Sugar Floristry by Larisa Yemelina

What is Sugar Floristry?

Sugar Floristry – a totally unique form of contemporary art in the essence of which is the creation of realistic flowers from edible materials. Unique bouquets, flower arrangements and decoration for cakes from sugar flowers always looks very nice as a gift or can decorate any event. The hand of a master, able to create exquisite masterpieces sugar flower arranging, may make no different from a real flower, and in contrast to the present – artificial flower will never wither and can be stored for quite a long time and then be eaten. Absolute creative uniqueness, refinement, fragility, diversity of forms and colors – all of this is an Art of Sugar Floristry.


Every small detail of the sugar compositionr – is the subject of handmade work, means it is unique in itself, as the very creative floristry Sugar, which has no alternatives.


Flowers – a symbol of the natural beauty of our world. Sugar Flowers – represent the highest note of the man-made art in the confectionery industry, as they include all the colors and forms of nature.


The beauty and uniqueness in the modern world hard to surprise. But Sugar Floristry – it is also delicious! Realistic flowers made from sugar – a large and fragile candy, the taste of which will not leave anyone indifferent.

Larisa Yemelina

Larisa Yemelina – repeatedly recognized master and honored international gold medalist of Sugar Floristry in British technic. As professional activity She stars to practicing since 2012 and today has a lot of gold medals and Cup Grand Prix at the international competitions and exhibitions. Its delicate composition made of “edible flowers” just surprise everyone; for the first time who saw her work, and many honored master of this art. Sugar in her hands – literally comes to life, acquiring the unique natural shape. In looking for is the main activity of Larisa is teaching all those interested in the Sugar Floristry on individual and group workshops in different cities of Ukraine, post USSR countries and Europe.