Meet the Artists


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Buffy Layton – Blush Love Flora (formally know as Crown & Cloth Floral)

I use the elements of design (such as line and shape) in my floral creations the same as I do when creating art. I love using techniques that transform ordinary flowers into something new, foraging bits and berries, and even common weeds. I tend to create lush texture and thoughtful color schemes, while keeping an elegant yet whimsical garden aesthetic. While I may be new to the floral industry, I have been designing all my life. I am thrilled at the opportunity to create again at Newfields.

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Social Media: IG: @blushloveflora


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Dassie Brandt - White Clover Designs

I love combining textures and colors to create a whimsical design. I'm a fan of the natural look, creating flow and movement within each creation. I take pride in arranging flowers of a high quality to achieve the client's vision and exceed their expectations. I enjoy using unconventional pieces and vessels as well.

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Social Media: IG: @whitecloverdesigns  FB: @whitecloverdesigns


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Doysha Chanel – Raw Flower Design

Our philosophy is to create an organic piece that expresses and defines one's individualism, by offering floral design services as a means of developing the perfect environment. Raw flower combines art and expertise to create fluidity and beauty that transcends and capitalizes the mood and desired style.

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Social Media: IG: @rawflowerdesign  FB: @rawflowerdesign


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Heather Wright – Heather’s Flowers

I am easily inspired by my subjects and clients. My best designing occurs in the moment, as I am not a planner. I have been a professional floral designer for 24 years. There isn't anything I can't do with flowers, and I easily take on any new challenge.

Social Media: IG: @heathersflowers75  FB: @heathersflowers75


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Ida Johnson - Maggie J Designs

We love to mix colors, textures, and different elements into our floral designs. When we design for our clients, we take care to listen and bring their vision to life through our designs. We believe that every flower, petal and leaf are unique and when they are combined have the ability to create something spectacular.



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Jeanette Logan – The Flower Boys

We specialize in workshop weddings and try to make floristry skills accessible to all. Jeanette Logan loves taking clients' ideas and making them reality with a personal twist. Logan is primarily self-taught with a love for designing organically and playing with texture to create unique pieces. Logan helped Jake Rupp & Jake Smith start Flower Boys in 2017 at a cart in Indianapolis City Market that has now grown into their own space in Fletcher Place. Flower Boys is a 'The Knot: Best of Weddings' vendor for 4 years, a preferred vendor for many venues in Indianapolis, and is excited to see how their business blooms in years to come.

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Social Media: IG: @flowerboysindy  FB: @flowerboysindy


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Kasha Lantz – Memory Blooms

Kasha Lantz of Memory Blooms: I have had the privilege and joy of working in the floral industry since 2008. I have a floral certification from IUPUI Continuing Education. What I love about flowers is that I can be creative with nature as I shape each client's dreams.


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Choi-Ha Cassel – Memory Blooms

Choi-Ha Cassel of Memory Blooms: I completed IUPUI’s Floral Design Certificate Program in 1999, and have been practicing floral art since then. My floral work is inspired by both European and Asian aesthetics, influenced by my many years spent in both the United Kingdom and Hong Kong. My floral motto: Flowers are the language of love and I arrange them to reflect the love in your life.



Kristin Martin - Floristry, LLC.

We are an Indianapolis floral design duo that specializes in eco-friendly floral designs for weddings and events. Our work draws inspiration from nature and we believe our arrangements should feel natural in the environment they are viewed. Wherever we design, we take into account the unique characteristics of a site and arrange it in a way that uses its beauty and imperfections to our advantage. By respecting the natural variations and inconsistencies in flowers and foliage, we hope to evoke the feeling of discovering fresh garden flowers growing in unexpected places.


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Lauren Mincy-Vu - Laurilyn Farms LLC

I love designing unique, fun, interesting and personalized florals. I am obsessed with listening to my client and providing them with florals they will love and that are and expressions of them. Constantly challenging myself as a designer has always been an integral part of my floral design journey and will continue to be. I love flowers and floral design because they bring joy and connection with others!



