Trying to find that dream floral arrangement? Start with the perfect florist. Whether your floral and wedding style are more about modern themes or lean toward bohemian beauty, these talented East Coast florists will know just how to bring your floral ideas to life.
Darlington — Brooklyn, NY
As a photographer, hairstylist, and occasional drummer, Jackie Tran wears many hats. Despite her many roles, she considers herself a floral designer first and takes a unique approach to blooms. Her designs consist of carefully curated palettes with forage and vintage compositions.
Amy Lauren Floral Design — Washington, D.C.
Maryland-based florist Amy of Amy Lauren Floral Design may be new to the wedding arrangement scene, but her work is pure magic. This boutique floral designer specializes in arrangements for weddings and intimate gatherings, and is always in tune with thoughtful, unique new ways to bring couples' floral visions to life.
Hana Floral Design — Mystic, CT
Inspired by her years as a classically trained opera singer, Yumiko Fletcher creates balance and harmony in every arrangement. With a combined 25 years of floral experience among the members of her team, Hana Floral Design’s refined style reflects every client’s vision down to the smallest detail.
Photosynthesis Floral Design — Richmond, VA
This boutique floral design studio is known for its refined-meets-organic style. The team here loves working with clients to create florals that tell their story while embodying the personalized beauty of their celebration, and firmly believe their bright, positive, creative environment brings a little something extra to every arrangement they create.
Sweet Annie Floral Design — Newburyport, MA
After having her first child, Katie wanted to grow her creative career while still spending time with her family. At Sweet Annie Floral Design, she designs colorful arrangements to fit any wedding theme and collaborates alongside local wedding photographer, Sarah Jayne, to inspire other creatives in their community.
Michelle Edgemont Design — Brooklyn, NY
After earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Textile and Surface Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology, Michelle spent six years in the fashion industry and eventually found her way into floral design. Her brand inspires and applauds each couple’s style through bold, modern décor and flower arrangements.
La Fleur du Jour — Washington, D.C.
Born out of a love to create beautiful things and a passion for helping people, La Fleur du Jour is a Washington, D.C., and Santa Barbara, California, based floral design company that takes pride in offering each and every client the highest quality product available. Their custom design packages are the perfect way to bring a specific floral vision to life.
Emily Herzig Floral Studio — Littleton, NH
From Boston to Bar Harbor, Herzig’s designs leave lasting impressions at weddings throughout New England. A purchase of a vintage floral cooler in 2002 led her to embark on a unique floral business venture, serving organic coffee alongside arrangements. Her signature style incorporates unexpected elements from blackberries to asparagus into floral displays.
Flower Scout — Troy, NY
A lover of all things wild, Flower Scout’s founder and farmer Colie Collen designs by drawing inspiration from each client’s vision and elements from the seasons. Located in a historic Upstate New York town, this full-service studio collects most of its flowers from local farms, woodlands and its very own garden.
Anchor & Grace — Providence, RI
Originally based in San Diego, Anchor & Grace now serve as the New England re-brand of Leigh Anne Landman’s studio, The Floral Lab. With connections in the wedding industry on both coasts, Leigh crafts her modern creations using fresh ideas and high quality flowers.
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