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    I'm so excited that it almost feels like my heart might almost stop at times. On March 14 my new book Handpicked, Seasonal Flowers, (Abrams Books) launches in the U.S! The book is full of inspiration, ideas and recipes for arrangements that flower lovers of all levels can do at home. It’s our signature style, just a little easier to put together and with fewer ingredients.

 If you pre-order now, you will receive a pretty canvas bag with an image of my favorite flowers (from the book). Here is the link!


    Click here to register (click through to March once you are on the FlowerSchool site).

    So extremely thrilled to announce that I will be teaching two Master Classes at FlowerSchool New York on March 18 (followed by a book launch party on March 19). In one of the classes I will be showing how to create floral installs using chicken wire, flower tubes and eco wraps (such as the ones from Eco Fresh Bouquet).

    These methods require a bit more planning but as a bonus they are less harmful for the environment (by reducing the use of floral foam). We will also discuss and share various ways to re-use the flowers and/or plants after an event.

I will also be teaching a Master Class where you will learn how to create a signature design from my new book Handpicked. I will tell you more about that class in the next few days! 
In addition, all of the install work will stay up until the next day = March 19, when Flower School will be hosting a free(!) book launch party, with wine and light fare.

    Please follow this link to register for all three of the above (click through to March once you are on the site).

    Here also a description for the install Master Class from FlowerSchool New York:
    "Tin Can Studios has a renowned ability for large-scale installations from living walls, to hanging floral chandeliers—their work is always impressive and inspiring. In this session, students will assist Ingrid in the development and installation of two to three large-scale projects within the FlowerSchool New York space. Here, students will learn the process and mechanics for conceptualizing and implementing these larger projects that Tin Can Studios is so recognized and celebrated for. Ingrid will begin the workshop with a slideshow and Q&A of her past work. Class is limited to 16 participants. Instructor: Ingrid Carozzi."

    P.S. The list of Master Floral Designers teachers @flowerschoolny is impressive to say the least Lewis Miller, Emily Thompson, Matthew Robbins, Sullivan Owen, Oscar Mora, to name a few. I encourage all of you flower lovers to look at other upcoming classes as well! They are very fairly priced and you get to use a lot of flowers. Huge thanks to Cal Crary for all of your support ever since the get-go!


     18 foot floral chandelier at The Altman Building, New York.

    Giant citrus tree installation, New York. 

    Tropical djungle and water lily pond installation a Angel Orensanz Center during New York Fashion Week for Scotch & Soda.

















    We are looking for a 3-month floral apprentice to work in our studio in Red Hook. This will be an in-depth learning ​experience ​where the apprentice participates in all functions of an intimate and fast operating floral studio with a focus on events.

    Experience with flowers is not required but a plus. In this position, you will assist in all aspects of the work in our studio from concept to final product. We will expect you to dive in immediately and give us all you have.

    As a result, you will learn various techniques to create beautiful flower arrangements, the ins and outs of the flower market, how to condition flowers, how to handle logistics, set-up and break down of events and help create and execute unique concepts for client events.

    Candidate must be a self-starter, independent and communicative worker. She/he must be prepared to work early mornings/late evenings and/or weekends and have a flexible schedule. Being able to work individually, but also on a team, ability to work under time pressure, and willing to do physical labor is required. An intuitive eye and understanding for color, form and composition is a must.

    We require that you are available a minimum of three days a week. This ​program is a partially paid. Start date is February 15th, 2017. This is is a one of a kind learning opportunity for a professional and driven individual where we will teach you our internationally acclaimed methods and style. The majority of our previous apprentices now run their own floral businesses or freelance for us.

    Please email with a copy of your resume, and a short introduction about yourself with the subject line “Apprenticeship” to be considered. If you have anything that demonstrates your visual or conceptual skills (photography, paintings, floral design, drawings, carpentry, craft projects, etc) please send that as well.Interviews will take place at Tin Can Studios in Red Hook, Brooklyn.






    Huge thank you to Wedding Wire for the WeddingWire Couples' Choice Award 2017!  We are beyond delighted to have so many wonderful wedding clients find us through your wedding planning site and directory and look forward to many more beautiful weddings in New York and beyond in the future!


    Wedding chuppah set up at Pioneer Works. Photo: Paul Brissman

    Bride and bridesmaids at The Bowery Hotel. Photo: Trent Bailey 

    Bridal bouquet with tree peonies, blueberry, garden roses, among other ingredients at The Bowery Hotel. Photo: Trent Bailey  

    Wedding reception set up at The Bowery Hotel. Photo: Trent Bailey  

     Wedding reception set up at The Bowery Hotel. Photo: Trent Bailey

     Bridal bouquet at Pioneer Works in Red Hook. Photo: Joseph Lin

    Centerpiece for a wedding at The Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg. Photo: Tin Can Studios







    I was recently asked by TV4 in Sweden to come and do a guest appearance on one of their most popular and oldest shows called Äntligen Hemma. Of course I accepted their offer! So while Ashley and Jessica kept things running at the studio, I jumped on a plane to Stockholm.

    Once there I was met by two of my former apprentices, Hanna Piippo and Emelie Wallstedt, who helped me set up the studio (which Emelie kindly let me borrow for the recording).

    Next I went out in to the woods to do some foraging and scored some fern, rose hip, oak branches and some stuff I don't even know the names of for the show. In Sweden it is legal to forage (responsibly of course!) so growing up there this came very natural to me.

    Then we were sent off to a very generous wholesaler, S-blommor, who basically let us raid their entire inventory and load up three carts of amazing blooms.

    Finally it was time to start shooting the show. Little did I know that I was going to do all the talking by myself (no host asking questions, what???). I think it turned out great in the end, much thanks to the super funny and talented crew at TV4 as well as a lot of help from my friends. Here it is if you feel like seeing me arrange some foraged foliage and flowers in a vintage sugar bowl using chicken wire as a base.

    It is in Swedish of course, but you should watch it anyways, because the language of flowers is universal after all...






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