What is tic-tock?
Celebrity florist tic-tock Couture Florals is arguably one of the most in-demand florists in Los Angeles. For over twenty years, tic-tock's original and breathtaking floral arrangements have made tic-tock the first call for A-List personalities, event organizers, top-tier wedding planners and entertainment industry heavy-hitters. Creative director Eddie Zaratsian's reputation is well earned. As one of the youngest inductees into the American Institute of Floral Designers, his impeccable taste and desire to manifest the "visually stunning" has created a unique and lasting trust which ranks tic-tock at the top of any list of florists in los angeles. Please browse our beautiful floral arrangements at www.tictock.com
You want everything perfect, each detail attended to, each element to be intrinsically reflective of you; something so unspeakably beautiful and unique that it will never be forgotten. For over 20 years, tic-tock Couture Florals has been turning the dreams of brides into colorful realities. Eddie Zaratsian designs, from the timeless to the contemporary are created with you in mind. Working side by side with you from the initial consultation, Eddie gives each wedding the special attention and care it deserves from ceremony flowers and personals to arrangements for the reception, creating the perfect designs to tell each story.
Eddie Zaratsian has come a long way in the years since he took his place as one of the youngest ever inductees to the American Institute of Floral Designers. And 2010 was a year of unprecedented growth and fun! Between gorgeous weddings and events, shoots for Ceremony Magazine and Grace Ormonde’s Wedding Style, not only did the Creative Director for tic-tock Couture Florals work with some of his wedding industry favs, Pauline Parry, Christine Zohrabians, Nikki Khan, Mindy Weiss and Marcy Blum and do not one, but *two* episodes of David Tutera’s My Fair Wedding but he somehow managed to find the time be a contestant on the inaugural season of the Logo Networks’ hot new show, The Arrangement. For several weeks, E spent his days going toe-to-toe with nine other floral designers in fierce rounds of competition and elimination battles that would make other designers wilt. And, though he may not have said it at the time (what with all of those late, late nights shooting and early, early mornings at the flower market?) he loved every minute of it and from the moment it wrapped could not *wait* for it to air! He started 2011 off with a bang, working with one of his personal heroes Oprah Winfrey and spending New Year’s Day doing the launch of OWN, the Oprah Winfrey Network. Be on the lookout in 2011 for a book of Eddie’s incredible work photographed by Marianne Lozano.
His newest venture is the Eddie Zaratsian Fresh flower Boutique in side of the Restoration Hardware Beverly Gallery. www.eddiezaratsian.com