For a lot more than two decades, Mark's Garden florist Mark Held has handled the flower arrangements for the Governors Ball, the official after-party for the Oscars.
Specifically because so numerous of the attendees have been there before, Held and his team generally really feel pressure to prime something they've performed in the previous.
This year, the two rooms of the party will transition from red to white, and the flowers will too.
"We're going from a kind of sexy, moody look into some thing that is kind of happy," Held, whose shop is positioned in Sherman Oaks, California, told ABC News. "[Academy governor Jeffrey Kurland] wanted it to be mainly white but he wanted pops of colour that would bring the [red] foyer into the space."
Held is bringing in flowers from all more than the planet, such as tiger anemones from Italy and bulbs from Holland, and has a employees of 25 producing the arrangements for the large day.
Curious what it all looks like? ABC News will be livestreaming the action here at 12 p.m. ET.
The Academy Awards take place on Sunday, Feb. 26, and will broadcast live on ABC.
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