Our aesthetic is inspired by the unique beauty that each season holds. We source local flowers and botanicals to create designs rooted in a specific time and place. Heirloom and fragrant flowers, old fashioned garden roses, trailing and swirling vines, beautiful foliage, interesting seed pods and berries, branches laden with fruit... these are a few of our favorite ingredients. Nature breathes with elegance and abundance, and we seek to accentuate these qualities in every piece we create.
We maintain a Cutting Garden stocked with our favorite blooms, as well as those that are too delicate to transport, or are not available for purchase elsewhere. We grow these flowers exclusively for our clients so that we always have something exquisite to weave into our designs. We also work closely with Northwest flower growers committed to the highest standards of quality and environmental stewardship. By sourcing local blooms, cultivated with care and skill, our clients receive the freshest, most beautiful flowers available.
Full Service Wedding Floral Design
A La Carte Wedding Flowers
Flowers for Elopements and Intimate Weddings
Private Floral Design Parties
Cutting Garden Coaching
KELLY SULLIVAN, OWNER AND CREATIVE DIRECTOR
Kelly Sullivan (she/her) is the owner and Lead Designer of Botanique. She founded the company in 2012 after a successful career as a dancer and choreographer. Drawing from this history, her designs are infused with an intuitive understanding of movement, line, and gesture.
As part of the transition from dance to floral design, Kelly studied horticulture and landscape design, and worked as a gardener in private residences. This is where her passion for growing flowers took hold.
She likes getting to know her clients beyond the surface details, and dreaming up the perfect visual elements for their wedding day.
Her work has been featured in print and online publications including The New York Times, Style Me Pretty, Ruffled Blog, Once Wed, Magnolia Rouge, Seattle Magazine, GREY Magazine, Seattle Bride Magazine, Seattle Met Bride and Groom, Green Wedding Shoes, and Elizabeth Anne Designs.