A Discussion of Details
If you know anything at all about Tailored Twig, you know we love sharing our passion for flowers, floral design and what we do.
Part of our passion for sharing includes teaching people how to design their own amazing creations.
This past holiday season Darin and our design team were part of ‘Wine and Design” at the magnificent Marie Selby Botanical Gardens in Sarasota.
This year’s event themed “Holiday Splendor” attended by over 100 guests, offered them an evening filled with tasty treats, wine and the opportunity to spend one on one time with our designers.
Darin’s demonstration was shared with guests over two large production screens, allowing them to see an up-close view of his design process.
Carts filled with spectacular red anthurium, dark red celosia and spray roses, green eyed merlot garden roses, and red astilbe as well as festive juniper, star of Bethlehem and veronica offered guests a wide variety of items to design their creations.
With a little hand on instruction by our Tailored Twig team, each person was able to design their own one of a kind creation to take home.
Our team had such an incredible time with this event and our we are looking forward to future events with Selby Gardens.
In the past, we have worked with other groups for fun, educational floral design classes such as our “50 Shades of Rose” Valentine’s Day event, as well as private instruction and team building in our Tampa floral design studio.
Our Tailored Twig team would love to custom design an educational floral design class for your garden club, or civic organization. These classes are also ideal for bachelorette parties and bridal or baby showers.
Floral design classes are also the perfect team building activity for your corporation or associations board of directors.
To find out more about our private and team building events as well as any upcoming community events contact our Tailored Twig team at 813-304-2080
Alex and John’s blush, white and gold color story was amazingly soft and romantic and the amazing outdoor spaces at the Historic Spanish Point in Osprey created an incredible design backdrop for our Tailored Twig design team.
Alex carried a soft hand tailored bridal bouquet of blush colored David Austin garden roses, white roses, peonies, ranunculus and snapdragons with Marianne Anemone with their striking black center as a focal point.
The wide-open Duchene ceremony lawn, bordered by Queen Palms was set with gold chivari chairs facing an incredible classic portal erected in 1912. The portal was draped in soft flowing white and pink fabrics while flowering branches created an arched backdrop.
The aisle of chairs was lined with soft nosegays of greenery with blush and white florals.
Alex’s bridal party wore long black gowns and carried bouquets similar in style and color to hers with the groomsmen’s boutonnieres complimenting their classic black tuxedos.
Across the property at the waterfront, the outdoor wedding reception glistened as the sun began to set. A large crystal chandelier floated above a black and white checked dance floor.
Long rectangular acrylic tables framed the dancefloor. Modern gold tone vessels containing blooms of green thistle, white campanula, quicksand roses and white ranunculus rested on a long black fabric runner surrounded by mercury glass votive candles.
The edge of the reception space was framed with round guest tables draped in pale blush linens topped with tall gold urns filled with lush greenery, dusty miller and accents of blush and white. Additional tables held gold footed vessels overflowing with blush and white roses, Italian ruscus, and seeded eucalyptus as well as green thistle and white campanula.
Hanging chandeliers, clear acrylic chairs, glass charger plates with gold beaded edges and gold flatware completed the design.
Nearby, a quiet terrace was set with comfortable vintage lounge furnishings and gold framed glass top coffee tables were accented with simple gold budvases and blush florals.
Following their first dance Alex and Jon were surrounded by family and friends and enjoyed a multicourse gourmet dinner that concluded a custom-made S’mores Bar before the couple made their grand exit under a shower of sparklers.
Congratulations Alex and Jon!
We are so excited to have been part of this beautiful wedding day and to be part of an awesome team that included:
Sarasota Wedding Planner: Jennifer Matteo Event Planning
Wedding Venue: Historic Spanish Point
Wedding Catering: Modern Events
Wedding Ceremony Music: Strings Attached
Cocktail Hour Music: Ben Pila Classical Guitarist
Hair Stylist: Amanda Vincent Hair Studio
Bride’s Makeup: Brides by Kelly Anne and Co.
