10 Floral Studios To Follow On Instagram

If quarantine has been getting you down, then these floral feeds are sure to please! With the shut down, not being able to get some flowers planted has been a bummer for many, so I have comprised a list of Instagram feeds filled with florals! I will have to admit that I am not usually a big fan of cut flowers, but these images are making me change my mind real quick. In no particular order, here is an awesome list of floral designers to look out for. Get ready for some floral envy!

@meidayhawaii

This feed has so much tropical goodness it’s unreal! This gorgeous floral studio is based in Honolulu, HI where their flowers are sourced locally whenever possible. From small arrangements to large installations, this floral studio does it all.

@renkofloral

Stunning displays galore! Renko Floral is a floral design studio based out of LA and Honolulu. They also travel around the globe, turning seasonal and interesting materials into an emotional experience. Specializing in events and installations, this feed never disappoints.

@theboywhocriedflowers

These designs are so textured and bright, what’s not to love! BWCFA is an LA/ Long Beach florist specializing in eco conscious floristry. They offer deliveries, plant maintenance, and cool installations!

@textureflorals

Look at all that color! Located in Philadelphia, Texture Florals offers unique shaping designs dripping in color! With a desire to create the unexpected, each design is one-of-a-kind. They constantly evolve never repeating the same look twice.

@hart_floral

Serene and elegant, this feed is gorgeous! Based in Portland, Hart was founded by Madison Hartley. Trained as a painter, Madison mixes her knowledge of texture and color to create floral designs for weddings and events. If her work looks familiar, she’s been in publications such as Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine and Brides Magazine.

@nicamille

Look closely cause these are not paintings! Nicolette Camille Floral Design is a Brooklyn based design studio. In 2006, Nicolette followed her passion and opened her own floral design company. She emphasizes grace and movement, blending colors to evoke a wild spontaneity. You can find her work in publications such as Martha Stewart Living and Elle Decor.

@colortheorydesignco

There is just something so soothing about this feed! Color Theory Design Co. is a Portland based floral studio, that is committed to elevating event experience through their captivating floral designs and installations.

@tincanstudios

Obsessed with this feed! Tin Can Studios is a floral design company based in Brooklyn, NY. Owned by Ingrid Carozzi, she has been named “Best Florist” in New York Magazine 2015. She is one of the leading designers in sustainable floral design and has worked with clients from Anna Winter to Shawn Mendes.

@swallowsanddamsons

This UK based floral design company is very easy on the eyes! Since being founded in 2008, this little flower shop has been creating content for Gucci, Food 52, and Elle Decoration to name a few. If you love their designs they have also published a book titled “The Flower Fix”.

@ruby_marylennox

This floral design studio is nothing short of amazing! Based in Berlin and founded by Ruby Barber, this studio celebrates the mystery, beauty, and rejuvenation of nature. You can find their work in publications such as Vogue, Elle, and Sleek Magazine. Very inspiring indeed!

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