The Chicest Florists to Follow on Instagram

Kristen Bateman
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It’s Valentine’s day which means you’ll probably be seeing more than a few bouquets of flowers in your Instagram feed. Gorgeous flowers are lovely, sure, but when it’s coming straight from the feed of a pro florist, it has a way of looking a hundred times better. So, here, see five florists to follow on instagram. Consider it your v-day present to yourself.


Putnam & Putnam

These Manhattan based florists have managed to give flowers a moody, edgy feel. Their work is sculptural in quality, and their instagrams literally look akin to Dutch Old Master oil paintings. They’ve also conceived editorials for everyone from Vogue to Cartier.

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Meta Flora

Located in New York City, Meta Flora’s creations are truly unique–and kind of perfect for that someone in your life that doesn’t love the traditional bouquet of roses, or girly peonies. In fact, they might just be the solution for gifting a guy flowers. Their instagram feed is full of gorgeous, unexpected styles.

Flower Girl NYC

Another New York City spot, this florist specializes in colorful arrangements with lots of greenery. They also take an interesting approach when it comes to their instagram feed. Take, for example, the gifs of red roses and bouquets in settings that give context like at a dinner party or wedding.


Largely considered one of the chicest and most fashion-forward florists in London, McQueens’ instagram feed is as visual as the experience of visiting one of their gorgeous locations. Follow for lots of droopy, gorgeously pale roses by which the English are best known for.

Jardine Botanic

Follow this Australian-based floral designer for massively colorful unique blooms. Our favorite posts of hers? The ones featuring charming bearded irises, usually arranged in a contemporary way.