Technically, we’re supposed to write all the buzz words: woman-owned, minority-owned, etc. Although these all apply, our main focus is and always will be the art we create.
Domonique Rose is a luxury floral design studio experienced in creating art with florals for weddings, special events, bespoke orders, editorials, and installations.
Each design is multifaceted, intentional, and a little rebellious. We are unapologetic, funky, and love the finer things in life. We don’t take life too seriously – and we’ll always stop to smell the roses.
We are based in Los Angeles, CA but will travel wherever your floral story takes us!
No dramatic story here with florals, more of a cliche "flowers found me" situation. Creative outlet turned hobby turned career and I couldn't be happier! Sometimes you don't know what you're looking for, but you know you've found it when you see it. I'm just a down to earth, sarcastic, and quirky florist bringing beauty to the world one stem at a time.
I'm born and raised in Los Angeles and will always be biased towards the valley. Dont' get me wrong, the hidden gems and inspiration around LA are immeasurable, but there's something about that valley heat and those hillside views that make it magical.
I love being outside and will do anything I can to enjoy the fresh air. Preferably with good company, music, food and drinks! I'm always up for a good adventure but will gladly take a spa day instead. And let's be honest, a dream day would be to do both!
My husband (also a Valley native) and I have been married for 7 years. We have a 4 year old son, Donovan, who also happens to be my Chief Floral Officer. Dirty buckets are his favorite and he'd also gladly take a spa day aka a day on the couch!
Thanks for getting to know me a bit more! I look forward to learning more about you so feel free to drop a line on IG or email over a hello!
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My parents had such an eclectic taste in music and were living that Ojai life before it was popular. Did I enjoy it then? Definitely not. Do I appreciate it now? Absolutely. And I integrate those memories and feelings into my work. It would be wrong not to incorporate these elements with emotion as they've been present and remain important in my life.