Officiant: Nikki Logan
Wedding Photographer: Djamel Photography
Wedding Videographer: VibeChaos Productions
Lighting and Rentals: Palacios Events
Linen Rentals: BBJ Linen Rental
Linen Rentals: Nuage Designs
Rentals: Treasury Rentals
Rentals: So Staged Event Design and Rentals
DJ: Live Fusion Entertainment
Wedding Cake: Cakes by Ron
Our Tailored Twig design loved traveling to Anna Maria Island for Melissa and Mehul’s incredible wedding weekend. This day long Monday wedding was the culmination of a weekend of festivities that blended Indian and American traditions, fun and family.
The wedding weekend included a Sangeet filled with music, a morning of yoga, Mehendi and beach bash.
Monday morning began with the guys relaxing and having brunch while the ladies spent the morning doing hair and makeup and relaxing for the multiple ceremonies to follow.
The afternoon festivities began with the Barrat; Mehul was on horseback and was led down the beach following behind dhol drummers and friends to the mandap for the Indian wedding ceremony.
The beachside wedding pavilion was set with a dark wood ceremony structure swagged in light white fabric and accented with boughs of greenery and brilliantly colored florals that included orange roses, white spray roses, veronica and antique hydrangea.
Rattan peacock chairs for the couple were accented with brightly colored roses and sat on the mandap atop natural fiber rugs. Clusters of woven lanterns hug above the structure adding texture and interest to the ceremony space.
As Melissa and Mehul concluded the traditional Indian wedding ceremony wedding guests enjoyed cocktails and appetizers as final preparations were made for the American wedding ceremony on the beach.
The moon gate wedding structure was set against the dunes with the Gulf of Mexico in the background. Italian ruscus, protea and bright orange roses added color to the sleek wooden structure. The perfect setting for the second wedding ceremony.
Having changed from traditional Indian attire for the second ceremony, the bridesmaids were dressed in white and carried hoops of soft white and green floral. We love the contrast of the white lace dresses, soft florals and the ornate henna designs.
Melissa carried a stunning hand tailored bridal bouquet of pincushion protea, white wax flower, King protea, and quicksand roses.
During the beachside wedding ceremony, the wedding pavilion was transformed for an evening of dinner and dancing.
A long table anchored the room with the couple’s peacock chairs being repurposed at the head table. The table was draped with a uniquely patterned linen in blue and white.
Modern gold metallic vessels lined the table overflowing with textured greenery and florals in shades of pink, peach and orange with collections of votive candles adding a shimmer of light.
Reception tables included rustic wooden tables, as well as tables draped in white and more of the uniquely patterned blue and white linen. Modern gold and glass table number and gold metallic vessels contrasted the light wooden chairs, rattan charger plates and blue and white cloth napkins.
Stunning collections of florals continued the color story that began with the Indian wedding ceremony with pin cushion protea, hanging burgundy amaranthus and blue thistle adding pops of color and eye-catching texture to the tables.
The beach area outside the pavilion was set with lounge furnishings that combined vintage pieces and rattan furniture with soft pink accent pillows and occasional tables filled with soft candlelight and modern vessels with colorful arrangements.
The final decorative touch to this day filled with beautiful colors and textures was a trio of simple white wedding cakes on gold platters. Brightly colored oranges, peach and pink florals created a standout detail.
Congratulations Melissa and Mehul, our Tailored Twig is thrilled to have been part of this incredible day of celebration!
We know you will enjoy this sneak peek at the rest of Melissa and Mehul’s wedding day.
