Sayles Livingston Design
About Sayles Livingston Design
At Sayles Livingston Design, we specialize in providing unforgettable experiences that showcase the distinct vision of each client. Known for our lush atmospheric arrangements and acclaimed designs, we take pride in our ability to accommodate unusual requests, as well as the more familiar. Responsive, customer-centered, female-owned and operated, Sayles Livingston Design looks forward to becoming a trusted member of your event team.
Respected locally and internationally, Sayles has over 30 years of experience in all facets of the event industry. From intimate seaside weddings, to destination Costa Rican extravaganzas, to New York Society Galas, Sayles does it all.
Known for her excellent taste and discerning eye, Sayles is a graduate of Brown University, where she studied Horticulture and the Creative Arts. She then went on to receive a master’s degree in Plant Sciences from the University of Rhode Island, where her understanding of local sourcing and sustainability grew. This unique combination of artist and trained horticulturalist is unique, and it is what makes Sayles’ designs so impressive (and so relevant) to those of you looking to make a big splash with the least amount of environmental impact.
Sayles Livingston Design began as a garden and cut flower business but has grown into a leading, and much lauded, event and floral design business. Sayles’ distinctive creations have been featured in over 50 national magazines and films, and she has won numerous awards, over many years, for her enchanting displays.
Sayles lives in Little Compton, Rhode Island, an intimate coastal village, with her husband, 3 sons (Ben, Eli, and Henry) and her daughter (Martha). Other than her passion for flowers and her family, Sayles loves traveling, writing, running and driving fast!
Take a Look
As you begin to imagine your perfect event, send us an email or give us a call– we’d be thrilled to brainstorm with you! In the meantime, please take a moment to peruse our gallery to get a better sense of what we have to offer.