Diane Wagner is a successful NYC floral and event designer specializing in weddings.  Her work has been showcased throughout the country and featured in national publications and on network television.  She has authored two books:  Victoria Flower Style and Beautiful Wedding Flowers.  In today’s episode Holli Ehrlich interviews Diane about the versatility of flowers for any celebration.

Diane discusses choosing flowers by color and matching to your mood and venue.  You will learn how to start your search for a florist and what questions you need to ask.  Hear unique ways to personalize your wedding and how to carry a floral theme from boutonnieres to centerpieces.  Where should a bride splurge? save?  What if you have allergies?  What should you do with the flowers after the big day is over?  Plus learn the significance and symbolism of botanical elements such as the avenue of maple trees and sprig of myrtle in Kate’s bouquet at the Royal Wedding.  Diane feels every woman should be a princess on her wedding day!

Diane’s website

Diane’s Blog Floral Whisperer

American “Will & Kate” Married on “The View”

Ron Ben-Israel

Total Table

The Original Runner Company

The Horticultural Society of New York Annual Floral Design Showcase

Diane’s Books
Victoria Flower Style: Arrangements for Every Occasion

Beautiful Wedding Flowers: More than 300 Corsages, Bouquets, and Centerpieces