More than Flowers
We are known for a design aesthetic that is quietly confident and detailed in it’s form and function. Our flowers go deeper, drawing on history and timeless design principles to create floral design that conveys your generosity of spirit, and family heritage.
Detailed Design Considerations
Our design process is extensive, and carefully customized for every client.
We prioritize local and USA-grown blooms in all our designs.
Where appropriate, we will import blooms, but only after careful consideration. Our local growers are a cornerstone of our design aesthetic.
We often work with growers to plan specialty colors and varieties for our clients.
Rose and Laurel® is a proud member of the Slow Flower Society.
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Sustainable design practices have been a part of Rose and Laurel design methods since our beginning.
Our designs are created directly into water, with the inner-workings of each arrangement fully reusable, compostable or recyclable.
We are a foam-free studio.
As of January 2022 Rose and Laurel® no longer uses bleached, preserved, or painted floral in any of our designs.
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Sarah BruxvoorT, Creative Director
Sarah’s path to flowers was a long and winding one. Intent on being a career woman, once she met her husband, it was suddenly clear: family was everything.
So, she started Rose and Laurel®, which allows her to be a mom and run a flourishing creative business in a way that is best for their family.
Since it’s inception, Rose and Laurel has become known for it’s eco-friendly approach, and classic style that will stand the test of time.
Sarah holds a B.A. from Northwestern College, and a certificate in Floral Art Design from Pratt Institute, NY.