15 Vancouver florists you’ll want to follow on Instagram

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From a delicate corsage to a sprawling banquet hall, flowers can make a special occasion even more beautiful. Blooms can brighten a bad day, help someone feel loved, make your sweetie swoon, or take your wedding to the next level.

For those seeking a little floral inspiration for your Instagram feed, party planning, or the next big flower-giving holiday, we’ve rounded up 15 Vancouver florists who really make a visual impression.

Garden Party Flowers

“We aren’t all about flowers, we are about creating lasting relationships,” says this florist. They do weddings and events, workshops, and even offer a flower subscription service.

Bloom Assembly

Feast your eyes on the romantic aesthetic of Bloom Assembly. They specialize in weddings and events, and also hold small workshops on floral arranging.

Celsia Florist

This boutique floral studio does everything from styling with flowers to weddings, parties, and corporate events. They’ve been working their floral magic since 2008 in Vancouver. Bonus: They deliver all over the lower mainland and also do flowers for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, and other occasions.

De La Flore Designs

You’re in for high drama with the IG feed from De La Flore, whose evocative stylings create all sorts of dreamy moods. “Every De la Flore creations is expressed by the movement of how flowers grow in the wild, using textures, shapes and forms, arranging them in the direction they would appear naturally,” says the florist.

Green Leaf Floral Design

You’ll be blown away by the visual impact of what the florist-photographer sister team behind Green Leaf Floral and Wild Hearts Collective have to offer. From lush bridal bouquets to romantic blooms for photo shoots or events, this Langley-based studio delivers all the feels (and they deliver their flowers to Vancouver, for a fee).

The Wild Bunch

If you dig the vibes of slender stems in sparse arrangements stretching out in deliberate unruliness, all set against a starkly contrasting industrial backdrop, you will love the Wild Bunch. They do bouquets, weddings, workshops and much more from their Mount Pleasant studio.

Our Little Flower Company

Based in the Granville Island Public Market, OLFC does everything from seasonal bouquets to arrangements for weddings or other special events.

River and Sea Flowers

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Phew! We had a busy day today getting ready for market tomorrow. We bunched and picked a bazillion ranunculus, anemones and poppies for you and we prepped a whole bunch of dahlia tubers for you too. And (even more exciting to me) we are 99% caught up on our seeding schedule! In honour of the last @vanmarkets Riley Park Winter Market and to say thank you to everyone for coming out and supporting us at the market we have a special going. Our ranunculus bunches will be on at a sweet deal of 2 for $20. Come on down to Riley Park/Nat Bailey Stadium Farmer's Market tomorrow (Saturday) between 10 and 2 to get yourself some flowers. And Ladner folks, the farmstand @cropthornefarmstand will be open on Sunday for flowers! Details coming…

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This family-run cut flower farm based in Delta grows their bundles of blooms from the ground up – literally. Look for them at Vancouver Farmers’ Markets and at their farm stand on Westham Island.

Hilary Miles

Enjoy the breathtaking beauty of blooms from B.C. and around the world, as used by this Vancouver shop in their striking designs, done up in an array of compelling vessels.

Thomas Hobbs

A veteran florist whose been in biz in Vancouver for over 30 years, Thomas Hobbs is a full-colour splash for the eyes with traditional and more dramatic arrangements for all kinds of occasions.

Studio Full Bloom

“Our mission is to spread beauty in the world,” says East Van’s Studio Full Bloom. From charming flower crowns to weddings, this fairtrade florist on Commercial Drive is a go-to online and in person for their ethically-sourced blooms.

Nicola Adam Floral

Dreamy, romantic, and beautifully composed, Nicola Adam has had her own Vancouver floral shop since 2014. She offers everyday florals in shop or by order, hosts workshops on things like flower crowns and table arrangements, and does larger events like weddings, too.

Evvie & Olive

This floral shop is tucked behind Granville Street at 70th in Marpole, and you can stop in to find flowers for every occasion, or order flowers for weddings, corporate events, home displays, parties, and more.

Botaniste Florals

Bring on the drama! Art and florals collide in the contemporary, romantic creations from Botaniste in East Vancouver. Their IG feed is like a mini-museum gallery.

A Bunch of Flowers

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Springtime beauty.

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A Bunch of Flowers is all about “old romance floral styling.” From corsages to wreaths, to bouquets big or small, you’ll find beautiful colour combos in these creations.