My Lady Garden is not just a florist - we are an ever-evolving experiment and we love every moment of that.
Influenced by founder Kai living and working in New York, Paris, Melbourne and London, My Lady Garden is a true celebration of playful and modern floral design and we test the boundaries of where that can take us.
Texture and colour are two of the brands core design features, with the team of Ladygardeners creating abstract and sculptural florals week on week. Expanding bouquet delivery, our services now include weddings, installs, brand work, nationwide delivery and international events.
We collaborate with the industry sweethearts of iconic restaurants, bars and beauty and fashion brands, creating everything from a wood-fired pizza to kitchy hair clip, a sour cocktail to gift for mum. Think brands like Gordos Pizza, Tort, Three Sheets, Elv Denim, Top Cuvee, Decatur, All Press, Monta Monta and Whistles. We've worked with clients like Ganni, Dior, Cartier, Selfridges, Sunday Riley, Bumble & Bumble, Cleopatra Bling, Vogue, Swatch, Hanx, The Wing, Facebook, Neighbourhood Botanicals, Primark and Lily Allen x Womaniser, on a range of press send outs, installs and parties.
Each month, Kai chats with like-minded creatives about business, lifestyle and music on our Flowers After Hours [hyperlink] podcast and will be releasing a book soon.
Founder and Creative Director
Born in Melbourne, Kai's early source of inspiration and love for flowers came from her fathers green finger and garden in her childhood home, as well as her mothers passion for fresh cut flowers in the house.
Memories of David Austin roses and bunches of lavander surrounding her front door, to bouquets of freesias and lilys on the kitchen island saw a constant theme of fresh flowers through her earlier years. Her Latvian heritage also encouraged flowers to be celebrated for all occasions, from birthdays, anniversaries and graduations.
It wasn't until she moved to London that she considered a career in floristry. Often known for her spontaneous nature, Kai booked into a traditional floristry course in Covent Garden overnight and dove head first into the world of Floristry. Seen with a rebellious attitude to her floristry course, she was often criticised for her "messy" and non traditional creations. Upon graduating, she moved to New York and freelanced for the city's top tier designers. This is where she saw full creative freedom, and developed her unique style.
Two years later, Kai returned to London and eventually started My Lady Garden out of her spare bedroom.