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Burien’s Iris & Peony graces back-to-back covers of Seattle Bride Magazine


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It seems we aren’t the only ones who recognize the unique beauty and creativity of floral artistry found at Burien’s own Iris & Peony – the editors of Seattle Bride Magazine agree that the quality and sophistication of wedding florals found at Iris & Peony are cover worthy, so much so that you’ll find their creations on the current cover of Seattle Bride and also the September/October issue.

It’s a little rare to be selected for back to back covers, but rare is a term we would use to describe just about everything that Robyn and her partner have created in their enchanting Burien boutique. We love their selection of gifts, cards, wrap and of course florals. Of course the piece de resistance are all the special event designs they create.

Whether it’s a wedding, milestone event or gala, Iris &Peony approach each occasion with a passion for capturing the perfect mood and nuance.This was evident in the bouquets they created for the Seattle Bride photo shot set at the newly renovated Smith Tower, which features a distinctly vintage feel. The beautiful muted tones of the cover bouquets communicate that subtle tone of a bygone era, while still being undeniably fresh and modern. And all found in little ol’ Burien!

You too can enjoy the amazing artistry of Iris & Peony for your next special occasion. Call or email for a complimentary consultation, but don’t wait – the secret is out now and you may have to fight off folks from all around the Seattle area, who want “Seattle Bride” approved designs right here in our hometown.

ADDRESS:

  • 441 SW 152nd Street (map below)
    Burien 98166

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HOURS:

  • 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.Monday through Friday
  • 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday
  • Closed Sundays

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