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I believe in a society where family comes first, homes are full of quirky details, and unnecessary clutter is thrown out without abandon.

Michelle Edgemont

As a life long creative, I hold a BFA in Textile/Surface Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology. I spent seven years working the fashion industry before I found my passion of designing joyful events and whimsical florals.  My experience putting together cohesive collections of textile designs for well known brands is evident in the way I piece together the many items needed for a completely immersive event experience. 

As I learn how to be a better business owner, I love sharing that knowledge with fellow creatives. I’ve been a featured speaker at Making Things Happen, AltSummit, and the Be Sage Conference. Contact me to discuss future speaking opportunities.

The Company

The Michelle Edgemont Design brand believes in a community that inspires, supports, and applauds all couples who are promising their lives to each other through bold, beautiful celebrations. We love companies that are unapologetically themselves, smart with their marketing positions, and appreciate out-of-this-world instagrammable moments at their events. We do two things, and do them well: Event Design and Floral Design

Launched in 2011, NYC (specifically Brooklyn) is my home base. As an event designer, florist, and prop stylist, I’ve been quoted in the NYTimes and the best-selling book, A Practical Wedding, and featured multiple times on Style Me Pretty, Martha Stewart Weddings, The Knot, and HGTV.

I was recently named one of the 35 under 35 Brightest Stars in the Floral Business by Floral Review Magazine. The first book I styled, Weddings in Color, is now available everywhere books are sold.

The Michelle Edgemont Shop, full of modern, colorful event decor that I’m known for, is now open! 

Say Hi!

  • 1986

    I discover craft supplies

  • 1993

    After winning all the blue ribbons at a local craft fair, I spend my prize money on candy and gemstones.

  • 1995

    I join the soccer team and pick the position with the least running: goalie.

  • 1997

    I become a cheerleader. Mainly for the dancing and the skirts.

  • 2002

    A screen printing class in Florence teaches me that textile design is an occupation.

  • 2003

    Goodbye small liberal arts college, hello New York City! I transfer into the Fashion Institute.

  • 2006

    Graduation day! A degree in textile/surface design is all mine.

  • 2009

    I marry a handsome stud of a man that I met on the internet. Our wedding is completely handmade and full of ice cream sundaes.

  • 2011

    Tired of the fashion industry, I start this company to serve all color-loving, modern couples and bold brands in NYC.

  • 2012

    I’m quoted in the NYTimes talking about event design. My life is complete.

  • 2014

    My son Dean is born, making me a mama even more dedicated to creating beautiful events with a focus on celebration.

  • 2015

    I marry my textile design skills with my event design expertise to launch the Michelle Edgemont Shop


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“It’s no surprise that you create such fabulous celebrations for people; your attention to detail is incredible.”
- Emma, Bride