A New York favorite, floral designer Rachel Cho is renowned for her dexterity, innate artistry, and impeccable design sense. Rachel’s style is inspired from all walks of life – from Alexander McQueen’s incredible edge to the surprise color of a fresh plum at the local greengrocer.
Rachel’s relationship with flowers spans a lifetime and two generations. Growing up as a young girl in her mother’s Bronx-based flower shop, Rachel had always been design-oriented. Her love of shape, color, and texture led her first to fashion and eventually back to flowers.
Today, Rachel Cho is a favorite among New York brides and event planners. Always an intuitive listener with a careful eye, Rachel’s original and impactful designs bring clients back, project after project.
Rachel has been featured in several national media outlets including The New York Times, CNBC, Harper’s Bazaar, Martha Stewart Living Radio, and Huffington Post Weddings.
Rachel describes how she got started in the industry and shares her philosophy on flowers.
Process & Studio
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Design Philosophy Design Eye for detail Modern fresh
As a New York native growing up in a family flower shop, Rachel’s design influences come from the vibrant life of the City all around her.
Known for her clean and luxurious style, Rachel places emphasis on the natural, architectural beauty of each flower, stem, and leaf.
With an original eye for detail and an exquisite sense of design, Rachel reimagines the possibilities of color and texture for a look that is dynamic, elegant, and fresh.