Thank you to the wedding professionals who made this wedding day so incredible
Sarasota Wedding Planner: Jennifer Matteo Event Planning
Hair and Makeup: Brides by Kelly Anne and Co
Wedding Photographer: Katelyn Prisco Photography
Wedding Film: VibeChaos Productions
Wedding Officiant: Pundit Manikya Sharma Ji
Horse / Barrat:St Petersburg Carriages
DJ / MC: Krish Entertainment
Catering: The Sandbar Restaurant
Vintage Rentals: The Reserve Vintage Rentals
Linen Rentals: Nuage Designs
Rentals: US Tent Rental
Rentals: So Staged Event Design and Rentals
Lighting and Rentals: Palacios Events
Wedding Cake: Hometown Desserts
Anna Maria Island Venues:
The Sandbar Restaurant
The Rod and Reel Resort
Our Tailored Twig design team loves secrets!
Truthfully, we work with couples who add special surprises to their wedding day, companies planning product launches; as well as creations for editorial photos for future ad campaigns. So we have a lot of practice at keeping secrets.
This one is a little different in that we were invited to be part of a collaboration for a styled shoot at Sarasota’s incredibly exclusive Waterworks.
The Waterworks is a private membership social and business club combining the old with the new, catering to high-end clientele.
The amazing building, on the National Register of Historic Places since 1984, the two-story red brick building in downtown Sarasota was designed in 1926 and utilized as the city’s waterworks station.
Because of the very exclusive nature of the Waterworks, our Tailored Twig team waited on approval of all of the images; showing incredible wedding details and tiny glimpses of the rustic, industrial interior.
Balancing beautiful red brick, industrial windows, black metal and clean lines was the perfect opportunity to create uniquely textured, hand tailored, one of a kind elements
The setting was perfect for this modern, single specimen bridal bouquet incorporating striking White Queen Protea and a wide organic, natural fiber ribbon. The curves and colors of the blooms entwined with the darker ribbon with its stiff texture popped against the bride’s modern lace wedding gown with plunging neckline.
One of our favorite creations is this stunning straight line bridal bouquet. With gnarled wood at its base this bouquet winds featherlight leaves with the soft textures of hanging green amaranthus and uses the diverse textures and subtle differences in the colors of Phalaenopsis Orchids, Duchess White Peonies and White Queen Protea. We especially love the way it stands out against the smooth texture of the satin organza ballgown.
Two other standout bouquets play in stark contrast to each other.
A dark moody modern creation combines unique colors and textures of Dark Purple Calla Lilies, Red Hot Anthurium, bright pink Cymbidium Orchids and Fiddlehead Ferns with a rustic textured satin wrap and palm bark.
This is an amazing contrast to this soft, delicate white stem wrapped bouquet. The soft feathery edges of the wrap set the tone for the full soft creamy white roses with ruffled edges, paired with Duchess White Peonies, soft green vine tendrils and soft green thistle.
Our Tailored Twig team was sure not to leave the guys out creating magnificent, textured boutonnieres. Each incorporated elements of one of the bouquets with the addition of unique botanicals, metallic wraps and unique accents to make them a one of a kind and unique as each groom.
We also had the opportunity to fill some of the Waterworks spaces with amazing floral details that complimented each portion of the styled shoot. From bold colored contemporary ceremony creations to vessels filled with soft green and white tones to pair with rustic tablescapes.
Filling the black metal, industrial staircase with cascading vines and accent arrangements in shades of green and white continued the color story, added dimension to the stark industrial surfaces and brought the outside indoors.
Our Tailored Twig design team is thrilled to be part of this amazing collaboration and to be able to share a sneak peek into this never before photographed setting.
We cannot wait for the opportunity to work with some of the Sarasota Waterworks members to design one of a kind creations for their wedding or upcoming event.
Thank you to the amazing professionals we had the pleasure to work with.
Planning | Styling: Jennifer Matteo Event Planning
Photography: L’ Atelier Lumiere
Cinematography: VibeChaos Productions
Bridal Gowns: Calvet Couture Sarasota
Hair and Makeup: Brides by Kelly Anne + Co
Grooms Wear: The Met Sarasota
Jewelry: Diamond Vault Jewelers
Recently our Tailored Twig design team had the pleasure of working with Nicole Kaney and the team at NK Production.
