In Bloom

“My dream is to fill the world with flowers.”

By YAEL BRYGEL
February 11, 2016 20:36
3 minute read.
The Bloom Floral and Event Design Studio

The Bloom Floral and Event Design Studio. (photo credit: YAEL BRYGEL)

 
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If you ever dreamed of an asparagus centerpiece for your wedding celebration, or another vegetable-themed original, then the Bloom Floral and Event Design Studio could be your first port of call.

“People come here if they are looking for something different,” explains 29-year-old Ortal Gerber, owner of the upmarket flower store located on Hess Street in the Talbiyeh neighborhood.

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