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Five women on the Remi + Gold Floral Design team of destination weddings florists in neutral toned clothes and holding neutral floral arrangements

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Today we’re continuing our conversation with Twyla Reimer (center above), owner of Remi + Gold in Austin, Texas. We were nowhere near done asking questions when our last conversation with Twyla concluded, so we asked her to come back and tell us more! We hope you find the second half of our visit helpful and encouraging — especially if you’re wanting to break into the destination wedding market. Twyla doesn’t hold back on sharing the ins and outs of the weddings she’s flowered from Paris to Hawaii!


  • how the Remi + Gold team is structured and how each team member contributes to the brand
  • developing brand recognition
  • sourcing flowers for destination weddings
  • choosing a workspace when designing a destination event
  • hiring freelancers for destination weddings
  • destination event transportation and lodging
  • memorable Remi + Gold events from 2021
  • the Remi + Gold minimums method

Sophie Epton Photography | Makeup ATX | a&bé bridal shop | Nicole Mera


Sophie Epton Photography | Premiere Events | Brides of Austin


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Lucy Struve Photography | Storybook Weddings & Events | The Greenhouse at Driftwood

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Co-Hosts: Amy McGee (Botanical Brouhaha) and Maggie Bailey (Bramble & Bee)

BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Grayson McGee

Music & Voiceovers: Landon McGee

Be sure to listen to Part One of this interview with Twyla Reimer! Click here to listen.



  1. Brittaney Vincent says:

    Wow, this was such an informative listen! Thanks for sharing your knowledge 🙂


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