Kim and Tommy’s luxurious wedding at Sarasota’s Marie Selby Botanical Gardens was filled with unique, hand tailored details in a color story of blush and gold.
Wedding ceremonies at Marie Selby Botanical Gardens are known for their majestic trees draped in Spanish moss. They set an elegant backdrop, but the detailing of Kim and Tommy’s wedding went even farther.
The pathway to the wedding ceremony was framed with a rustic garden trellis covered with native vines. A swag of soft pink Sweet Eskimo and Quicksand roses, pink spray roses and light pink snapdragons added a focal point to the entrance.
The outdoor wedding ceremony was set with white chivari chairs accented with nosegays of delicate pink florals and greenery.
Four large gold toned vessels marked the beginning and end of the aisle; overflowing with seeded eucalyptus, Italian ruscus and cottage roses in pink and white with wax flower and snapdragons.
A white aisle runner was framed with a blanket of white petals leading to the ceremony space.
A cascade of pink hung from the trees above the ceremony space with floral chandeliers of lush greenery, spray roses, light pink ranunculus and giant queen pink protea.
Kim wore an elegant modern lace gown and carried a luxurious textured bouquet of Marianne anemone, pink Cozy Cottage roses, Queen Pink protea, Gardenia peonies and seeded eucalyptus.
Her wedding party was dressed in shades of pink and rose gold and carried similarly styled bouquets accented with sweet pink roses and snapdragons.
Across the gardens, finishing touches were being added to Kim and Tommy’s elegant tented wedding.
One of our Tailored Twig design team’s favorite touches for a wedding reception is an elegantly appointed lounge area and they are officially “IN” for 2020.
Cream colored vintage chairs and sofa were accented with pink and gold pillow while; glass and gold toned tables added a modern element to the collection. The seating area was finished with rectangular vessels filled with pink and white florals and several styles of votive candles.
The ceiling of the reception tent was draped in flowing white fabric with nearly a dozen crystal chandeliers lighting the space. Round guest tables were draped in luxurious soft pink linens and layered with gold rimmed china and stemware.
Tall rose gold vessels dotted the room with overhead arrangements, alternating with tables set with arrangements in gold footed vessels. Pink and white wax flower, roses and greenery we accented with Blue Bell thistle, Marianne anemone and pink snapdragons for texture and dimension.
A long rustic wooden head table sat at one end of the tent overflowing with a cascade of pink and white blooms, modern glass vessels with floating candles and textured votive candles.
Custom gold toned name pieces and lush floral swags marked the bride and groom’s seats.
The couple’s amazing cake and unique table display added to the weddings incredible details. A living table of thick greenery, Spanish moss and a skirt of pink and white floral accents held the couple’s four-tiered blush, white and brushed gold wedding cake.
A cascade of roses, white astible, wax flower and Italian ruscus wound its way across the wedding cake.
Congratulations Kim and Tommy, our Tailored Twig design team is thrilled to have been part of your incredible wedding!
Thank you to the other wedding professionals who were part of this luxurious wedding.
Sarasota Wedding Venue: Marie Selby Botanical Gardens
Sarasota Wedding Planner: NK Productions
Wedding Photography: Tiffani Jones Photography
Wedding Videography: Baby Blue Film
Makeup: Brides by Kelly Anne
Sarasota Caterer: Michael’s on East
Tent: US Tent Rental
Rentals: So Staged Event Rentals
Rentals/ Pipe and Drape: Affairs in the Air
Transportation: SRQ Trolley
Transportation: Primetime Transportation Services
Luxury Vehicle: Revvies Luxury Transportation
DJ: DJ Kuna
Entertainment: Wiley Entertainment
Entertainment: Goodley Entertainment
Wedding Cake: Cakes by Ron
Coffee Cart: O and A Coffee
Our Tailored Twig design team has seen something interesting happen in weddings over the last few months that looks like one of 2020's top wedding trends.
We are guessing that by now you have seen or heard about Tiny Houses. These miniature version of a full-sized house.
