Gracefully Done is proud to be an active member of the Westchester community. Over the past five years we have been involved in several projects benefiting cultural institutions and businesses throughout the county. Having just participated in the Lyndhurst Flower Show fundraising event, Gracefully Done will next participate in its fifth Castles of New Castle's Tour on May 17th.
EXCLUSIVE FLORAL DESIGNER
GD crafted flowers and planters for all six episodes of the Season filmed here in Westchester: series aired 6 consecutive Wednesdays @ 9PM from April 19 - May 24, 2017.
We’d like to thank The Property Brothers and HGTV for giving local artisans a chance to take part in their show. We know of many businesses, including Gracefully Done, who have benefited from their participation and exposure. It was an incredible experience.
EASTCHESTER CONCEPT STORE
Florals for the first ever Barnes & Noble (B&N) concept store that opened in Westchester, needed to support the company's vision. As stated by David Deason, B&N VP of Development in a Nov 23, 2016 Journal News article, "This [store] is an effort and commitment to updating what a great bookstore environment should be. The objective wasn’t to be contemporary, it was to be fresh and make it approachable.” Read more...
Using strong bright contrasting color and a rich and varied assortment of delicate blooms, hardy succulents and exotic protea, (which in its Native Africa represents change and hope), Gracefully Done designed simple, fresh and approachable arrangements.
HOUSE TOUR: 2014 - 2018
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Spring Blossoms Flower Show April 6 – 8, 2018
A Medieval Courtyard with Victorian Sensibilities When Lyndhurst invited Gracefully Done to design florals for its Spring Blossom Flower Show this Spring, a fund raising event for The Rose Garden, we asked for the Postern. A secondary door in a city wall or castle often located in a concealed location for discrete coming and going. Our Postern design is influenced by two historical periods reflected in Gothic Revival Architecture — the Medieval period, when Gothic architecture flourished, and the Victorian era (during which Lyndhurst was built), when flowers, from all over the globe, were arranged in lavish displays. We hope you enjoy our Secret Garden. Read more...