Sustainability Commitments

How can we bring ephemeral beauty to events while acknowledging the challenges posed by climate change and the imperative to reduce our carbon footprint? This question guides us every day, prompting our commitment to reevaluate floral design practices. Our aim is to minimize excessive consumption and decrease our environmental impact, all while preserving the inherent beauty and aesthetics of your events.

Our commitments

Choice of flowers and foliage

We provide seasonal flowers and foliage, ensuring that at least 50% of our flowers are grown in France, a percentage that rises to 100% during the summer and spring seasons. Additionally, we cultivate foliage in our garden, which we love incorporating into our designs. This means that our flower selection depends on the offerings available at the Paris flower market during the week of your event. As a result, we commit to a specific color palette rather than a particular variety of flowers.

Design mechanics

In lieu of using floral foam (composed of petrochemicals and microplastic particles), we opt for reusable mechanics, such as chicken wire, or compostable basalt foam.


We meticulously sort our waste to guarantee the recycling of all plastics, cardboard, and paper. Additionally, any organic waste is composted.


We take the time to meticulously calculate the required quantity of flowers and foliage for each event to ensure that we only purchase what is necessary. Our aim is to avoid discarding flowers. Our approach not only benefits the environment but also offers cost-effective solutions to our clients. It’s a win-win practice for all involved.


We provide an extensive collection of event and wedding rentals, including vases, candle holders, arches, and more, which can be reused year after year.

Zone of offer

We offer our floral design service in the Paris area. We won’t travel more than 100km to decorate an event. If you are away from our atelier, we will be happy to recommend fellow sustainable florists in France, also member of the French Flower Collective.

Bud vase on wooden vintage step ladder. Le Jardin d'Audrey- Paris Sustainable Florist. Photographe : Naïs et Isaac