Cassandra Redel

Cassandra Redel specializes exclusively in providing special event planning, comprehensive coordinating services, and destination location ideas.   She is a designer and decorator sourcing  beautiful flowers and accent décor. Her home base is in the Berkshires were she works thought-out New England and New York, but has also brought her skills and knowledge to some of the most beautiful location world wide.  

     Cassandra’s interest in decorating, design and event planning began in Los Angeles  when she worked as a set designer and often traveling to Europe. Hoping to foster a more European respect for flowers as an integral part of everyday life, she launched Fleur Cassandra and provided her services throughout southern California.  After years of hard work her clientele list grew to include many high profile corporations and private customers. Her work has been seen in movies, on television, as well as in magazines and books.  to include:  Berkshire Living, Designer’s West, Architectural Digest, Gourmet Magazine, House and Garden, Bride, Conte Nast and Fine Flowers. 

      After making The Berkshires her permit residence, Cassandra became the house florist for many prominent Inns and private estates throughout the Berkshires, Connecticut, New York and Long Island. From simple to simply sublime, she loves to create new ways and ideas, challenging herself to come up with all the special details to make your event memorable. 

      Cassandra has been fortunate to work not only in the United States but also the Caribbean, Europe, New Zealand, Asia, Bermuda, Canada and Mauritius. She brings her global experience to her designs. “I love creating and also transforming spaces. Taking a venue and making it magical is an amazing feeling. When someone walks into a tent or sees their pool area for the first time, and it takes their breath away, that’s when I’m happy. Surprise is everything.”

     Cassandra believes that Event Planning and design should not only capture the spirit of the day , but also capture the essence of those hosting it, the fundamental nature of the venue in which it is held and the spirit of all in attendance.