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Meet the team: Amanda

Floral Designer

Designer Amanda Scanlon began working with The Blue Daisy team in 2021 when she moved from Cincinnati to Pittsburgh. Her degree in Landscape Architecture from Penn State University and experience working in the design field has prepared her well for floral design. She has practiced in various mediums such as graphic design, drawing, sketching and painting. While in Cincinnati, Amanda also worked for a wedding planning company helping couples envision and design their most important day. 

Amanda brings an outside perspective to the studio which spurs unique problem solving. Amanda most enjoys creating large centerpieces and installation designs, but also finds joy in creating retail arrangements. When not at work Amanda can be found chasing her toddler son and her two adopted boxer-mix pups!

We asked Amanda a few questions to get to know her better. See what she has to share!

Get to know Amanda

What brought you to The Blue Daisy?

 I discovered The Blue Daisy on social media after moving to Pittsburgh with my family. I was looking for a job that would allow me a creative outlet and my experience in the wedding industry previously lead me to floral design. 

What is your favorite thing about being on the team?

Working with friendly people and learning something new about beautiful flowers every week 

What is your favorite flower and why?

Peonies have always been a favorite. I love big petal flowers and peonies are so fluffy and smell pretty. 

What do you most enjoy doing outside of the studio?

Spending time with my family and enjoying a meal at a restaurant 

Do you have a pet? Tell us about them!

I have two rescue dogs, Kiwi and Brutus. Both are boxer mixes and love to play. Brutus is a “tri-paw” but is the most spritely, goofy guy!

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