Monday, December 30

Featured on:

We have been featured on! Our winter wonderland wedding we did for Angela and Kevin last year looks amazing, thanks to the photos from Tia and Claire Studio. We are so excited to have it recognized on their site. 

Check out the Real Weddings feature here

See up to date albums of our designs on Facebook/michaeldaigiandesign.

Thursday, September 12

Real Wedding: Gina & Andrew

A perfect Spring day in San Francisco for a wedding at the historic Ferry Building. The bride loves Red but wanted it to look more like Spring, so we softened the look with white, blush, grey and muted greens. Modern silver textured vases for a little sparkle and drama, succulents for texture and gorgeous Cafe Au Lait dahlias to add that touch of Blush. The fab team that is Kim and Niki Photography captured the decor beautifully.

This wedding was just featured in the Wedding section of 7x7 online as well, check it out here.

 Beautiful all red bouquet for the bride....such a great picture!

Elegant arrangements of deep red dahlias, white hydrangea, Amigo blush roses, eucalyptus berries, dusty miller, Cafe Au Lait dahlias and succulents.

See the rest of the wedding on our Facebook page. Click Here!

Wednesday, June 26

Real Wedding: Olympic Club Lakeside

A beautiful day in April for a wedding at the Olympic Club. We had the pleasure of working with Marisa from the fabulous Rebecca Reategui Weddings & Special Events. The look was classic, elegant and romantic with tints and shades of purple and lilac mixed in with beautiful white hydrangeas. The custom fabric and floral Chuppah was the focal piece of the ceremony and later on for the dancing portion of the wedding. The wonderful Janae Shields captured all of our designs beautifully and we are happy to share them with you.

See all the beautiful images of this classic Olympic Club wedding on Facebook/MichaelDaigianDesign.

Event Design and Coordination: Marisa with Rebecca Reategui
Floral Design: Michael Daigian Design
Photographer: Janae Shields

Thursday, April 11

Press: MDD seen on...

Can you believe it is already almost halfway through April? Where has the time gone? We have been slacking a bit on blog posts so we thought we would catch every one up with where we have been seen and featured.

Featured on: 

Andrew Weeks Photography blog post for Darcy and Kevin's wedding we did at the Presidio Chapel and the fabulous Bimbos 365. Check out his blog post here with all the amazing pictures. Such a fun couple!

Carmel Valley Ranch featured a film of Jee and Michael's wedding we did there last year by Justin Fone Productions, on their website. A beautiful day, venue and couple. Check it out here, click on wedding video link to the right of the page. You will also see images in Carmel Valley Ranch's gallery of this wedding thanks to Suzy Clement Photography.

Grey Likes Weddings featured Juli and Conor's very romantic and intimate wedding that we designed for at Anderson Ranch in Kenwood, thanks to Scott Andrew Studio. The couple was like straight out of a magazine and the venue was breathtaking as well. Check out the feature here.

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Monday, March 4

Exclusive: Pier 48 Spectacular Showcase

Wow, it has been awhile since our last post. We have so many things to tell you about! We have been busy designing for weddings, corporate events and fun networking events like "A Spectacular Showcase at Pier 48" hosted by AT&T Park, Classic Party Rentals and Got Light? The event at Pier 48 last Wednesday night was a great party! We had a fun time seeing our fellow designers work, meeting new people and catching up with friends.

We designed for 3 different sections of the event, French Country, Modern Color and Contemporary Rustic. Here are some shots that we took at the event to share with all of you...we are in no way photographers but we did our best.

 French Country:

Cheerful country arrangements of Icelandic Poppies, Vibernum, Ranunculas, Brazilia Berries, Ladies Mantle and Mini Roses designed in gold mercury glass vases.

