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10 Wedding Florists with Classic Style

10 Wedding Florists with Classic Style

Take a break to stop and smell the roses! These crazy talented florists have mastered the art of timeless statement arrangements.



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Blush & Vine


Straight out of Texas, this sister duo specializes in everything from wild botanicals to structured arrangements. This classic white bouquet is one of our favorites. A pop of garnet red adds just the right amount of color to any bridal look.







Emily Herzig Floral Studio


For five years, Emily served up lattes and floral arrangements before trading it all for her own studio. Today she’s known for her innovative arrangements that honor traditional styles, like these wildly gorgeous pieces.







Brown Paper Design


What started as drawing patterns on brown paper bags as a child later evolved into Danielle Rowe’s very own floral enterprise. This pink peony bouquet is a signature detail from one of her stunning California weddings.







Greenlion Design


Look familiar? Along with the work of the above wedding florists, this ceremony arch makes an appearance in mywedding magazine. Known for their intricate installations, co-owners Christopher and Kim add a modern twist to classic floral arrangments.







Floret Flowers


Located in Washington, this family-run farm produces sweet floral arrangements that reflect each season. While their truckload of rainbow dahlias wowed the world via Instagram, we’re all in favor of this cake that’s basically too pretty to eat.







Juniper Designs


With a background in interior design and petals, Alison can transform an entire event through her art. While she’s known for her unique style, she creates timeless statements with classic elements like this ranunculus boutonniere.







Lace and Lilies


For every event, Lisa and Lacey have a strong belief that flowers should express your personality. Although small, these traditional rose boutonnieres pack a whole lot of class.







Max Gill Design


Seasonality is key when it comes to Max’s flower arrangements. Shown here, he used orange flowers and berries for an elegant fall tablescape that plays on the season’s texture and hues.







Poppy Design Co.


While Emma has a major love for bridal bouquets, she and her mother diligently work to create romantic arrangements of all sorts. This lush ceremony backdrop is a sneak peek of their talent from a sophisticated garden wedding.







Sidra Forman


A chef, gardner and florist, Sidra uses only local sources for her arrangements. Similar to selecting ingredients for her meals, she carefully selects each flower to create classic designs like this fragrant escort card display.




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