Botanical Studio

Ceremony Botanical Studio


Thoughtfully-curated design is intended to uplift a space in a way that resonates positively through all who encounter it.

Ceremony aims to engender this generative and immersive experience not only through our shop, but with design consultation and services available to the wider community. Our availability to provide these offerings is under expansion, but we encourage you to peruse our prior projects and reach out to us with your design-service inquiries. We welcome the opportunity to work with you in creating a space that blends inside and out, using elements that reject these concepts concretely and metaphorically: the space of your lived dreams.

Please contact us via email with any requests you may have in this realm. At the time, Ceremony is providing design services on a case-by-case basis, but we are always happy to assist with recommendations or in-store consultations.

Community Pizza & Beer Garden

The Wimberley Square

Community Pizza has been a welcome addition to the food scene in Wimberley, and we were thrilled when they asked us to design large scale planters for the exterior of their restaurant. Because much of the restaurant’s focus is on their outdoor space, we wanted the planters to  blend in with the rest of the space’s casual, inviting atmosphere and to stand out all at once. Because of the bright morning and afternoon light we decided to plant an array of succulents and cacti, splashed with a variety of smaller, bright florals to accentuate the layered succulents and cacti.

The Shady Llama

Wimberley, Texas

One of our favorite spots to bring friends and family visiting from out of town, this outdoor beer garden perched on the side of a hill boasts spectacular views and sunsets. We were so excited about the thoughtful design and curated drink menu that this destination spot for the Texas Hill Country offers. Privileged to be asked to help design table displays and container gardens for them, we turned to succulents and cacti for their low maintenance and their longevity in the warm Texas summers.