A few photographs from the multi talented Miyoko from » Une Maison dans les Arbres » who designed and orchestrated the decor for a destination wedding at Le Marois residence in Paris. Miyoko doesn’t follow trends, she initiate them!
She was the first florist in Paris who had a vision for the beauty of dried flowers. She started a dried flower store in the Marais district when everyone thought it was a little dated. Months later, every florist in the city were adding dried flowers to their palet.
We love her for her creative skills, the unique sense of beauty she puts into everything she creates. There is romance, poesie and great beauty in everything she tackles. Miyoko’s creations are conceptualized, tailor made to each clients and always executed with grace and respect for her craft. She is delicate, sensitive and her work convey the beauty of her soul.
Miyoko has a background in graphic design and trained in Ikebana; the ancestral Japanese flower art. She brings tradition and cutting edge design together so that her work stands out. In the wedding featured below, Miyoko mixed fresh flowers such as Anemones to dried flower arrangements. The bride originated from the Philippines. Miyoko designed white coral glass domes, adding little gems of flowers to recall the brides heritage.
The final installation was simply stunning in its uniqueness. » Le Marois hotel particulier » in Paris was a gracious backdrop for a wonderful destination wedding.
Should you be interested in learning about dried flowers, Miyoko has recurring workshop at her atelier. We joined a dried flower glass dome atelier that Miyoko hosted a while back. I now have my own little creation sitting on my desk. It is a real delight for the eye and the soul alike.
Miyoko at her Atelier preparing for her wedding at the hotel « Le Marois »