5 Florists to Follow on Instagram

September 25, 2014 | By | Comments (1)

From flower shops to farm fields, check out our top picks of swoon-worthy Instagram flower feeds.


Photo by: @floretflower


Floret Flower Farm (@floretflower)
Erin Benzakein, flower farmer & head designer

We know it’s a lot of hard work to grow flowers for a living—but, seriously, Erin Benzakein and the Floret Flower team make it look so utterly romantic, they’ll have you ready to switch careers. Erin plants her entire dahlia field in rainbow order so that each harvest truckload is a different, photo-worthy palette.


photos by @floretflower


Studio Choo (@studiochoo or @smallstump)
Alethea Harampolis & Jill Rizzo, head florists & founders of Studio Choo, co-authors of The Flower Recipe Book (2013)

Masters of creating wild, asymmetrical designs with unusual ingredients, Alethea Harampolis and Jill Rizzo will fill your feed with to-die-for arrangements. Cherry tomatoes spilling out of an urn, anyone?


photos by @studiochoo and @smallstump


Farmgirl Flowers (@farmgirlflowers)
Christina Stemble, head florist & founder of Farmgirl Flowers

Delivering American-grown flowers by bicycle to doorsteps throughout San Francisco, Christina Stemble and her team at Farmgirl Flowers bring weekly inspiration from the flower field to the vase.


photos by @farmgirlflowers


Theewallflower (@theewallflower)
Eleanor Gerber-Siff, head florist for Bi-Rite Market

Bringing local grocery store flowers to a whole new level, Elenor Gerber-Siff hand-selects each bloom on display at Bi-Rite Market in San Francisco. Check out her Instagram where she highlights the single, most beautiful blossom of the week and you just may find your new favorite.


photos by @thewallflower


Twigss Floral Studio (@twigssfloral)
Addison & Melissa Searles, head florists & founders of Twigss Floral Studio

Often combining unusual ingredients—carnivorous pitcher plants in boutonnières!—with classically romantic elements, the work of this mother-daughter design duo offers fresh inspiration for wedding arrangements.


photos by @twigssfloral



  1. pfsfloralcooperative

    I wonder how one could funnel Instagram followers into buying on your flower shop. Would love your inputs on this.

    We hugely focus on organic ranking for our florists with 90% of traffic coming from Google.

    July 28, 2017 at 1:26 am

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