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Finding Beauty and Inspiration in Provence

by Élan Flowers |

Where do we go to find inspiration? Sometimes we find it in the everyday and sometimes we need to venture farther afield. We had the great joy to travel to Provence at the end of June, during the height of the lavender season. We expected to be amazed by the lavender fields and we were; we expected to come home with armfuls...

An Abundance of Flowers for the Hudson River Park Playground

by Élan Flowers |

Élan invites you to a day in the life of our bustling design studio as we create flowers for a very special event, the Hudson River Park Playground Committee luncheon. Designers start production on 30 Dusty Pink centerpiece arrangements, that include white hydrangea, secret garden roses, dusty miller, pink rice flower accented with anenomes...

Bringing to Beauty of the Holiday Season to our neighbors in Soho and Tribeca

by Élan Flowers |

 We've been hard at work this past week creating and installing gorgeous holiday designs for some of our excellent clients. Please enjoy some photos from two locations -the lounge at Spring Place and the lobby at a neighborhood residential building - and our designers working their magic. Thank you to our amazing...

Élan Flowers Introduces It's New HOME COLLECTION and Invites You to Treat Yourself to a bit of Élan

by Élan Flowers |

Élan Flower's new HOME COLLECTION is inspired by our clients -  neighbors, friends and colleagues who stop by our shop over and over to for a bundle of hydrangea, branches for their entryway or a candle for their table. Since we moved into our new home at 26 Grand Street we have enjoyed making friends in...

Élan Partners with Designer, Mimi Prober at NYFW Spring/Summer 2018

by Élan Flowers |

Élan Flowers thrilled to be invited to collaborate with fashion designer Mimi Prober for NY Fashion Week after building a friendship during her many visits to our shop on Grand Street. We were intrigued by her botanical dye techniques using dried flowers and leaves and, when we first began giving her our dead flowers, we had no...

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