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.

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.

Why the Name

Rose and Laurel?

“Simply put, Rose and Laurel® represents passion and dedication to quality craftsmanship.
The full story is a little more involved:  my family is obsessed with the Olympics. You can count on every Olympiad, we’ll be there watching every minute of it. As a kid, the Olympics were inspirational in a way nothing else could be. Here were athletes, at the absolute peak of performance. Passionate in their pursuits, representing the best of their sport.
I had just had our first child, and it was the summer Olympics. I sat there, watching as I practiced making a flower crown with grocery store roses, and I remembered when the Olympics were in Greece. That particular year was memorable for me, because instead of receiving a bouquet of flowers or a plush toy with their medals, the athletes received a crown of laurel leaves, like in the original Olympics.
About five-trains-of-thought later, the crown in my hand, and the crown of laurel leaves came together to form: Rose and Laurel®. Passion and dedication culminating in a result of the highest quality