Our Favorite California Florists
These California florists (from the pages of mywedding magazine) will go above and beyond to ensure your floral aspirations reflect your own love story.
Brown Paper Design – Berkeley
Sometimes inspiration derives from the most familiar places. Danielle Rowe, the founder of Brown Paper Design, attributes her company’s name to her childhood when her mother taught her to draw on brown paper bags. Now in its tenth year of business, Brown Paper Design crafts everything from innovative tablescapes to dramatic hanging installations.
Emblem Flowers – Pasadena
If you dream of wearing a black wedding dress or a purple veil (or both), trust the floral expertise of Emblem Flower’s owner Charmain Chen. With a background in international client management and a passion for all things colorful, her creations masterfully balance luxe and whimsy.
Furrow Floral Co. – Oceanside
Gabi Rae created Furrow Floral Co after creating a series of Thanksgiving centerpieces. She discovered a new passion that eventually sparked her budding business and a modern garden full of local blooms.
The Hidden Garden – Los Angeles
What started as a neighborhood flower shop 18 years ago blossomed into one of LA’s most celebrated and philanthropic floral studios. Led by founder Amy Child Marella, The Hidden Garden’s team collaborates to fashion exquisite designs fit for grand hotel lobbies and intimate cathedrals alike.
Honey & Poppies – Long Beach
The styling of Megan Gray and her team fits naturally with edgy boho celebrations and English gardens gone wild. In other words, expect the unexpected. Inspired by her family history of floral artistry, Gray focuses on enhancing the natural beauty of locally grown flowers.
Lavenders Flowers – Santa Ana
Pulling from your story and the details within it, owner and lead designer of Lavenders Flowers, Janelle Nicole Wylie seeks to discover the exact flowers necessary for each couple’s visual wedding day narrative. Using native and locally-sourced materials, she and her team tailor each arrangement to your day and personality.
Moon Canyon Design – Los Angeles
Captivated by music, poetry, yoga and the contrasting ambiances of Big Sur and New England, the designs of lifelong friends Kristen Caissie and Amy Lipnis are best described as wild and romantic. With 12 years of experience in the floral industry, Caissie’s handcrafted work covers prop styling as well.
Natalie Bowen Designs – San Francisco
As a third generation florist, Natalie Bowen and her co-workers have nearly 100 combined years of floral practice. Inspired by color, movement and architecture (you can thank her background in industrial design), no challenge is too vast for her skill.
Precious & Blooming – Santa Barbara
A single arrangement or extravagant floral arch can deliver a whole lot of personality to any celebration. Leave it to Kellye Kodak Clifford to prove just that. This talented florist has an incredible portfolio and you may have already spotted her colorful, one of a kind designs in dramatic editorials and weddings all across the country.
Twigss – San Francisco
This mother-daughter duo draws inspiration from the unique blooms and color palettes of every season. With event styling as second nature, they also offer vintage props and rentals to enhance every detail.