Charleston Style and Design

FALL 2014

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212 CHARLESTON STYLE & DESIGN | FALL 14 B R I D A L F L O R I S T F or foral designer Anna Glac, fowers aren't just a gift that should be given lightly. "Flowers are such a luxury, and everyone who buys or receives fowers should be over- whelmed with their beauty," she says. "No matter how small or big the arrangement or bouquet is." A native of Poland, Glac frst found herself drawn to foral de- sign when exploring the palaces of the Polish countryside. "I will always remember the tour of one of the palaces when I was 10 years old," she says. "Walking through the beautiful rooms, each one adorned with fowers from the garden, thinking how much I would love to one day be able to do something like that." Glac sees a bit of Poland in the Holy City, and it constantly inspires her creative work, whether she's arranging classic hydran- geas, foxglove or, her specialty, preserved fowers. "I love living here," she says. "Charleston is such a beautiful city, a splendid backdrop for a wedding." Clients are drawn to her strong sense of style and detail. "I believe that all my designs have character and are well thought out," she says. "From table centerpieces, large-scale arrangements, fower crowns to bridal bouquets, all are created and detailed with love and passion for fowers and the people and places that will receive them." For more information, call 843-327-3477 or visit Flower Girl Anna Bella elevates fowers to extraordinary heights BY E R ICA JACKSON CU R RAN Photographs courtesy of Anna Bella

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