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BB Podcast Episode 97: Ginny Early

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Floral designer Ginny Early standing behind a tablescape of flowers and fruit created in her Enemies of the Average studio

Sarah Ingram Photography

Today we’re visiting with floral designer Ginny Early, owner of Enemies of the Average in Gainesville, Georgia.  Join us as we talk with Ginny about:

  • Flowering for weddings, museums, and editorial shoots
  • Using the painful experiences she’s walked through as a catalyst to support other women in feeling valued
  • Building a business that reflects her talents, values, and interests
  • The challenges that landed her in the luxury wedding market
  • Her advice for new flower business owners
  • Working with interns vs. apprentices
  • The experiences that have solidified her resolve to flower with purpose

Bride and groom holding a garden style bouquet designed by floral designer Ginny Early of Enemies of the Average

Madeline Trent Photography


Bride in a pale blue dress holding a taupe and peach bouquet designed by floral designer Ginny Early of Enemies of the Average

Rustic White Photography





Sarah Ingram Photography

Today’s Episode is brought to you by:


Madrid Flower School


Want to study floral design in Europe? Madrid Flower School offers contemporary and traditional styles and techniques with 10 instructors. Check out the professional program which also includes photography, styling, and business essentials. Offered in both Spanish and English.

Host: Amy McGee (Botanical Brouhaha + Bloom Trust Co.)

BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Grayson McGee

Music Written & Performed by: Landon McGee

If you enjoyed this episode, you might also enjoy our conversation with Sarah Shell, owner of Fern.  Click here to listen.



  1. Amy Anderson says:

    I am so inspired by Ginny Early. Her designs are beautiful and flow with the rhythms of nature. Ginny is a community activist through quiet servitude. She makes our world a better place by supporting those people that may be marginalized by society through empowerment and advocacy. Great interview!


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