It’s no secret that we here at D*S are totally obsessed with flowers. We’re constantly posting and reposting our favorite blooms @
designsponge where an endless stream of vibrant arrangements saturates our social screens. We’ve long been fans of these 14 Florists to Follow on Instagram, and have yet another crop of talented florists to share today. From here in New York to across the world in Sydney, we’re in love with the work of these 15 designers and their distinct points of view. Add your own creations to #dsfloral. —@ anniewerbler
New York City-based floral designer Doan Ly @
, the founder and creative director of
, pulls together deeply beautiful still-life compositions in addition to her styled portrait and travel snapshots.
Emily Avenson @
, a California girl replanted in Belgium, creates fully garden-grown displays finished off in her own plant-dyed
Erin Benzakein @
is an early "farmer florist" who grows her goods on the
family farm in Washington State.
builds natural English garden arrangements from her own wild Norfolk studio.
In the Mexican countryside of Valle de Bravo, Gabriela at
La Musa de las Flores
combines seasonal flowers and contrasting color palettes for stunning wedding arrangements.
Darroch and Michael of
Putnam & Putnam
, located on Fifth Avenue in NYC, offer classes as well as floral design for some of the chicest events in town.
Nicole Land @
, self-styled "flowersmith," designs for "weddings, workshops, and artful collaboration" in Utah and wherever her business
Soil & Stem
Her styling work with plants and flowers for events, weddings, editorial, and commercial brings
between Sydney and Paris often, documenting her travels as she goes.
D*S favorite Anna Potter @
has her own "little flower shop" in Sheffield, England called
Swallows & Damsons
where she creates arrangements that look remarkably like Dutch master paintings.
Megan Dunlap @
takes "photographic observations from the beautiful bits of life" and Marietta, GA floral artistry of