Saturday, September 24, 2011

American Floral Designer

As their international business expands it might be helpful for you to know more about Debra Biagini, head designer and owner of DebraFlower and her team.

Wrist corsage Debra is an American, english speaking, internationally trained floral designer. Professional, Creative and available are the best adjectives to describe Debra. After years of working in corporate settings in New York, Bermuda, Chicago and Milan she transferred to Rome to follow her passion for art in the world of flowers. Debra unites her skills as artist and seamstress to create one of a kind designs using flowers and other materials. Her attention to detail can be seen in her creation of Bridal bouquets for some of the most important fashion designers in Rome.

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DebraFlower as a team uses their creativity to assist you in realizing your dream event. Their objective is to constantly expand their creative thinking to include not only flowers but all types of materials. Basically any material that is needed to create emotionally provocative designs for your special event- They give special attention to the quality of the materials they use and to the quality of service they give to you.


Debra and her staff will listen carefully to your requests in order to assure that what you have envisioned is realized through their creative skills.


Make sure to share your ideas and needs with Debra in order to assure a memorable event.

Wednesday, September 14, 2011


Bridal Bouquet As a Floral Designer/Artist/Florist, the most exciting moments are when I have the opportunity to create something very special, something memorable. When Caroline came into my studio with a bag in hand, I instinctively knew that something special was about to be requested of me.

In the bag, Caroline had the remains of her bridal bouquet from 25 years ago. Examining the “bouquet” I was amazed at the changes that have occurred over the past 25 years but also the similarities. The bouquet remnants were mostly “Bling” of tiny pearls which is very current in Bridal bouquet design. There was also leaves in satin with sequin trim, totally out of date. Caroline’s special request was that I use these remnants of her Bridal bouquet from 25 years ago to create a beautiful bouquet for her 25th wedding anniversary celebration. I was more than excited to design this very special bouquet.

Separating all of the components was my first task. What amazed me most was the technique that was used 25 years ago to assemble a bridal bouquet. Techniques that are now considered counterproductive when trying to keep a bridal bouquet fresh looking for an entire day without water. Afterwards I whitened all of the pieces, rewired every piece with clean floral tape and began wiring flowers in order to reassemble everything into a new bouquet.

The results were very beautiful . It excited me that a bouquet style from 25 years ago would look so beautiful today….true beauty is timeless. It also inspired me to use different materials in the future for a special touch in my designs of bridal bouquets.

If you have some heirloom or special goodluck piece, remember to present it to the florist to see if if can be integrated into your bridal bouquet. Your wedding day should be personal and very special from every aspect. Like Caroline, when you celebrate your 25th wedding anniversary you should have something unique from your bouquet to remember that special day.

Contact me if you need more inspiration.

All the best,