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White House Chooses New Floral Designer

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Remember when we reported that the White House's long-time florist was retiring and a new one was in the works?  Well, we're given less-then-100% but pretty good assurance by the WashPost's Reliable Source that the winner of the Great White House Florist Search is the Alexandria, VA but French-trained floral designer Laura Dowling.  I see that Laura has a blog – and it's gorgeous - so congrats to a blogging floral designer!

Photo credit?  I took this from Laura's blog but didn't see a photo credit there, so maybe she's a talented photographer, too.

Posted by on October 19, 2009 at 11:23 am, in the category Uncategorized.
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7 Responses to “White House Chooses New Floral Designer”

  1. oh my gosh, spectacular and congrats to her!

  2. greg draiss says:

    quite creative!

    The TROLL

  3. The girls got talent.
    Enjoyed her blog and website, which had a very generous page of ‘how to’ under the heading of projects.
    Nice to see a talented artist not afraid of showing others how to recreate an ensemble.
    Perhaps it was her generous giving spirit and good karma that endeared her to her new employer ?

    Congrats to Ms. Dowling.

  4. What a very talented floral designer, I love the visual space she left in her design. She is innovative, and will fit in well in an innovative administration.

  5. Jo says:

    Lovely sample and I’m sure more to come. This is not actually an issue I was concerned about particularly, but I’m glad if youall are glad. Back to Rant basics; check out (and I’m surprised not to have seen it mentioned already)
    http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/19/us/19land.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=Flint%20and%20garden&st=cse

  6. Jo Ann says:

    Just Beautiful!

  7. Ellen Frost says:

    Jealous! But it looks like she’ll be great! Hope she’ll take advantage of the amazing cut flower growers in Maryland and Virginia including Farmhouse Flowers and Wollam Gardens.

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