Press

As Featured In:

  “Martha Stewart Weddings”
    • Modern Luxury Brides
    • Modern Luxury Brides
    • Modern Luxury Brides
    • Modern Luxury Brides

    “Modern Luxury Brides”

    • CS

                    “CS”

    • Flower Magazine
    • Flower Magazine

          “Flower Magazine”

    • Inside Weddings
    • Inside Weddings
    • Inside Weddings

          “Inside Weddings”

    • Wedding Bells
    • Wedding Bells
    • Wedding Bells

            “Wedding Bells”

    • Wedding Channel
    • Wedding Channel

       “Wedding Channel”

    • Wedding Style

            “Wedding Style”

    • Town & Country
    • Town & Country

           “Town & Country”

“There is an army of women who wouldn’t think of putting on a wedding for themselves, their daughters, family or friends without Virginia Wolff Inc”
Bridal Section, Today’s Chicago Woman

“Think pastels. Think swags. Party maven Martha Stewart’s in town, working with Chicago florist Virginia Wolff to decorate the set of Oprah Winfrey’s show for a taping on weddings. ‘I was just tickled when they called me,’ says Wolff, ‘She’s a role model for so many people.'”
INC. column, Chicago Tribune

“The best wedding florist in Chicago.”
Bon Appetit Magazine

“Virginia Wolff, Chicago’s premiere special event florist, has designed floral decorations for the elegant weddings and parties of a distinguished clientele since the 1970’s.”
Elegant Bride

“Popular society florist Virginia Wolff… loves turning aisles into arbors by using trellised flowers. ‘You feel as if you’re walking in Kew Gardens,’ she says.”
Chicago Magazine

“A most magnificent black tie wedding ceremony, reception and dinner dance was held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Chicago. The ballroom was filled with bouquets of lavender, ecru, pale shell pink and white roses, and lilies by designer Virginia Wolff… an exquisite wedding scene!”
The Social Side, Lucie Blodgett’s society column, The Voice-Tribune, Louisville, Kentucky

“Virginia Wolff likes to combine roses, lilies and orchids with ivory crepe jersey and tall candle towers to give an ethereal look to both the room and bride. (And, yes, that is Virginia’s real name.)”
Town & Country Magazine

City Living characterized Virginia as “Flora, the goddess of absolute gorgeousness.'”