We have an insatiable love for all things floral. So combine that to the fact that we have a serious case of Instagram addiction and you’ll quickly understand why following these accounts brings out in me feelings of pure and blissful joy. Here is our top 10 Instagram to follow if you are a flower lover.
Ashley Woodson Bailey is an artist recognized for her bouquets against dark background or her night bouquets. She’s recently branched out of the limited edition print sphere to now include wallpaper, bedding and even fashion. Love with a capital L.
Self proclaimed urban gardener & back alley forager, Carmel Sabourin of the Montréal based Atelier Carmel is not only an unbelievable florist but also a close friend. Her attention to details is verging on OCD which is all the better for the amazing bouquets and flat lays she curates and creates.
Farm Girl Flowers‘s motto is simple: US grown fresh flowers, burlap wrap, designer quality blooms and one arrangement a day in order to reduce waste caused by florists offering hundreds of lacklustre bouquets that don’t end up selling before the flowers fade. We love that!
Erin Benzakein of Floret Flower is a Washington state flower farmer & self described “flower-obsessed nut”. Her bouquets are whimsical and light as cotton candy and absolutely delightful to the eye.
Frances Palmer is a ceramist who uses the gorgeous blooms growing outside her studio to create the most beautiful bouquets featuring her work.
Lani Trock is a photographer with a taste for romance and freshly cut blooms. We are absolutely mesmerized by her nudes which are so romantic without being erotic.
Montréal based Laurie-Anne Atelier-Fleur creates lovely bouquets, body products, and Instagram snaps, using locally grown and eco-friendly blooms.
Ja Soon Kim’s kaleidoscope approach to flat lays if a sensory feast, follow Omjsk
Vancouver based Sophia Hsin is a floral artist, using fresh cut blooms, fruits & veggies, & leaves to create compositions that are worse of art in themselves. All of her Instagram photos are frame worthy in my book.1