Since May 2012, Mademoiselle Arty transmits her passion and creativity with future brides all over North America. She creates unique bouquets made of timeless materials, such as brooches, fabrics, paper and many more. Mademoiselle Artsy works with her clients to create a piece of art that is unique to each bride’s personality and wedding.

Since then, we had the pleasure of being featured in many wedding blogs and magazines and were presented two awards (Wedding Wire Couples’ Choice Awards 2016 and Best Unique Business) due to our creativity, the craftsmanship of our product, and our customized service.


What is your name? Stephanie Laliberte
Where do you call home? Gatineau, Quebec (Canada)
How old is your business? Since 2012
What’s your speciality? Brooch bouquets and accessories
Location or coverage of your service / products? Worldwide
How I got into weddings: It all started after the proposal of my prince charming in October 2011. I always loved being different and stand out. I love everything that sparkles, handmade things and I am obsessed about old antique things with lots of character. The idea of a brooch bouquet was perfect for my personality! I decided to make this project a DIY, and from that was born a real passion.
What is your favourite part of a wedding day? The love and joy you can feel in the air on that special day is indescribable. I love seeing the look of the bride and groom when they first see each other during the ceremony. I will always remember the teary eyes and the puppy face of my husband when I walked down the aisle.
Best piece of advice you’d give to brides and grooms? Make this days yours! Let both of your personalities shine threw this wedding! Everybody will want to put their input into your wedding, but always remember that it’s your day, and that it will only happen once!
What is your dream travel destination? Paris. I’ve always had a fascination about the Eiffel tower and all the romance and architecture that surrounds this city.
Any new year resolutions? When you are so passionate about your work, you can easily end up working day and night and not thinking about your personal life. After October 2014, I promised to myself that every year I would make sure I always take time for my little boy and husband. It’s my #1 resolution. This year, I hired two part time employee to make sure I kept that resolution.
To make sure I continue learning and being passionate about my work, I also took the resolution to challenge myself with new exiting projects. So I started giving fabric flower workshop, created a full line of about 10 different accessories for wedding chairs for a regional rental company, and I am working on a line of bridal hairpiece that matches my bridal brooch bouquets.
Rose Gold or Silver? Rose Gold
Peonies or Succulent? Peonies