- Navigate through NYC's stunning flower market with floral designer Victoria Monsul
- Learn the techniques and philosophy behind beautiful flower arrangements
- Create your own bouquet and take it home
- Cost of flowers and materials included.
New York's wholesale flower market is one of the industry's best kept secrets. Open only for a few hours every morning, the market boasts a staggering variety of freshly cut flowers that to simply see and smell is an experience in its own right.
Host Victoria Monsul, founder of Flower Details, will help you go a step further by navigating through the colorful aisles and piles of flowers as she explains how she makes her selections based on color palette, meaning and budget.
You'll head to a studio around the corner afterwards, where Victoria will give you a hands-on workshop in transforming your flowers into art with all the essential materials. As you compose your own bouquets to take home for yourself or a loved one, she'll tell you about history of flower arranging, her own process for making floral compositions for clients, and the best practices to keep your flowers fresh for Valentine's Day.
ABOUT THE HOST
Owner and Creative Director, Flower Details
Victoria Monsul, grew up watching her Polish mother, Ewa, beautify their home with flowers throughout the four seasons.
In 2008, While studying Art Direction at Pratt Institute, Victoria took an apprenticeship with Master Florist and Creative Director, Bella Chagall, granddaughter of Marc Chagall, at Fleurs Bella Studio in NYC. After crafting her techniques working alongside Bella, Victoria moved into the world of creative event planning, launching the Wix Lounge in Manhattan for creatives and small business entrepreneurs.
Two years after the success of the launch, she decided to take her passion for flowers and conceived Flower Details. At Flower Details, Victoria personally oversees every order, always considering her client’s style, brand and interior decor. She lives and works in the West Village and can mostly be seen getting around on her bike.
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