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12 unique florists to follow on Instagram

August 1, 2019
Sadie of London Flower School

Happy August, Cakies! So, we all turn to insta for inspiration these days, right? Duhh. You never really realize how mega this space is until you come across some brand new accounts to obsess over, of which there are plenty! Since florists basically dominate the 100LC feed, we thought we’d share some of the most unique designers we’ve come across. With large scale installations, dried blooms, and colorful backdrops so very in, you’ll want to add these to your follow list!

Sadie of London Flower School Sadie of London Flower School

First up is unique florist Sadie of London Flower School (all three photos above), whose creations never cease to wow us.


And you may have heard of (especially NYC + LA locals) Kelsea Olivia of East Olivia, who specializes in large scale floral installations like this beauty above.

10 unique florists to follow on instagram / photo by sylvie rosokoff

She and her team also produced this eye-catching install for New York flower week. Gasp!

boston pollen floral design boston pollen floral design Krissy Price of Boston Pollen created this dried beauty for The Wandering Art House and The Brexley.

Mary Lennox floral design Mary Lennox floral design Mary Lennox is a floral designer based in Berlin who has been featured in Vogue, New York Times, Zara, and Our Food Stories. You may have come across one of her many editorials without even knowing!

Putnam & Putnam Putnam & Putnam

Set and event designers Mikey & Darroch of Putnam & Putnam created this installation of towering floral columns for Jason Wu.

Texture Florals

Nicole Rossi of Texture Florals is an architect turned floral designer in Philadelphia.

Emily Avenson floral design Emily Avenson floral design

Emily Avenson of Fleuropean is farmer & florist out of Belgium, who has created some srsly stunning floral artwork. Her insta is full of bouquet and arrangement inspo, and she teaches workshops too.


This bold arrangement was created by Kate Hinish of Flowerwitch. If you love pops of color and major doses of pink, she’s your gal!

Oh Flora Studio

Sydney based Tanya Shaw of Oh Flora Studio creates some of the most unique installations and ceremony arches for weddings + beyond.

Unique floral installations Amazing floral arch Yuki Yoshikawa brings loose, wild florals to everything she does, from decor to floral jewelry and accessories.

Katie Marx floral installations Katie Marx floral installations

We love the romantic, undone vibe of Katie Marx Flowers many creations.

Emma Weaver of PALAIS Emma Weaver of PALAIS

Lastly, Emma Weaver of PALAIS is behind the most surprising, combinations of textures and colors. We could scroll through her insta all day!