, 3rd Floor, Suite 4
photos courtesy of Agaton Strom, Susannah Gill Photography, Fred Marcus Studio, Ryan Brenizer, Andre Maier Photography, Shlomo Cohen, and Christina Federova