“From the garden, I love yarrow, zinnia and black-eyed
Susans,” Gee says.
The Dandelion Fox has blossomed itself, into the
wedding industry. This spring and summer, Gee will
become the true flower girl as she transforms wedding
bouquets into a forever keepsake.
“I get wedding bouquets from all across the United
States, people who’ve found me online and reached out to
me,” Gee says. “It’s been incredible.”
A wedding bouquet takes eight to 10 weeks to complete,
beginning with deconstructing the bouquet. Gee then
presses each flower, a four- to six-week process in and of
itself. Using photographs from the wedding for reference
and inspiration, Gee arranges the bouquet into a frame.
Carly Gee organizes her pressed flowers in stacks of
WBM may 2021