Isa Ranganathan's unique professional background raises
floral designing and event planning to a new level.
Isa's designs have a sophistication derived from her extensive study of western and Japanese style of floral design. Whatever the
theme - traditional, contemporary, or modern, Isa's unwavering commitment to excellence extends to all facets of event design
Isa holds the rank of Second Master's in the Ohara School of Ikebana (Japan). Her talent in design is a result of years of dedi-
cated study of Ikebana; thus, it is the study of Ikebana - with its universal basis in the Principle of Design - that influences
all artistic action and is the foundation from which Isa creates. This does not mean all her designs are strictly Ikebana, but it
certainly does mean that whatever Isa creates is based on solid artistic principles. To be able to see subtle differences and
explain how to deal with them is the mark of a good teacher, as well as an overall designer.
Her active imagination, passion, and creative skills, combined with her vast experience, have produced some extraordinarily
beautiful results at parties and weddings, always unique and customized for a client's special occasion.
With the assistance of an experienced design team, Isa manages large weddings, social, and corporate events.
The Importance of a Strong Design Background
Degree in Ikebana - Second Master. Certified in Western Flower arranging.
Teaches Ikebana at the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Botanical Garden, and the Canton Garden Center and presents
workshops and demonstrations around the country.
Isa teaches Ikebana at John Carroll University in Cleveland.
Exhibits frequently, including at the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Cleveland Botanical Gardens.
Isa is the vice president of the Ohara School of Ikebana and co-chair for the Flower Fund at the Cleveland Museum of Art
and speaker for Garden Club of America.
Attends floral design workshops by top designers from around the world, keeping current with cutting-edge technique
Won several awards in interpretive flower arranging competitions and travels to flower shows in various cities in her capacity
as a certified floral design judge.
Free initial event consultation
Corporate galas, weddings, fund-raisers, and special events.
Ohara School of Ikebana
Ikebana, the art of Japanese flower arrangement, is a centuries-old art form, based squarely on the Principle of Design.
Its traditional designs stress simplicity, asymmetrical balance, and space.
Do take a look at what clients have to say about their experience with Isa's Touch.