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Founded in 2001, Waterlily Pond is a full-service event design and floral art studio based in San Francisco, California.

Waterlily Pond has designed spectacular flowers and décor for over 1,000 weddings and events, and created large scale works of floral art for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the de Young Museum and other cultural institutions.

The talented team at Michael Daigian Designs worked a 24 hour shift to pull this flower magic together for this October wedding at the Bentley Reserve in San Francisco.

This floral ceiling suspended over a mirrored dance floor to create an evening we're sure the guests will never forget.

Great job Team MDD



PIER 39’s iconic floral festival, Tulipmania, returns from February 9 – 18 with more than 39,000 blooming tulips and other seasonal garden favorites!  Enjoy the flowers’ beauty and learn helpful gardening tips by taking free guided tours led by PIER 39’s Landscaping experts. The guided tours depart at 10am daily from the Crab Statue in the Entrance Plaza and end with a special treat from Trish’s Mini Donuts.

Self-guided tours can also be taken any time during Tulipmania.  Click here to download the 2019 Self-Guided Tour.

The tulips started blooming in early February and will last through mid-March (weather dependent).

Bouquets to Art

Bouquets to Art marks its 35th anniversary with a new palette of summer blooms as it moves to June this year. One of the Museums’ most popular events, Bouquets to Art is a week-long display of floral designs that take inspiration from the works of art in the de Young's galleries.

Enjoy this annual floral takeover at the de Young June 4–9, 2019, with an Opening Night Gala and preview on June 3. Proceeds from Bouquets to Art benefit special exhibitions, education programs, and conservation projects at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. 

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