A more modern take on French Country with beautiful peach French Tulips, fluffy golden Ranunculas and fresh green Vibernum designed in a footed gold mercury glass vase

Modern Color:

Clean monochromatic arrangements highlighted the tables in this sleek colorful lounge area.
Monochromatic arrangements of blue Hydrangea, yellow Callas with yellow Acacia and fire orange Mini Roses. All were connected together with strips of variegated green flax.
Sleek end table arrangements of deep purple Anenomes and deep purple Lisianthus designed in modern brushed stainless steel vases.

 Contemporary Rustic:

A sculptural centerpiece of sandblasted Grapevine with deep plum Callas, Sterling Roses, Succulents and accented with strands of lime green Bullion wire.
Clusters of gold mercury glass votives surrounded the centerpiece for a touch of warmth and sparkle.
Place settings were accented with deep plum Ranunculas and deep purple Anemones to add a soft texture and a pop of color against the white china.

We hope these inspire you. 
For more inspirations check out our recent work on Facebook/MichaelDaigianDesign.

Monday, January 28

Trends: 2013 Color of the Year

Drum roll please......its Emerald Green! The 2013 color of the year is the magical, mysterious and enchanting color of Emerald Green. It evokes the feeling of youthful glamour when you wear it, elegance and status when used in home decor and an enchanting "regal-ness" when used for a wedding or an event's table design.

Here is some inspiration we pulled together that we were drawn to and we hope they inspire you!

Vintage Glam inspiration board:

Rustic Antique inspiration board:

Whimsical Retro inspiration board:

 Chic Modern inspiration board:

Emerald Green is great as a textile or container accent for a wedding or event because it is hard to get that real Emerald color in a flower. Try using bright colored flowers like fuchsia orange or yellow to add a fun pop of contrast against a Emerald Green linen or vase. Or if you want to go all out green you can go with Chartreuse green flowers like hydrangea, parrot tulips, viburnum or ranunculas.

Once you start looking at Emerald Green inspirations you will start noticing the color everywhere!

Friday, January 25

Press: Ceremony Magazine 2013 Issue

We are so excited to be featured in the 2013 issue of Ceremony Magazine San Francisco/Bay Area! We have 2 fabulous weddings in there that are very different from each other. One is soft and classic, the other is bright and whimsical. We also have 2 beautiful table designs we did for Ceremony Magazine that are featured in the new issue, pick up a copy of the new issue when they hit stands in a week or see the digital version here.

 Emily and Scott's flight themed wedding was fun and colorful at the beautiful Julia Morgan Ballroom in San Francisco. Joyce from Events of Distinction brought us on the team to design the florals and bring her vision to life. From custom stage panels to "floating" clouds of carnations, everything was custom made. Always keeping it fun and exciting, thanks Joyce!

 Lindsay and Jake's wedding was a Secret Garden meets Royal Wedding kinda soiree. Held at Flood Mansion in San Francisco with a lush Chuppah of garden roses and trailing vines for the ceremony and elegant tall arrangements of dogwood for the long reception tables, this wedding was beautiful. For this wedding we worked with Shannon Leahy Events. Shannon's weddings always turn out tasteful and timeless, thanks Shannon! And we wouldn't be able to share it with you without the amazing photographs from First Comes Love Photo, thank you Alison.

 We had a ball at the City Scene Soiree with the team from Ceremony Magazine. Our table top design is on the right page with the hot pink and orange flowers on the silver linen and coffee table. We used mango callas, gloriosa lilies, coxcomb and other interesting flowers for this "Modern Femininity" table design.

Part of the MDD team goofing off for the camera at the City Scene Soiree event.

Thank you Amy, Jim, Lindsey and Jennifer from Ceremony Magazine!

Wednesday, January 2

Sneak Peek: Winter Wonderland Wedding

Here is a sneak peek of an amazing Winter Wonderland wedding we did at the Design Center here in SF on December 22nd. A chic winter wedding with a touch of "Old Hollywood" glam.

Tia and Claire Studio took the amazing photographs that you see below.

You have to see the rest of the teaser images they put up on their blog at