Boutique Floral Design Studio Specializing in High End Florals for Events, and Installations for Businesses and Private Residences.
In addition to a limited number of full service wedding florals, Claire Rathbun Floral also offers a carefully curated menu of items ranging from bouquets and boutonnieres to ceremony arrangements, as well as centerpieces for your reception. The menu is limited and looks to provide the most impact for your day. This allows for simplicity for the engaged couple.
Our purpose is to honor and glorify God through our work, and to spread joy through flowers.
10% of our profits are donated to benefit the homeless students of the Dallas Independent School District. More on that here.
Contact Claire Rathbun today at 214-789-5017 or email@example.com to chat about floral designs for your environment.
Claire Rathbun Floral takes on a very limited number of full-service weddings each year. Our minimum wedding floral budget is $5,000. Please send an inquiry about this process by contacting us here.
We invite you to explore below some typical wedding items and a general investment level you can expect for each. Please be in touch with any questions - we look forward to serving you!
For a luxury brand, flowers display an unspoken message that you are above the rest, and they provide a multi-sensory consumer experience. Not only can floral arrangements transform any space, flowers reduce stress, and increase happiness by triggering our brain's "feel good" neurotransmitters (dopamine, seratonin, oxytocin) - further enhancing the client experience.
Contact us here or call (214) 789-5017 to discuss...
*Arrangements for your establishment
*Gifting for VIP clientele
Helping Homeless Students
Claire Rathbun Floral donates 10% of profits to helping the homeless students of Dallas Independent School District.
Dallas ISD Homeless Education Department
Services Provided by the Homeless Education Program Include:
Fannie C. Harris Youth Center
The mission of the Fanni C. Harris Youth Center is to improve life outcomes and promote self-sufficiency by giving unsheltered high school students a safe place and offering education as a pathway out of homelessness and poverty.
Preston Hollow Advocate Article
The bell rings at 8:50 a.m. at Thomas Jefferson High School and students drift into Room 161. A writing prompt on the white board asks, “Since you became a teenager, what is the greatest challenge you have faced?” For senior, Michael, and three others that day, it’s homelessness. In addition to the DISD-provided free breakfast program, volunteer Claire Rathbun is there each Friday with extra food, a smile and encouraging words. (To continue reading, click here ).
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