Inspired while living in the heart of Paris, Amy Thai returned home to Sydney to launch Don de L’Amour in 2019. French for the 'Gift of Love', our botanical art and design studio is known for boldness, creativity and attention to detail. Through floral art and sculpture, Don de L’Amour explores the relationships between time, space and movement while looks at the different ways we connect to nature and art. We recognise that the natural worlds that surround us are interconnected to our relationships with spaces, communities as well as human experiences. That is why our three pillars are nature, art and creative innovation.

Founder, Artist and Creative Director Amy Thai is known for her expressive and poetic work in floristry at the helm of Chauvin Paris and world-renowned Parisian haute couture houses. Captivated by the realm of French-style flowers and the infinite creative possibilities that come with it, Amy wanted to enliven Sydney's floral landscape with exquisite creations and her speciality of floristry and design.

As a botanical art and design studio, Don de L’Amour conceptualises and executes small to large-scale botanical installations that explore mediums of visual art, sculpture, textiles and floristry for all types of client briefs. Evolving ever more towards the floristry and arts industry, Don de L’Amour has carved itself a niche using nature and its delicate art form and expression with a bold creative edge.

As we began working on a variety of unique, creative projects with clients, partners, and external consultants, we discovered a consistent mantra around the concept of ‘invite the unexpected,’ which has encouraged us to explore new destinations, radical creativity, and to recognise the needs of our clients. Don de L’Amour has been recognised by The New York Times as one of Australia’s leading floral designers who are changing the floral landscape.