Last Monday morning at 8:00 a.m. the "chapel designers" all gathered for the first time on the streets of NYC.  Many of us had been up all night either talking or traveling but as we got closer to the flower market our energy rose. Our tour guide was the famous and wonderful David Beahm. David spent the morning showing us some of his favorite sources, along the way we were gathering flowers for our design class that was to follow. I happened to collect business cards at G. Page, Harvest, Associated Cut Flowers, Jamalia Gardens, and Pany Silk Flowers. I did some serious purchasing at Pany silk flowers, in addition to silk flowers they have amazing containers and decor items. I will share those goods with you as they arrive. All of these wholesalers were willing to FedEx, so keep them in mind the next time you are in need of some extraordinary product.

Our first morning was absolutely thrilling and electric, watching the designers find product that they have longed for did my heart good!!!

Photography by Vicki Grafton My Simple Details.


  • Alexandra Says: (03.14.2011 | 10:25)

    I was just thinking we were there now… ohhing and in awe of all the product. Of course, Harvest blew my mind with those roses.

  • jacin {lovely little details} Says: (03.14.2011 | 11:49)

    sounds like heaven! i would love to go to this!

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  • Air Jordans Says: (04.19.2011 | 02:58)

    No eggplant parmesan? No stuffed zucchini? Surely we can’t be expected to wait until summer when they’re in season? As Americans, we demand our rights to life, liberty, and loganberries in January…and we don’t mean frozen ones, either. What a bunch of spoiled little Marie Antoinettes we sound!

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