6 of the Best Floral Designers to Follow on Instagram
We’re crazy for flowers here at B.LOVED and we’re sharing a small selection of our favourite floral designers on instagram who we know you’ll love. They each have their own distinctive amazing style, but you’ll find that they all have creative flair and are oh so on trend.
Liz is based in beautiful Seville, her designs are breathtakingly romantic and we adore the way she uses colour. Siloh Floral creates amazing flowers for destination weddings so I love seeing lots of the fab places and settings. This spectacular floral arch and the table setting with a floral and pendant light installation over it are examples of this.
THE DAINTY LION
Kimberley lives for flowers and The Dainty Lion has a signature style of creative, contemporary designs with and romantic vibe and beautiful colours. I loved her fashion forward creations and these beautiful low spread whimsical centrepieces in amazing colour palettes too.
NECTAR & BLOOM
Jen of Nectar & Bloom is a poet professor turned floral artist and describes her style as spirited fine art floral design. You’ll find creative fringe and floral installations, flowers framed like magical pieces of art and a great mix of utterly romantic with modern flourishes. I love seeing glimpses of Jen at work and behind the scenes too.
Cassie is the floral designer behind Foraged Blooms and she says her designs are led by colour and the seasons. We loved this meadow design of floor pieces for both the aisle and surrounding a tablescape for a statement. Perfect for a barn wedding venue and wanting to bring the outdoors inside!
Fine art wedding fans will love Vessel Florals artistic designs! There’s something rather magical about her designs and they ooze romance. These floor pieces adorning the ceremony aisle are divine and on her instagram feed you’ll find beautiful cloud floral installations too!
NIKAU FLOWER BAR
We love the botanical and floral styling of Nikau Flower Bar with it’s modern boho luxe vibe. They share wonderfully creative installations and centrepieces for weddings and events like this palm leaf arch and their use of fashionable dried flowers – oh and this showstopping piano covered in flowers!
- Feature Images: Rebecca Yale