About Katya Hutter

Katya Hutter is a floral designer based in Amsterdam specialising in creating luxury and artistic floral decors for private clients, weddings & events and the fashion industry. Her style is lush, abundant and surprising. Her flower arrangements are seasonal and nature-inspired, with an artistic flair. Katya is greatly inspired by the wonder and beauty of nature. The amazing shapes, colours and patterns of nature are what inspire her stunning designs.


Having spent many years as a fashion stylist, and photo producer, Katya has a refined sense of style and is able to create designs that are aesthetically pleasing; this undoubtedly adds a dynamic dimension to her floristry. Her floral designs are unforgettable and romantic, with every arrangement and display reflecting timeless beauty and unique personality of her clients. Seducing and sensual, her flowers are made to live the dream and to celebrate the special moments in our lives.


No matter the size of shape of your event, Katya promises to bring your dreams to life. Through her dedication and devotion to her craft, she is able to successfully ensure that all clients get the best possible quality and impeccable service. Whether you’re after a grand lavish ceremony or a romantic intimate affair, you can trust that Katya and her brilliant team will exceed your expectations. Katya speaks three languages: Russian, English, Dutch and welcomes clients from Europe and further afield to her creative floral atelier in the heart of Amsterdam.


In March 2021 Katya Hutter Floral Design has been chosen as "Top Floral Designer of the World exclusively for the Netherlands" by the UK's No1 bridal magazine "Weddings and Honeymoons". Another nice recognition of Katya's work: a leading Dutch magazine about floristry Thursd listed Katya in their article "15 female flower designers you want to keep an eye on in 2021" along with other 14 most interesting female florists of the world!

Katya has worked and collaborated with a broad range of companies, private clients, celebrities, magazines and brands including but not limited to Weddings and Honeymoons magazine, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, GQ, In Style, Viva, Collezioni, Playboy, Shape, Lucy's Magazine, Dassault Aviation, L’Oreal, Dove, BBDO, Saatchi&Saatchi, Publicis, Ansu Vanda, Monarch Flowers, Berg Roses, Parfum Flower Company, Fam Flower Farm, Pieter Kolk Hydrangea, Bredefleur, Van der Lugt Lisianthus, Sofitel Legend The Grand, Conservatorium Hotel, Baxter Building Amsterdam, dancers from The Dutch National Ballet Company.

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Photography: Consuelo Edeling