5 Celebrity Florists You Should Follow On Instagram

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You probably take a lot of cooking advice from celebrity chefs, but do you give your floral arrangements much thought? Celebrity florists are taking floral design to new heights on Instagram, and if you want to stay on top of the most luxurious, elegant floral trends, you need to give these accounts a follow. If you’re planning a special event coming up, you absolutely won’t want to miss the designs they share. (Spoiler alert: One of these florists is the chosen floral designer for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding decor).

Amy Merrick

The tulip show really starts around day six.

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This New York-based florist now travels the world, and has captivated her Instagram audience with her designs as well as her travel photography. Follow her page for gorgeous floral designs, still life photography, travel content and faraway landscapes.


Jeff Haynes-Leatham

The artistic director of Four Seasons Hotels is followed by more than 831,000 people, including Khloe and Kim Kardashian. But his popularity isn’t the best reason to follow his account; more impressive are the stunning and artistic floral designs he showcases on the regular (celebrity weddings, lush hotel lobbies… It’s all there!).


Philippa Craddock

Yes, this is the florist who has been hired to handle the floral decor for the upcoming Royal Wedding! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle chose the London-based floral designer to decorate the most talked-about wedding of the year. Not only are you sure to see the royals’ chosen designs on Craddock’s feed, you’ll also be treated to breathtaking designs straight from some of the biggest events in the world.  


Ariella Chezar

Ariella Chezar is known for — in her own words — a “lush, whimsical and garden-inspired style.” Her Instagram feed showcases these aesthetics and more. The New York-based florist’s choice of color and form makes her work playful and unique… And her Instagram page showcases it to dramatic effect.


Tin Can Studios

Deck the halls, but hold the holly… #entrywayflowers #happyholidays

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If your taste is more eclectic and artistic, you need to follow Brooklyn-based Tin Can Studios. With floral arrangements that wouldn’t be ill at ease in an impressionist art piece, Tin Can Studios is pulls off a soft yet dramatic aesthetic in all of their work.

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