Pinterest is, and always will be, our number one source for wedding inspiration. A close second? Instagram, of course, for its endless array of swoon-worthy photos to help every bride-to-be conjure up her dream-day desires.
This week, our #FridayFive Instagram series puts the spotlight on the ever-so crucial element of every wedding décor: flowers! From gorgeous bouquets to over-the-top floral arches, here are our top five picks of floral artists to follow, like, and lust over.
Psst…while you’re at it, don’t forget to follow Honeybrides on Instagram too!
The Floral Atelier @thefloralatelier.co
Love your flowers with a touch of luxe? The Floral Atelier is a group of home grown floral artisans with a keen eye and green thumb for the prettiest blooms. As seen on The Floral Atelier’s Instagram feed, elegant floral bouquets and posies are what they do best: expect only freshly handpicked flowers carefully arranged its signature bloom boxes.
Soil & Stem @soilandstem
Hailing from Utah, U.S, floral artist Nicole Land of Soil & Stem is known for her natural, carefree aesthetic that takes inspiration from her native surroundings. The result? Pure petal perfection: think delicate floral arrangements and stunning floral arches that have graced the pages of magazines and the arms of beautiful brides.
Heaven in a Wild Flower @heavenwildfleur
Inspired by the works of William Blake, Heaven in a Wild Flower is a one-stop shop for event styling, vintage décor rentals, and workshops. But what’ll draw you into its Instagram feed are Heaven in a Wild Flower’s gorgeous floral arrangements – true to its name, they are gorgeously wild and lush with a rustic feel.
Helmed by New Zealand-based florist Lucy Houghton, Lu Diamond Flowers lets you take a peek into the beautiful world of blooms via its Instagram feed. We’re especially charmed by Lucy’s wild and untamed design aesthetic – resulting in heavenly floral arrangements that are simply one-of-a-kind.
Charlotte Puxley @charlottepuxleyflowers
She honed her floral chops in London and was even part of the team behind Kate Moss's wedding bouquet – but what we love most about locally-based florist (and Tiong Bahru resident) Charlotte Puxley are her rustic, bohemian-style bouquets that are reminiscent of English country sides.