23 Australian Florists We’re Obsessed With on Instagram
Whether you're planning your wedding, a birthday or just need something to brighten up yours or a friend's day, it's well worth following all of the inspiring florists on Instagram.
Do you lean towards a traditional posy of roses? Intrigued by the edgy art of ikebana? Interested in the art of dried florals? A fan of pastels? Regardless of what you're after, we've rounded up 23 of the best Australian florists on the social media platform where there's something for everyone. Give them a follow and brighten your feed - and your day.
20 Australian Florists to Follow on Instagram
We've been obsessed with the work of Boutierre Girls, a floral studio based in Sydney's Northern Suburbs, since it opened back in 2014. With over 101k followers, the brand's Instagram is brimming with moodboard-worthy snaps.
We were even lucky to tour inside the glamorous home of Boutierre Girls founder Emily Michele Smith's home as part of our The Makers series - trust us, it's actual paradise.
2. The Sisters
When sisters Esther and Naomi Watt decided to buy a flower shop when they were 18 and 21, they never thought their business would boom so quickly purely by word of mouth. They then opened The Sisters and ever since starting their Instagram have the siblings flourished.
Their bouquets highlight the beauty of nature, and they're able to turn even the most simple greenery into stunning arrangements. You can even tour inside Naomi's beautiful beachside home here.
Bold, structural and always wrapped perfectly in silver paper, Hermetica's bunches are to die for. They're experts at crafting an eye-catching centrepiece or even a lovely little treat for home.
As the name suggests, Grandiflora's arrangements provide us with huge amounts of flower inspo on the regular. Its Instagram account is filled with abundant Australian natives, wispy wildflowers and delicate magnolias that find their way into photoshoots and homes across Australia.
Nobody can put together a dainty bunch of blooms as well as the florists at Bess can. You'll find a constant and ever-changing selection of weird and wonderful flowers to brighten your day.
6. Poho Flowers
The gang at Poho Flowers have the most beautiful and clean feed of pastel and soft brights that would make the perfect gift for a special someone (including yourself). Wrapped up neatly in powder blue packages, these bunches are a mix of old favourites and trending florals.
7. Leaf Supply
Ok, not exactly a florist but we needed to include this indoor plant brand because your Instagram feed can never do without too many plant pics, right?
Plus, co-founder of Leaf Supply Sophia Kaplan, is actually a florist (you can even take a sneak peek inside her floral-filled home here). A quick scroll through Leaf Supply's Instagram account and you'll want to convert your home into a thriving jungle.
With a brand new Sydney outpost, the beautifully simple gallery created by MyFlowerMan combines interior and floral inspiration in a bright and clean way. You'll find an abundance of fresh whites and punchy greens that form their signature style.
Specialists in weddings, events and styling, Fleur's Instagram following of over 60k gives you an idea of how swoon-worthy their content is. Peachy pastels, plums and pinks dominate this dreamy feed.
10. Of The Flowers
If you're a fan of whimsical arrangements that seem to defy gravity, you'll surely get lost in the mass of stunning images that these guys post regularly. The sculptural forms and interesting pairings are truly something to behold.
11. Nikau Flora
Acting as the floral offshoot to their extremely covetable homewares store, Nikau Flora is a neutral lover's dream. Dried palms, pampas grass and rust-toned natives combine in these magical displays that will have you reposting instantly.
12. Wild Forager
This seaside plant haven on Sydney's northern beaches has an Instagram that matches the unique and ethereal atmosphere of their jungle-like showroom. You'll even be treated to plant tips and flower information that accompany their stunning imagery.
13. Rook & Rose
Another one of our favourite florist accounts pushing the boundaries when it comes to creating unique and modern arrangements is Rook & Rose. Follow along for styled vignettes and snapshots of their newest creations.
14. Hattie Molloy
Did you know that Gerberas are back? Melbourne-based florist Hattie is our gospel for what's hot when it comes to flowers. Her experimental bunches will blow your mind and make you want to visit the flower markets this weekend.
The Makers alumni and Bangalow-based florist Mikarla Bauer, runs Wilderness Flowers, a boutique studio catering to weddings in the Byron Bay region. Her work is meticulous and delicate, and crafted in a range of tonal palettes. Step inside Mikarla's relaxed home here.
The Plant Stylist's Instagram is where you should be looking for wreath inspo that isn't cliché. Jess has become highly sought after for her rustic creations that adorn front doors with fresh and dried beautiful tropicals and natives.
17. Soil and Stem
Soil and Stem's Instagram feed is like an autumnal dream, with delicate warm-toned leaves in loose arrangements that look like they've been handpicked from the wild. If you've had a bad day, we guarantee this inspiring account will lift your spirits.
18. Hilla Florist
There are no bounds for this North Bondi-based florist when it comes to creating the most show-stopping arrangements. Come here for stunning rose bouquets, seasonal picks, Australian natives and gorgeous wreaths in an abundance of different colours and textures.
19. Dandy Flora
Come here for impressively quirky arrangements made from seasonal and locally grown Australian flowers. The founder of Dandy Flora Beth Atwood, focuses on creating arrangements that are "emotive, inspiring, often fun and sometimes a little bit weird" - and her bright Instagram feed portrays just that.
20. Jardine Botanic
There’s something of an Old Master painting or a romantic portrait to the arrangements by Jardine Botanic, a florist based out of Sydney, Blue Mountains and Tasmania. As regal and majestic as a still life painting, their bunches always prize the highest quality blooms in washed-out shades.
With an emphasis on in-season blooms and big-insta-worthy installations, there's something special and unique about this florist's flower work, which is why we love it. Grouped together and shot through with natural colour, these pieces feel effortless and unforced. Give her a follow and feel your feed instantly lift.
This floral art studio is certainly pushing the floristry boundaries. Stylist Claire Mueller and graffiti artist RJ Williams artificially hand colour fresh orchids to create psychedelic designs that are unique, mesmerising, and can last up to three weeks. Make sure to keep an eye out for their limited-edition releases - they sell out fast!
23. September Studio
There's much to love about this Sydney-based florist's showstopping arrangements. The team source their flowers from local and ethical growers only and create modern yet timeless designs that are perfect for any occasion.
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