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20 Florists to Follow on Instagram: 2017

by Grace Bonney

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When I’m feeling down, or in need of a pick-me-up, I like to scroll through the #DSFloral feed on Instagram and look for beautiful flowers and exciting new florists to follow. From coast to coast and across the world, florists are building their brands and their clientele through social media and it’s been such an incredible way to find new sources of inspiration and new talent to follow. So today I’m updating my 2016 list of florists to follow on Instagram with 20 new florist feed updates for 2017. From independent floral growers in the UK to florists in Japan and Poland, this group is (and many more, too!) the source of so much beauty and inspiration. If you have a feed you’d like to nominate that wasn’t in this post or the last, let us know in the comment section below. xo, grace

Images above and below: Flowers by @polina_che

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Image above: Florals by @saltandflora

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Image above: Flowers by @avaflora

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Image above: Flowers by @mimosaboston

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Image above: Florals by @runningwildflorals

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Image above: Florals by @sacredthistle

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Image above: Flowers by @botanicalcalifornia

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Image above: Flowers by @eastolivia

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Image above: Flowers by @fairynuffflowers

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Image above: Flowers by @flwrshop

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Image above: Flowers by @forageandfleur

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Image above: Flowers by @gracealexanderflowers

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Image above: Flowers by @latelierrouge

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Image above: Flowers by @laurajean_floral

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Image above: Florals by @amynicolefloral

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Image above: Flowers by @selvafloral

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Image above: Flowers by @toile_blanche

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Image above: Flowers by @wildfolkstudio

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Image above: Flowers by @wildnorthflowers

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Image above: Florals by @ashleyording

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Comments

  • Beautiful! Love the organic style that arrangements have had lately- @threenotchflorals is another new florist that I have been loving.

  • Hi Grace! Thanks for this wonderful list and all of the new accounts to follow! If you happen to decide to update your list of paper florists I’d love to be considered. It was that post last year that made me decide to put my several-year-old hobby out into the world. Now it’s growing into a bustling little side-business that I’m having a hard time keeping up with—so really, I have you to thank for a lot of that! Thank you for continuing to be such a valuable resource and source of inspiration!

    }Carrie (@paperose.co)

  • Fresh Floral Creations (Bruno Duarte) is a must follow from Toronto, Ontario if you are looking for creativity.

  • A must-follow for all things floral is Winston Flowers, based in Boston, also with a beautiful Greenwich, CT shop – nearly daily inspirational posts and the gold floral standard. Will not disappoint!! Will check these out as well – thank you for updating!!

  • all gorgeous! I will add some to my feed.
    my list includes @rosestoryfarm. @ lamuseladelaflores, @camilliafloraldesign, @lamusadelasflores, @sarah_winward

  • Ohh what beautiful accounts! I will certainly start following. I’ve just started my own floristry business and find instagram to be super inspiring. My other favourites from the UK include @joflowers@the_blue_carrot @jenn_pinder_flowers @simplybyarrangement