By Appointment Only
Shoreline, WA 98177
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About Us

Flowers evoke an image . . .
a language of emotion, color and style . . .
a message conveyed.

Esprit de Fleur captures your unique style and expresses it in flowers. For more than two decades, no two of our weddings and events have ever been the same. Combining our knowledge and talent with individual time and attention, we will truly represent your "expression in flowers". . . your Esprit de Fleur.

Esprit de Fleur approaches weddings with a very personalized style. We listen . . .we look at your starting ideas . . . we offer fresh innovative ideas and possibilities . . then create a beautiful expression of you in flowers that will delight the senses and create long lasting memories.

Our process includes:

The Initial Consultation~ This first general meeting is where we meet to start the idea process in motion.

The Full Planning Consultation~ At this point you are booked with us and have dresses selected. Together, we create a flower plan that is fresh, innovative and very fitting. We may also do a site walk through together.

Our open-communication process includes budget proposals and selections to fit your priorities.

Esprit de Fleur was founded and is operated by floral artist Sheri Miller.

Schooled in a range of design and style with two bachelors degrees in art, she has also had extensive training in Europe studying Dutch and German design.

In 1993, after meeting rigid qualifications and demonstrating advanced professional ability, she was accredited by the highly esteemed American Institute of Floral Designers. With only 1,200 members worldwide, the AIFD accreditation is awarded only to those in the forefront of the floral industry committed to establishing and maintaining higher standards.

Sheri has been quoted in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and is recommended by many of the city's leading event planners.

She has also instructed thousands over the years in the art of flower arranging and design through her private classes and courses at Shoreline Community College and the UW Experimental College.

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