As we are right on the cusp of May, we are reminded of what we love so much about this month. May brings the NBA playoffs (Go Clippers!), the Kentucky Derby with its amazing hats, the celebration of our mothers, the promise of summer, and of course gorgeous flowers. For us, this May also brings a really special collaboration (that coincidentally has to do with flowers as well). As part of our branding photo shoot, we had the opportunity to work with Kayla, the owner of House of Magnolias and West Coast Botanical Events. She was beyond professional and amazingly creative, bringing all that we hoped and more to the florals for our shoot. We are so lucky to have met this talented lady and hope that this guest blog post is just the start to a beautiful union.

Written by: Kayla 

What an honor it is to be asked to introduce myself to you all. I am the owner of two floral design brands based in Los Angeles, CA. Tami and Lauren have been so wonderful to work with, and I am excited to be a part of this collaboration. They have such a fabulous eye for design. Together, we hope to bring you lots of new floral inspirations for your interiors and events. I hope to show some insight into the floral design industry, my inspirations behind the new brand, and share some floral design projects.

My contemporary brand, House Of Magnolias, is a freelance floral design studio. We operate by appointment and  focus on creative designs for events and reoccurring accounts. Our designs are lush, compact, and always have a creative twist. We believe that the container is just as important as what you put inside.
My wedding brand, West Coast Botanical Events, is coming soon! We will be designing some gorgeous, romantic, organically styled weddings all along the West Coast this year. I’ve been inspired by the comeback of lush garden greens. I love the simplicity of this organically styled trend. It’s elegant and romantic and I can’t wait to bring it to life. 
You can link to my website at:
Thank you Kayla for giving us and our readers a little insight into your companies. We are excited for future projects and future posts. We know that you will provide us with knowledge and keep us updated in all things botanical. If any of you would like to be our next guest blogger, we would love to include your projects, inspiration, or creative business endeavor in our blog. You can contact us by posting a comment below or emailing us at


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