Friday, October 29, 2010

Vendor Spotlight: LS Blooms, Wedding Floral Designers

LS Blooms is the creative collaboration of two best friends, Laura and Stephanie. With a love of entertaining and a passion for decorating, LS Blooms was born. After buying every floral design book there was and enrolling in floral classes, Laura headed to Los Angeles to train with the award-winning and highly-respected floral designer, Phil Rullada, at the Southern California School of Floral Design and then continued her floriculture education at the College of San Mateo. She also worked as an apprentice for a high-end wedding floral designer learning the ins-and-outs of the industry. Stephanie studied at the Floral Design Institute where she became an expert in all things flowers.

Laura says about weddings, “For most of us, our wedding is the biggest, most important party we’ll ever throw and we love that we can help create that special feeling. We enjoy meeting with the couple and learning how they met and about family traditions. However, the best part of doing flowers for a wedding is handing the bouquet to the bride and seeing her face.”

As for their inspirations, Laura tells us they’re inspired by things they encounter in their daily lives like a tropical summer drink, a beautiful throw blanket or a wonderful story of how a couple met and fell in love. They feel they are constantly evolving and growing as designers. Not only is it important to keep up with current trends, they also say it’s important to create them.

So besides their beautiful work, why LS Blooms? They have heart. They truly love what they do and have a deep desire to make people happy, and doesn’t it show? They give 100% and treat every wedding as if it was their own. They also feel that every bride can use a good girlfriend to talk “wedding stuff” with and you’ll get that with Laura and Stephanie. And of course, their flowers are fresh, creative and beautiful: they go to great lengths to make each event different and unique. Just the way Bridebound likes it. View more of their work and their blog at