Couples aren’t looking for fewer features or less luxurious options in the houses. They are looking for less square footage and to surround themselves with things that are meaningful to them.
Micro weddings are becoming almost as popular as Tiny Houses. They are NOT the stereotypical elopement, spur of the moment courthouse wedding.
What our Tailored Twig design team has seen and so is the wedding industry as a whole, is that couples want a luxurious, meaningful wedding surrounded by the people they love.
What this means for most couples is smaller numbers of wedding guests, focusing on personalization and the guest experience.
Here To Stay
Please do not misunderstand us, decades of industry experience are showing that big, fabulous family weddings are here to stay.
For many couples and their families, it’s a way of life. They have big extended families; large social circles and a big wedding is part of their way of life.
Not to mention that there are lots of couples who have dreamed of big fairytale weddings their entire lives.
What is changing is the smaller intimate weddings. These are for couples who only saw an elopement, courthouse and intimate destination getaway as an option.
It Is All About The Details
A Micro Wedding is all about the details, it’s about having all of the beautiful things you thought you would miss out on by having an intimate elopement.
Our Tailored Twig team has worked with couples to design beautiful lounge seating areas layered with area rugs, vintage furnishings, and comfortable accent pillows; surrounded by unique vessels filled with the couple’s favorite blooms.
The perfect spaces to sit back and share stories of the couple and their families.
We have handcrafted intimate dining spaces filled with family china and glassware, luxurious linens and breathtaking tablescapes. Each table making honored wedding guests feel like they are an welcomed guest in the couples home.
From hand-tailored personal flowers for each wedding guest to collections of inspired centerpieces where each guest has a vessel as a keepsake. Tiny weddings are focused on making those around you know just how thankful you are for them.
Trying to interview our Tailored Twig design team for our team profiles has its challenges, they typically do not like to be put on the spot taking about their life outside of work.
Fortunately, we gave our Studio Administrator, Mary, plenty of notice and asked lots of questions about her life here in the Tampa area.
This week Mary is celebrating her one-year anniversary with our Tailored Twig family, so we thought it was time to introduce you to the voice on the other end of the phone.
A transplant from Rockaway Beach, New York; a little surfer town written about by The Ramones. Coming from the north east, it’s not a surprise that while Mary loves the new-life feeling of spring and feeling like a kid during the summer, she also loves the change of seasons that come with fall and winter.
Mary’s background in interior design brings so much to the team, with her understanding of space and event flow. She is super organized and her personality fits in perfectly with our design team.
She’s not so secretly obsessed with our studio's Austin Powers pinball machine with a high score of 144,602,280 and she just might be a little bit competitive.
We love that she is Wentworth’s biggest fan, and spoils him rotten. At home, she has a crested gecko named Boz Scaggs and two rescue kitties, Amelia Earhart and Nellie Bly; who live up to their strong female namesakes.
Eclectic is the perfect term to describe Mary. From Django to Dave Matthews Band, antiquing to thrift stores, ice hockey to yoga; she enjoys New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc and Russian River Pinots, as well as craft beers and gin.
When asked what her last meal on earth would be, she answered in her usual fashion that she would pick four items off the menu and ask the server to surprise her with one of them.
Living here nearly seven years, Mary has taken well to Florida life. She makes time to explore Florida’s history and natural beauty, making it to one new place every weekend. She will usually look for places to swim, dive, dip her toes in the water and she even tried cave diving this year.
Another aspect of Mary’s life is her desire to give back. Both of her cats are rescues, she regularly participates in beach cleanups and is part of several nature conservancy organizations and donates blood as often as they will let her.
When asked the favorite part of her job, Mary answered:
Hands down – seeing all of the photos from our clients after their special events. I get to witness everything that happens behind the scenes – from first interactions with newly engaged couples, to the conceptualization process and the painstaking logistics, to the final result and big smiles that come along with it.
As you can see Mary is the perfect fit for our Tailored Twig design team!
