Talented floral designer, Danielle Rowe Zunt of Brown Paper Design, takes inspiration from everything from the most familiar memory to a far-away destination. See Danielle's inspiration and work and meet her at HITCHED!
Why do you do what you do?
I love the exchange of emotion in flowers. Being able to translate that for someone for such a special moment- whatever the occasion is-- I think there is a real poignancy there.
What should brides/grooms know about your service?
I only work with people I connect with. Otherwise I can recommend a million other talented people. I think it's important to get where your client comes from right off the bat.
What makes a wedding super rad to you?
A good bar. Kidding. Sort of. A great environment, that feels easy but special. When all the details are taken care of in a way that doesn't feel contrived, just feels like a moment you want to hold on to.
Name one wedding tradition that you wish to see re-invented.
The limbo. I don't know. Lately, tradition comes up less and less for people. I think it's great when people pull from their heritage and carry those things forth. Certain cultures have more of that than others. I love to work with people that pull from those things in order to add some guts to their wedding.
What do you want the guests at HITCHED to remember about you?
I don't want them to remember me. I want them to remember the flowers/environment we create.
In a nutshell:
Camping or Glamping? I am from Colorado, so I've done my share of camping. Even Glamping is pushing it at this point.
Cake or pie? Cake!
Beach or desert? hmmm.. I would say Mountains.
French wine or Mexican beer? A place and a time for both.
Beatles or Stones? Stones. Hands down. Some Beatles post drug days, but Stones.
Mac or PC? Mac.
Plaid or stripes? Stripes.
Boots or sneakers? Vans.
Night owl or early bird? Early Bird.
French fries or milkshake? That is an unfair question. They should be enjoyed together.
Cat or dog? Dog.
Hay or Chivari chairs? I'm going to go with a nice long wooden bench. Somewhere in the middle.