Behind the scenes shots from a Wedding in September... I think it's my favorite wedding ever. We pretty much got full reign to do whatever we wants and so it was really fun. Even though I had a broken foot through the whole thing. Broken Schmoken. 
These photos are by Chuck, our Chinese John Lennon look-a-like Photographer.

And then there is Anna. She's pretty much the best thing that ever happened to FFF. She keeps me sane and puts up with my moodiness and makes magic happen when I'm ready to throw my clippers at a wall.
She's been away for two weeks, back in Sweden with her family, and I'm being mushy because I miss her.
I put her on the website too and while she cant say anything because I'm essentially the boss, I could tell she wasn't happy about it. 

Tough Beans Babe.


Merry X Mas Ya'll.

Photos By Nicole Franzen from our wreath making workshop last week at The Primary Essentials.


Hey lady, you smell nice.

Online shop is up and running and the fragrances are available for purchase! Yay. Finally. Only took forever. 
Why? I dont know.
I'm lazy?

It's janky, because i made it and my technical skills are bad but at least its up.


Drop Magazine

Really happy to have been able to participate in this shoot with Bernadette Pascua and Andrew Stinson for Drop Magazine
Keeping it simple...

This one didn't make it into the spread, but it's my favorite.
Thanks Candace for making this vase that you think looks more like a boob than a vase.
I mean it kind of does.



This weekend we're hosting a wreath making workshop with The Primary Essentials, a beautiful new homegoods store in Brooklyn. 

Perfect way to start your saturday.


Oi. December.

Neither of these photos are from December... more like September


Sunday Suppers Holiday Shop

A few snaps from Sunday Supper's Holiday Shop Shoot.
Say that 3 times fast.

Go check out Karen's beautiful hand dyed napkins made with all natural home made dyes.
They're the perfect gift. 
For yourself.


I turned 30 two days ago.
Adios 20's.
Until the next life old friend.

I made this arrangement on the last day of my 29th year. It had been awhile since I made anything I really felt connected to. Or anything that I felt was really me. But this one does.

This is what I make. For me.
Dead branches, wilting roses, and all.


Rhinebeck... and a Tage Vase

Flower arranging in the dark leads to good things I've decided.
Too bad I forgot my camera and my Camera phone is from 1985.


October weddings...

Right now, as I write this, one of my best friends is in labor. With a boy. A baby boy. I've claimed him as my new intern.
These photos are from a wedding last week at The Metropolitan Building. Taken by Chuck. He's our new in house photographer. Kid takes great pics and looks like he could be a Beatle. I've been calling him Chinese John Lennon behind his back.

And then there's these guys...



Fashion Week here in NY came and went without me really noticing this season. We did a few things, not as much as last spring season, but a few. What am I saying, we were busy. I guess this time I wasn't staying up at night unable to sleep due to the anxiety of "how are we going to get all this done?" but it got done and done well... and that what matters right?

Here are a few snaps taken by Reuben of HONOR (We got to steal Reuben from Saipua for a day... thanks for lending him, Sarah. Thank you REUBEN!) I felt bad though because I'm sure Reuben wanted to watch the show and I was like "Our work is done. WE'RE LEAVING! You can see it on"

The inspiration for Honor this season was a wedding at a funeral feeling fairy forest. Right? A little confusing but hey, creatives. We worked with Aux Armes again who conceptualized the forest of exaggerated birch trees with eerily twinkly branches. As per usual, we were charged with the floral component. An hour before the show, the lovely Rachel comes over and says, "We love this but can you make it look more dead?" So lillies were crushed, delphineums were snapped, callas were just trampled on. And while it wasn't necessarily what we originally planned (far cry from blankets of wild clematis vine) it looked cool. And that's what's fun about this side of things, gotta be on your toes, ready to improvise with what you got, and ready to kill some shit.

A few shots from the interweb.

Reuben, dear, if you come down next year and help out I promise to let you stay and watch the shows and hang out backstage with Cara Delavigne.