Our Tailored Twig creative design team loved working with a talented group of wedding professionals to create this intimate at-home wedding in Osprey, just outside of Sarasota.
The outdoor wedding ceremony took place under a sprawling tree in the side yard of the couple’s home.
The bride carried a loose, organic, flowing bouquet of Marianne anemone, white astilbe, soft white tea roses, green thistle, white snowberries, and full luxurious Duchess peonies, creating incredible texture.
Following the wedding ceremony, guests enjoyed cocktails, and butler passed hors d’ oeuvres on the pool deck.
A lounge area was created with stunning royal blue velvet sofas accented with neutral-toned accent pillows and vintage chairs. Modern glass and gold coffee tables were dressed with arrangements of textured greenery, white roses, and soft blue delphinium, which popped against the blue backdrop.
The patio dining space was set with long wooden rustic tables set under a canopy of shimmering lights.
Place settings of uniquely shaped, vintage-inspired, cream-colored china with delicate gold bands were layered with soft floral pattern napkins, custom menus, and place cards.
The tables were lined with a combination of low, flowing arrangements in unique vessels ranging from rustic materials to delicate Venetian glass. The vessels overflowed with antique hydrangea, white campanula, dark blue delphinium, cream roses, and baby blue nigella.
Taller modern glass vessels with floating candles, a gold-toned birdcage with pillar candles, and elegant vintage glass votives completed this eclectic look.
After a welcome by the couple and a blessing, the wedding guests enjoyed an amazing five-course gourmet dinner while being serenaded by soft guitar music.
Following a fantastic dinner, the friends and family danced the night away, and the evening concluded with the bride and groom cutting this striking two-tiered wedding cake.
The bottom tier was a beautiful pale blush color, and the top layer was an elegant black tier with hand-detailed gold scrolling. The blending of Duchess peonies and Marianne anemone, along with a delicate gold riser and vintage-inspired linen, created a beautiful backdrop for an understated wedding cake.
Beautiful floral and decorative accents can transform an intimate, at-home wedding into a memorable occasion.
Our Tailored Twig design team looks forward to working with you to create the wedding of your dreams.
Thank you to the incredible team of wedding professionals who made this beautiful Sarasota area wedding complete.
Floral Design: Tailored Twig
Wedding Planning: Jennifer Matteo Event Planning
Wedding Photographer: Arianna J Photography
Wedding Film: A Peachy Life Productions
Transportation: SRQ Services Transportation
Catering: Modern Events
Lighting: Palacio’s Events
Entertainment: Breezin Entertainment
Rentals: Treasury Rentals
Rentals: US Tent Rental
Rentals: Nuage Designs
Rentals: BBJ Linen
Wedding Cake: Cakes by Ron
Guest Accommodations: Bentley’s Boutique Hotel
One of our Tailored Twig design team's favorite elements of a wedding is the bridal bouquet.
These unique, textured, hand-tailored creations are a personalized accessory for the bride-to-be and a compliment to her wedding gown. But the bridal bouquet also sets the tone and often the color story for the rest of the wedding décor.
Everything Old Is New
In ancient Greece, Rome and Egypt brides frequently carried bouquets that included stalks of grain, flowering branches, fresh herbs, and native flowers.
These abundant, textural bouquets were fragrant, and each item honored a specific deity, typically for warding off evil spirits, invoking fertility, and the unbreakable bonds of marriage.
During the Victorian era, people became obsessed with the language of flowers. Each floral specimen had a specific meaning and symbolism.
Bridal bouquets, while communicating a specific meaning, were often small, compact, and uniformly shaped.
Fashion and fortune in the early 20th century and royal weddings after World War II brought about more luxurious styles of bridal bouquets, as well as flowers for the bridal party, boutonnieres, ceremony and reception décor.
Today’s modern bridal bouquets tell a story, incorporating each bride’s unique personality and also of the events to come.
Bridal bouquets are not only a luxurious statement piece that accessorizes the bride’s ensemble, but they tell a story.
