Local florists were made for Instagram. Or Instagram was made for local florists. Either way, the combination is an explosion of creativity, color, talent, and textures. A few of our favorite florist accounts to follow on Instagram, below. We hope we’ve included a good mix of newcomers and classics, but let us know if we’ve missed anyone!
San Francisco based “maker of Saturday flowers”. Colorful and bright florals with some adorable-animal shots mixed in.
VA-based farmer-florist and chief of the Chapel Designers. Holly posts often with beautiful closeups of flowers from the field and farm as well as shots of bouquets as they head out the door to their lucky recipients:
DC, SF, and LA based florist (and Bloompop Weddings partner!) Liza at Studio DBI posts about behind the scenes wedding work, her lovely designs, and flowers out in the wild.
Sisters Nicole and Hayley document their wedding florals with gorgeous closeups like these:
Baltimore-based Local Color Flowers shares behind the scenes shots of her lush designs, all featuring locally-sourced flowers from the DC/MD area.
Amy Merrick needs no introduction.
VA-based florist Janie posts photos of her modern wedding florals with a natural, Southern charm:
One of our original favorites. The grandfather (grandmother?) of the natural, asymmetrical, unbound look of today’s modern wedding florists.
Sydney-based florist Merring Grace posts lovely polaroid homages featuring florals headed out the door of her shop.
Authors of the gorgeous ‘Flower Recipe Book’ (we finally got our copy and haven’t been able to put it down since!) post equally stunning candid florals, unique environments, and behind the scenes shots from their sold out workshops:
Canadian florist Oxi Design has an eye for color and lush and romantic floral combinations like these:
Bespoke flowers from Berlin-based Mary Lennox:
Glendora snaps photos of their gorgeous designs as they head out the door to their LA and Beverly Hills clients.
San Francisco based Tulipina Design posts colorful, bright, and light shots of their lush and cheerful designs:
Ridiculously romantic and ethereal shots. Jo is a master storyteller, creating atmospheres with flowers and environments like these:
Beautiful burlap-wrapped, locally-sourced flowers from Tobie at Little Acre Flowers!
Finally, not a florist, but posts so many flower-filled photos we couldn’t resist including them. This CA based baker posts loads of whimsical and fresh cake + flower combos like these: