Ikebana owner Ferdinand Ballesteros describes this table piece as a “no-frills arrangement” of accordion leaves and calla lilies, but the beauty is in that absence of frill. “Ikebana” refers to the Japanese art of flower arrangement, and if what you’re looking for is simplicity and elegance for a ceremony or reception area, keep it in mind.
“Ikebana is like haute couture,” explains Ballesteros. “Each one is made with only one particular intent. In your wedding reception, each arrangement will be created specifically for the space intended, with everything like wall colour, tablecloth colour, space limits, et cetera taken into consideration.”