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Captivating Florists to Follow on Instagram

October 25th, 2017 Posted by Idalina Bertone Blog, Floral Design, Florists for Change, Florists' Thoughts, Flower Trends, photos, Uncategorized 6 thoughts on “Captivating Florists to Follow on Instagram”

With beautiful imagination and bountiful skills, these designers create hypnotizing works of art.

Today we’d like to pay homage to all the amazing floral artists on Instagram for bringing recognition to the floristry industry. It was difficult selecting just a few florists of Instagram to plug, but we encourage you to start following these influential floral designers.

Meta Flora (@metafloranyc)

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Marisa Competello’s floral designs are more like floral sculptures. Her creations ooze with inspiration and innovation. We love showcasing her designs, and highly recommend you find her on Instagram.

Moonflower Design (@moonflower_design)

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Mandy O’Shea and her husband have made headlines with 3 Porch Farm, their floral design studio in Athens, Georgia, using only the flowers and botanicals they grow. Their designs play with symmetry and texture, creating a forward focus. With over 26.7k followers on Instagram its no wonder @moonflower_design is creating a buzz.

Lewis Miller Designs (@lewismillerdesign)

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We raved about floral designer Lewis Miller in our write-up The Art of Flowers. We appreciate florists who continually step outside the box and show the world how to appreciate flowers. Lewis Miller wins for his exceptional floral works of art and allowing us all to see floral arrangements in a whole new way.

Lucy the Flower Hunter (@lucytheflowerhunter)

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Viewing Lucy the Flower Hunter’s designs is like stepping back in time and traveling into the future. Her modern-vintage floral designs are so magnificent and enchanting.

Kiana Underwood (@tulipinadesign)

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Kiana Underwood is encouraging many newcomers to join the floral design world on Instagram with her bespoke event floral designs. With over 274K followers she is not one to miss, her beautifully feminine floral masterpieces are sure to inspire.



Florists, do you have a florist or flower shop that are a must-follow on Instagram? Please share your feedback in the comment section below.


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Flowers & Celebrities

July 26th, 2016 Posted by Idalina Bertone Blog, Flower Trends, photos 5 thoughts on “Flowers & Celebrities”


flowers are the #1 choice among celebrities across the world.

Celebrities send flowers as gifts almost 100% of the time due to the fact that flowers are equally attractive to anyone no matter what age, status, and origin. Celebrities love sending flowers and they love decorating their homes and dressing rooms with them as well. While we all have our favorite flower, take a look at flowers celebrities favour and flowers named in their honor.



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Kim Kardashian

Kim is obsessed with jasmine’s flowers, no surprise that this simple pure flower inspired her perfume line which is a huge seller.



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Katy Perry

Known for having fresh flowers on a daily basis, Katy Perry has a love for purple and white hydrangeas.



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Angelina Jolie

Angelina’s beauty is like her favorite flower being the orchid,Stunning. Orchids are one of the world’s top pick, they range in various colors and shapes which adds luster to any arrangement.



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Audrey Hepburn

Known as one of the world’s most recognized celebrity, Audrey Hepburn prefers Lilies of the valley. A small delicate flower which adds sweetness to any bouquet.



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Marilyn Monroe, Madonna, Britney Spears, and Scarlett Johansson

All these famous women prefer the elegant and beautiful white rose.  The white rose is a symbol of courage, elegance, and mystery.



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Napoleon Bonaparte

Napoleon, a historic celebrity, favored the violet after having a very important revelation come to him upon receiving these beautiful flowers. He consider them as the “emblem of his wishes.”


Flowers Named After Celebrities

Did you know that these celebrities have flowers named after them?



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Michelle Obama – Michelle Obama Purple Orchid



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Paul McCartney – Hybrid Tea Paul McCartney Rose


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Diana - Clematies

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Princess Diana –  Princess Diana Rose & Clematies Princess Diana



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Cher – Iris Cher



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Claude Monet – Hybrid Tea Shrub Rose


The gesture of giving flowers still remains the symbol of love, respect, and admiration to the one who receives them. If you were a celebrity, what flower would you want named after you? Please share your comments below for our readers.


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