Ida Mayes Floristry brings movement and thoughtful floral design to your special day.
Hi, I’m Tiffany, owner and lead designer of Ida Mayes Floristry. I design unique, intentional, organically-inspired floral arrangements for weddings and private gatherings. My floral designs celebrate life by imitating the natural movement of flowers in nature combined with a hint of nostalgia and a touch of whimsy.
Philosophical approach to creativity that emphasizes harmony between human habitation and the natural world. I strive to honor the beauty nature provides us and imitate the beauty & flow of NATURE in every bouquet.
Showing careful consideration or attention. I care about YOU and my designs reflect the care and consideration poured into your floral arrangements in order to create flowers that are uniquely YOU.
Being the only one of its kind, unlike anything else. YOU are ONE OF A KIND and your flowers should be as well. We have a beautiful community of florists nationwide who certainly draw inspiration from one another. I highly encourage the sharing of photos & designs that inspire you but my highest aim is to create unique designs that are a reflection of YOU and your love.
Hey there, Lovely!
I am so excited you are here! I’m Tiffany and I’m a West Coast gal who still calls Oregon home despite living and designing in Austin, Texas. When I’m not designing flowers, dreaming about flowers or photographing flowers you can typically find me in the garden growing flowers. Many of the flowers I design with are from my own cut-flower garden. What a treat to know your flowers have been so loved from seed through to design.
I’m constantly inspired by nature and have always been fascinated by natural details and juxtapositions with the changing seasons. I love all the tiny details in each delicate leaf and flower. I owe my love of the garden to my grandmothers. So much so that I named my business after my great grandmother to honor the strong women in our family. You can read more of the story behind the business on the blog.
Bottom line: I love what I do and I love celebrating life & love. After all, it’s what the world needs, right?