About Kirsten Gordon Rabishaw
Although flowers are without question a visual sensory experience, the best floral designs
touch the heart. Our role is to learn enough about you to guide you to a concept that you love and that represents you as a couple.
When you work with Bloom Magic Weddings, you can expect creativity and passion from day
one. Even if you don’t know a rose from a ranunculus, we will make your flower experience fun
We love “bringing it”. From our years of experience, we know it takes talent and fierce attention to details to make great wedding florals. We source your flowers from our partner farms and growers, and inspect each flower for quality and freshness. From hanging installations, to handing a bouquet to a bride (and we both start crying), to the little sprigs of green on the napkins, the flower story is what makes us live and sing inside.
On a personal note, my flower story began, in my mom’s garden when I started digging holes for daffodil bulbs. Once I was older and graduated to “pointy scissors,” my love for flowers and floral design took hold. I became a 4th generation floral designer, adding my focus on spreading the word about sustainability.
Our role is to learn enough about you to guide you to a concept that you love, and that represents you as a couple. Although flowers are without question a visual sensory experience, the best floral designs touch the heart. We hope to grow happy memories for you and everyone who shares in your celebration.
Kirsten is a graduate of the New York School of Art and Design and The Regenstein School of the Chicago Botanic Garden. Her work has been featured all over the Chicago and North Shore areas. She is an active member of the Slow Flowers Society and the Chicago Green Wedding Alliance and is often featured in Houzz.com
Kirsten Gordon Rabishaw
Kirsten is a talented and caring Botanist! She created a gorgeous arrangement for my wife that she simply can't stop talking about!
Our Core Values
It starts with a sketch and your story.
We listen and take what is important to you – family history, dress design, decor – then turns your sketches into custom, floral design.