Nicole D’Agata has a passion for flowers.
Nicole specializes in creating wedding and event floral designs of beauty and extraordinary style. She has earned an excellent reputation as a floral designer, and her wedding and garden inspired floral designs have been published in several highly respected wedding magazines throughout New England.
Nicole hand selects every flower she uses for her floral arrangements, either from her own gardens or from her high quality sources throughout the Americas. She grows a wide variety of flowers on her farm. Almost all the flowers she grows are started from seed in her greenhouse and Nicole uses all organic gardening practices. “I grow the flora and fauna that I love and want to see in my own decorative gardens or on my table”, says Nicole.
Nicole works closely with each of her clients to create a memorable, stress-free event. She customizes every event to her client’s vision. Her artistic background, creativity, and attention to detail allow her to transform ordinary spaces into luxurious escapes.
Nicole is very concerned about a healthy future of our planet and uses local products and limits the amount of oil-based products used.
Memberships and Associations
Painted Tulip is proud to be part of the “slow flower” movement, promoting local, seasonal flowers, grown sustainably. We are delighted to be associated with the following groups that connect consumers to local growers.
Field to Vase: An interactive online resource educating and connecting consumers to growers.
We have been members of ASCFG, the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers for over seven years. ASCFG is a national organization of cut flower growers, made up of many small market farms like ours, dedicated to producing fresh beautiful flowers.
Slow Flowers: Brainchild of Debra Prinzing, author of The 50 Mile Bouquet, it is an online resource connecting consumers and growers. (member)
Member of Floret Farmer Florist Collective