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Lisa Schmitz – Where Pigs Fly & Such

My design philosophy is based on imperfection. I strive for whimsy and florals that represent the wild of nature. Perfectly imperfect is my motto with floral design, but I also love incorporating unexpected mechanics. I relish in finding ordinary things to use in creating my floral art. Like a gutter lining to hold a moss table runner, or a bicycle wheel to create a chandelier. There is joy in the creation and that includes the parts that the flowers are held together with, bound by, and cradled in. I also enjoy the beauty along the side of any road. My grandmother taught me to keep clippers in my car, because you never know when you will see something wild and beautiful that just needs to be clipped!

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Social Media: IG: @wherepigsflyandsuch  FB: @wherepigsflyandsuch


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Lissette Wyche  – Lissette Floral

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Social Media: IG: @___lissettefloral____  FB: Lissette Floral 



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Magda Namyslowski – Flowers by Magdalena

I attribute much of my inspiration from natural, European styles. I came to the East Coast in my twenties, after growing up in Warsaw, Poland. Incorporating elements from nature, really anything I can find outside during a walk is a passion of mine. I enjoy using dried, natural pieces alongside antiques as an homage to my European heritage.

Social Media: FB: @FlowersByMagdalena


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Mallory Ervin – Designs by Mallory Paige

The design philosophy at Design by Mallory Page is rooted in imagination. Our designs are the bridge between what is and what is to be. We aspire to deliver a over-the-top floral experience that exceeds expectation. We emphasize volume and variety to challenge the norms of floral design. It is of the upmost importance to allow the poetic movement and natural beauty of the florals to lead the process. It is also our goal that the design force observers to focus on the beauty of each element.


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Shelley Savini – Shelley Savini Art & Design

I am an Artist. I worked as an Instructional Artist for the IMA nearly 20 years, and volunteered as a florist in the Lilly House for about 8 years. I currently work part time for Events and Florals of Zionsville, create artificial arrangements for decorating projects and I am also a freelance artist and teacher. I create for the occasion, mood, color pattern. Light, airy, organic and event/site specific. The container inspires the height and balance and feel of the arrangement. Thank you for your consideration.


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Stephen Brooks​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ – Indiana Paper Company

I create flowers and arrangements from crepe paper that look as realistic and botanically accurate as possible. Each petal is hand-cut, hand-shaped, and hand-placed to create each unique bloom.


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Wendi Louks​​​​​​​ – Blooms by Dragonfly

We believe in design created to capture a moment in time with organic color, fluid shape and purpose. Florals are meant to add joy through beauty and we hope to achieve this each time we create.


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Deborah Summers – A Bride's Choice Florist

Deborah Summers, owner of A Bride's Choice Florist is a second-generation florist. Her belief in creating “beautiful memories" has long been the standard of excellence that she embraces through quality work and personal interaction with clients. Deborah’s designs have been featured in numerous bridal publications, as well as corporate and business events both large and small. In addition to helping countless brides realize their dreams of gorgeous wedding and reception flowers, she has received numerous recognitions attesting to the fine quality of work A Bride's Choice Florist offers including The Knot’s “Best of Weddings 2022.”

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Social Media: IG: @abrideschoiceflorist  FB: @Abridescoiceflorist


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Emily Sanders​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ – Blooms by Wildwood

Emily Sanders is the owner of Blooms by Wildwood, a flower studio at Wildwood Market in Fountain Square, Indianapolis


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John Caleb Pendleton – Planks & Pistils

John Caleb Pendleton, Chicago’s “guerilla florist”, is known for using floral design to highlight Black stories on and around Black monuments. Both personally and artistically, John’s focus is human flourishing, Black freedom, and the ongoing relationship between the two. Pendleton was born and raised in love in Grove Hill, Alabama and has lived in Chicago since 2010. He began arranging flowers for his wife in their home and is now the founder and creative director of Planks & Pistils design studio and was recently included in “125 Florists To Be Celebrated in 2022” by Florists’ Review Magazine.

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Social Media: IG: @planksandpistils  FB: @planksandpistils


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Martha Atehortua - MARTHA DECO

I love arrangements with a lot of color and movement, and hope my arrangements give joy to people when they see them.



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