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Floral Advice from Kaylia Miller of Tumbleweed Floral Design

If there is one design item that completely transforms a space, it is your floral design. Not only do florals bring life into your wedding but the colors, textures and designs chosen make your day unique to you.


Meet Kaylia, the Owner and Creative Director of Tumbleweed Floral Design. We are so excited to feature her on the blog. She is passionate about what she does and intentional in how she designs. She always delivers an incredible client experience both before the wedding and when bringing her creations to life on the wedding weekend.



Tumbleweed Floral Design specializes in artful florals and bold color palettes. They are located in the East Bay but service all of Northern California, specifically, the Bay Area, Napa/Sonoma and Carmel.


We asked Kaylia a few questions about her experience in the industry to give you tips on your florals for your wedding weekend.


Tell us a little about you!


I am Kaylia Miller, an event floral designer of 10 years, design school graduate, mom of a darling 18-month-old daughter Sienna and a Bay Area native. I started my professional journey in design back in 2011 as a visual merchandiser and display artist in New York City. In my free time, I love to spend time with my husband and our girl, try new coffee shops, decorate and organize our home, try new recipes, check out our local farmers markets and enjoy the sunshine in our backyard.


What trends are you seeing for your 2024 couples that you are excited about?


I am very excited for lots of statement ceremony installations, minimal ingredient bouquets, edgy takes on traditional flower choices and bold color palettes.


What is your favorite advice to give a couple about your specific industry?


My biggest advice is to detach yourself from a 'favorite flower'. Trust the floral professionals to make your vision come to life using their knowledge of flower types based on season, color palette, weather and aesthetics. The best work comes from creative freedom! But, if you insist on a particular flower being a part of your design, make sure you're getting married in the right season for said flower.


What is a current dream for a wedding that you would love to work on?


Dreaming of a modern, chic, maximalist client who isn't afraid to mix unexpected colors and patterns in an elevated way.


You can view more of Tumbleweed Floral Design's work here:




We are so excited for our upcoming weddings with Kaylia and her team this year. The photos you see below are from weddings or events that we have worked with Kaylia over the past few years.




















































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