Spring is probably the most highly anticipated season of the year, when winter's shorter and colder days come to an end. Nature returns from its dormant phase and we look forward to the appearance of beautiful cool weather flowers. New life emerges everywhere from tree branches to spring bulbs, and color comes back in full force - everything from bold yellow daffodils to soft lavender muscari. Spring is also a highly fragrant floral season with sweet peas, hyacinths and narcissus.
Look forward to seeing: daffodils, ranunculus, tulips, peony, hyacinth, lily of the valley, lilac, sweet pea.
As a New York City based florist, it's important for us to make arrangements that work for every kind of apartment, from lofts to shoeboxes. We've chosen vases that are perfect for coffee tables, dinner centerpieces, nightstands, or office desks. Though they vary in size, they are typically not taller or wider than 12 inches. Our lovely wooden hand should help you get an idea of the size of each arrangement.
We also believe it's important to be eco-friendly as well as sustainable, so we do not use products that are bad for the environment like floral foam. We prefer flower frogs, known as a kenzan, or hand tied bouquets placed in the vase. Avoiding floral foam also helps the longevity of the flowers.
Our team of flower hunters at Buunch are all experienced floral designers, each with a unique stylistic background, allowing a truly creative design process to thrive. Beginning with Caroline Bailly, she is the brains behind L'Atelier Rouge, and now Buunch. After working in events, fine dining, and floral design in New York City for many years, she believes in pushing the envelope and finding new ways to make every space beautiful through flowers. Our creative director is Takaya Sato, a floral designer who trained in Japan, and developed his unique style even further after moving to New York City. We have supporting designers who contribute their own styles to the mix, creating a look and feel that we hope continues to evolve. Our flower hunters believe in honoring each flower and it's individual beauty so that it can be fully appreciated. We combine elements of minimalism with a natural flair, making pieces that feel elegant yet relaxed and fun. Color is the driving theme for each of our arrangements, and our flower hunters take in pride curating the best available flowers for each color in every season.