Photo by Brandon Kidd

Photo by Brandon Kidd

ABOUT KALEB

Being born into a strong Italian family, Kaleb's father taught him the pursuit of excellence and attention to detail, while his mother instilled in him an understanding that kindness and intentionality will take him further than anything else. With these qualities laying the foundation, Kaleb began his company with the intent of being his client's greatest advocate and also their  friend. This has allowed him to create truly beautiful events again and again, with an innate understanding of who his clients are and what is most important to them on their wedding day, even if bringing those thoughts to words wasn't something they could always specifically do. Kaleb's determination and willingness not to settle, paired with a kind demeanor and passion for his career has opened some incredible doors since his company began. His work has been seen in the pages of Brides Magazine, Magnolia Rouge, Utterly Engaged, Seattle Bride, Seattle Met Bride & Groom, Flirty Fleurs, People Magazine & every major online wedding publication including Style Me Pretty, Once Wed and Wedding Sparrow. He has worked as the florist for the Television Academy and the Prime Time Emmy's, as a lead stylist for The Mrs. Box product campaigns and has even had the opportunity to travel internationally to design weddings in Italy. 

TRAINING & EXPERIENCE 

At the age of 13, Kaleb got the opportunity to assist on his sister's wedding. It was that first meeting with her designer that sealed the deal and he's never looked back. From the grunt labor days of unloading the truck and filling candle holders, to now leading his own design team, it's been the years of hands on experience that you couldn't just learn in the classroom. But just to make sure everything was legitimate, Kaleb spent time training under Preston Bailey and David M. Handy, two notable designers on the East Coast, as well as working as a visual stylist and florist for Nordstrom. He gained his floral certification through the Flower School:NY in Manhattan. His design style is categorized by a pursuit of timeless elegance, luxe detail and effortless grandeur