5 Florists You Should Be Following on Instagram
Inspired by a recent welcome influx of fall florals on Instagram, we decided it was unfair for our readers to miss out on all the beauty our Scouted florists are bringing. Here, we present five florists who will add some serious flower power to your feed.
Greenville, South Carolina-based floral design company Statice Floral creates stunning chandeliers, tablescapes, and arrangements—all artfully on display in their feed. If exquisite detail shots and out-of-this-world wedding creations are your thing, you’ll want to check them out. Follow Statice Floral @staticefloral.
Tipton & Hurst
Loose, lush bouquets, inspired centerpieces, an adorable terrarium—Little Rock, Arkansas’s Tipton & Hurst has something for every flower enthusiast. In business since 1886, this company has mastered the digital age to gorgeous results. Follow Tipton & Hurst @tiptonhurst.
Fox and the Fleur
You’ll be instantly smitten with the color-filled arrangements and sophisticated bouquets in the feed of Dallas’s Fox and the Fleur. In addition to being lovely, there’s an exuberance in the way their work is presented that’s irresistible. Follow Fox and the Fleur @foxandthefleur.
TSG HQ’s picturesque hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia, is a popular wedding destination, and as their feed shows, Tourterelle Floral Design expertly enhances those joyous occasions with their utterly gorgeous creations. You’ll want to say “I do” to this visual Insta-feast. Follow Tourterelle Floral Design @tourterelle_floral.
The Perfect Petal
Denver’s The Perfect Petal will make you fall in love with the beauty of blooms all over again with their close-ups of bouquets and creative arrangements that highlight the texture, color, and movement of their exquisitely crafted designs. Follow The Perfect Petal @theperfectpetal.
Inspired? We thought so. Find—and follow—a local florist near you by browsing our Scouted floral designers in the TSG Directory here.