Top 10 Florists to Follow for Every Flower Junkie

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Who needs April showers to bring May flowers anymore? With good old Instagram, there is a flower power revolution happening on your phone, and best not to miss these top ten florists who upload some of the most innovative, eye-catching floral designs out there today. If flowers and bouquets, floral design and unique, photogenic spreads get you going in the morning, a beautiful floral feed is just a finger swipe away with the help of these accounts.

10. Tinge Floral

Tinge by Ashley Beyer is all romance. Based out of Salt Lake City, Utah, Beyer’s flowers are classically inspired and romantically luscious with a touch of wild. Mostly weddings, her feed is laden with bouquets and centerpieces, dramatic countryside backdrops and harmonious color schemes.

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9. Espe Floral + Foliage

Espe Floral + Foliage proudly utilizes sustainable floral offerings from Portland, Oregon’s nearby flower farms. These bouquets are the freshest around, driven by season and locally focused with colors that pop right off the screen. But what else would you expect from a florist who hails from Rose City?

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8. Sullivan Owen

Sullivan Owen’s arrangements are lush and full, bursting with decadence and a strong color palette. Whether she plays with pastels or throws a hot pink rose in the mix, this Philadelphia florist always keeps the eye moving on her detailed creations.

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7. Fleur

Fleur in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago, Ill., has not only sweet designs with a touch of whimsy, but also a cute antique and small gift shop. Their floral design focuses on hard to find blooms and bright, colorful bouquets to get you through another rough Chi-City winter.

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6. Tulipina Floral Design

The arrangements from Tulipina Floral Design definitely have a signature style. A bit restrained yet always colorful and warm, Kiana Underwood’s look hinges on the playful. Her feed recalls a Mad Hatter’s tea party kind of flare and keeps San Francisco just a little prettier.

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5. Mary Lennox

Named for the lead character in Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic novel The Secret Garden, the floral designs from Mary Lennox are vivid, simple yet elegant, and leave us craving more from this Berlin-based florist.

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4. Asrai Garden

Another flower boutique from Chicago, Asrai Garden’s floral style has a look all its own. Named for a type of aquatic fairy from English folklore, Asrai Garden’s arrangements have a touch of gothic mystery á la Ms. Havisham mixed with a bit of moonchild earthiness. Throw a few taxidermy skunks in the mix and their feed becomes a magical, ethereal world to get lost in.

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3. Putnam & Putnam

Putnam & Putnam prefers their flowers to be showstoppers. Dramatic and plush—whether tall and bodacious for an editorial spread or a single shot of a ranunculus—this New York City-based design team always creates inspiring and unique arrangements to drool over.

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2. Jardine Botanic

Jardine Hansen, owner of Jardine Botanic Floral Styling, has an eye for scale and texture. Her arrangements use locally sourced flowers near and around Sydney, Australia, and recall the soft romance found in a rose garden. Whether classically inspired or with a peony tossed in, Jardine Botanic’s feed will give a romantic boost to any day.

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1. Nicolette Camille Floral Design

Nicolette Camille Floral Design has flourished since its inception in 2006. Based in Brooklyn, N.Y., Nicolette Camille’s flowers have a soft, elegant grace yet remain substantial and interesting without growing too pretty. Her work evokes natural shapes and layers, romantic color palettes and will keep you waiting for more with bated breath.

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