Maria’s fiery personality and Colombian heritage inspired a brilliant red wedding color story and this magnificent cascading bridal bouquet.
The décor for this Sarasota wedding at The Ringling’s Ca d’Zan took its inspiration from the bouquets red Colombian roses, deep burgundy amaranthus, glossy red anthurium, and black scabiosa
The elegant Mediterranean Revival of The Villa Casa Casuarina, also known as the Versace Mansion, and its hand-painted murals lent themselves to a more reserved, yet elegant, floral creation.
The bride’s sheaf bouquet in neutral tones was filled with textural elements that included miniature pineapples for a whimsical touch. This was the perfect styling for her soft natural makeup and hairstyling, as well as her light flowing Grecian style gown.
Rustic Yet Romantic
Tampa’s historic Rialto Theatre, with its distressed rustic features and exposed brick, set the backdrop for Chelsea and Matt’s wedding.
Chelsea carried a rustic bouquet of lush greens, seeded eucalyptus, burgundy tipped king protea, pink waxflower, and burgundy roses and dahlias. The hand-tailored creation combined a romantic color palette and rustic texture.
The modern elements of the Art Ovation Hotel in Sarasota gave our Tailored Twig design team the perfect opportunity for creations with boldness, color, and personality.
The bride’s bouquet incorporated bold, vibrant colors with huge full campanula garden roses, blue thistle, astrantia, and brilliant, uniquely shaped gloriosa lilies. Tulip magnolia branches extended from this hand-tailored creation to add dimension and interest.
Romance Meets Industrial
Lauren and Grymes’ Tampa wedding allowed our creative team the opportunity to blend the romantic detailing of the couple’s Sacred Heart Catholic Church wedding ceremony with the more industrial textures of their Armature Works reception venue.
Lauren carried a stunning, one-of-a-kind, bridal bouquet that incorporated King Protea, cymbidium orchids, black scabiosa, white anemones with dark centers, Quicksand and Heart roses with seeded eucalyptus, hanging green amaranthus and privet berry.
The elegant combination of botanicals played with color and texture, the perfect accessory to her stunning gown with long sleeves of embroidered lace.
What will your bridal bouquet say about you and your wedding?
Our Tailored Twig design team looks forward to the opportunity to create a spectacular, custom-designed creation to reflect your personality and style.
If you have not been to our Tailored Twig design studio in Tampa you are missing out on a lot. Our design studio is just like our Tailored Twig creations; edgy, intentional, and everything tells a story.
Back in early March, our Tailored Twig team brought in a new addition to our family. Wentworth, our mascot in training and one of the best-behaved pups in the floral business.
When Wentworth arrived in our Tampa design studio, he had huge paws, big floppy ears, and soft squishy skin. He was super curious, loved to play, and run around the studio and warehouse.
Gone But Not Forgotten
Wentworth follows in the footsteps of our original mascot, Winthrop, who we lost back in February. He was the inspiration for our Tailored Twig logo and taught our team a lot about love and life.
He showed us how to be better humans. He was always true to his nature. He loved all beings, if they were aggressive or annoying, he quietly walked away.
Wentworth, who is also a German Shorthaired Pointer, has been growing by the minute.
He loves to hang out with his big brother Buster, who spends most of the day sleeping, but loves to cuddle.
Wentworth’s ongoing training has included teaching him to answer telephone calls, which always adds a sense of calm to everyone he speaks with.
Cuddle time with the boys is the perfect way for our Tailored Twig team to take a little break. Just like every vessel we use and every floral creation we hand tailor, these boys are unique and different.
Now, if we could just teach Wentworth to chase down ping pong balls!
We know that Wentworth had huge shoes to fill as our Tailored Twig studio mascot, but he’s doing an incredible job, and still just a pup.
Stop by our Tampa floral design studio sometime, if you want to come play with Wentworth.
He has a lot of energy to burn off!
We look forward to the honor of working with you and for your guests to forge lasting memories