Nothing is more of an instant mood elevator than a bunch of flowers.
But it’s not always possible to fill your home with beautiful blooms, whether because of financial constraints or simply because flowers are out of season. This is where Instagram comes into the picture. The social media platform is the perfect place to follow florists who share images of their bunches and arrangements every single day.
The result is a feed brimming with floral inspiration and soothing imagery of the most stunning bunches of flowers you will ever see. You don’t even need to be in the market for a wedding florist or an arrangement for your home. Following these artists will give you tips on how to arrange your own blooms, inspiration on how to mix and group colours together, and they’ll flood your social media accounts with stunning imagery you won’t be able to stop looking at. It’s almost as good as the real thing, trust us.
Here are some of our favourites:
This Sydney-based florist is a favourite of the fashion set and it’s not hard to see why. Her arrangements are so delicate and full of surprising detail, exactly the kind of thing that would draw the eye in the middle of the room.
There’s something of an Old Master painting or a romantic portrait to the arrangements by Jardine Botanic, a florist based out of Sydney, Melbourne and Tasmania. As regal and majestic as a still life painting, their bunches always prize the highest quality blooms in washed-out shades.
Monogram has never looked as good as it does in the hands of Sydney-based florist My Flower Man. He just has a way with bunching together different groupings of the same-coloured blooms (usually white roses, hydrangeas and orchids) in a way that feels full of depth and intrigue, and this is a perfect example.
This florist has a way with colour that is hard to get out of your head. Rich purples, bright reds and dark pinks blend into each other in their arrangements to create a subtle ombre effect. Just look at the gorgeous shades on display in one of their most recent bunches.
Hello, technicolour dream flowers! Brrch Floral, a florist based out of New York, works only with blooms in the most dazzling array of brights. More art installation than flower arrangement, it’s no wonder she’s worked with Glossier and The New York Times.
Elegant and minimal, Hattie Molloy is a floral artist who specialises in arrangements that are poetic and often sparse. There’s a sense of peacefulness and calm to her work, and adding her images to your feed will pass on a little bit of that energy to you.
Only the prettiest, and often the pinkest blooms need apply here. The Boutierre Girls love to work with roses and other stunning feminine flowers in all the shades of millennial pink. No wonder they’re such a favourite for wedding arrangements.
If you have something sculptural in mind, or are looking for a more architectural floral installation, then The Make Haus is for you. They’ve become something of a go-to for wedding work, including floral eye-catching floral arches and big, bold arrangements like this one.
With an emphasis on in-season blooms and big-insta-worthy installations, there’s something special and unique about this florist’s flower work, which is why we love it. Grouped together and shot through with natural colour, these pieces feel effortless and unforced. Give her a follow and feel your feed instantly lift.