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6+1 Bloggers Who Know How to Style Their Flowers

From their hot hues, to their varied connotations, to their delightful fragrances; whatโ€™s not to love about flowers?

Many of us will only buy them on special occasions, whether as a centrepiece for a dinner party, or for a loved one on their birthday. However, according to these top ten floral-fond bloggers, the act of buying flowers shouldn’t solely be reserved for special occasions.

Here, weโ€™ve detailed the ones to keep an eye on โ€“ providing you with inspiration, style tips and everything else you could need to create mesmerizing floral displays.


A blog founded by Danielle Moss and Alaina Kaczmarski, who believe in affordable, yet achievable floral arrangement.

When creating floral displays in the home, adding a splash of colour to an otherwise subtle room is as simple as placing a single, sweet dahlia stem in a milk bottle. This blog offers an insight into floral displays suitable for all occasions, be it a full-blown soiree or an ingenuous pick-me-up.

A go-to for advice on floral species, containers, prep, monobotanic styling (the art of block colours), and floral gifts.

Creating little scenes of spring is the only way we survive February, friends. What do you do to get yourself through the last stretch of winter? Any tips? Leave ’em ๐Ÿ‘‡ || photo by @_laurennelson_

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Getting a lovely start to our #Friday morning over here ๐Ÿ˜Š. Tell us, what was the highlight of your week?

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2. Amy Merrick

A floral designer and stylist based in Brooklyn, New York, she has worked with everyone from Ralph Lauren to the renowned publication Country Living. She uses her personal blog to chronicle design tips on flower arrangement, foliage, table scapes, fruits and branches.

The majority of materials she uses are gathered from the surrounding landscape โ€“ this is one of the reasons she encourages her followers to be botanically focused.

My last @francespalmer dahlias

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$14 at my farmers market stand?! Having a true flowers for the people weekend.

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3. The Design Hunters

Founded by Veronica Valencia, an interior designer, stylist and creative, this blog is intent on bringing beautiful environments to all. Offering insight on how to bring personal design and style to any space, itโ€™s here youโ€™ll find tips on everything from floral-embellished breakfast bowls to botanical wallpaper and of-the-moment floral-infused Instagram accounts she believes you should be following.

Sweet dreams โœจ Florals by @runningwildflorals #seaonslikethese #floralhunters

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My favorite kind of moody holiday blooms ๐Ÿ‚ Florals by @eothen_ | #FloralHunters

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Saturday morning at home ๐ŸŒฟ

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4. Jenn Sanchez

The owner of her own floral arrangement business, she began working in the flower industry on her 18th birthday. Although originally a painter, she realised at a young age that flowers were a medium more in tune to her skills than that of oil paint.

In her blog she offers inspiration on how to overhaul an entire room using just foliage and flowers alone.

Sry all I do is post photos of ranunculus.

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5. Jo Flowers

Having grown up with an abundance of great gardeners, Joโ€™s connection to the botanical world began at a very young age.

After training in the classic techniques of floristry, she first became known for her unique skills in 2011. She is now one of the most pioneering designers in her field.

Bouquet & buttonhole babes .. oh & hi ๐Ÿ‘‹๐Ÿผ photo | @taylorandporter

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More from this w @nadiameli ๐Ÿ’ซ

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6. Studio Mondine

This floral design duo are based in San Francisco. Their work is an idyllic combination of Japanese ikebana and English garden arrangement. Both the natural environment and the changing seasons influence their designs.

The Studio Mondine blog offers inspiration on everything from botanical wedding cakes and floral table inspiration to beautiful, yet inventive bouquets.

No slouching here.

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Taking our WFH days when we can in the Winter. Or more accurately, WFB (Working From Bed). Stay warm and dry, SF friends!

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LA, it’s been real real. See you again soon. ๐Ÿ‘ฏ

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7. Jennifer Pinder

This floral enthusiast specialises in teaching the art of floristry and how to create unique floral wedding arrangements. Her blog is inspired by the British countryside and boasts a romantic, natural yet wild style. From information on her floral studios to floral trends and urban weddings โ€“ her journal boasts a mixture of contemporary and traditional style.

So if youโ€™re looking for some inspiration for your floral display, look no further than these stylish blogs that offer insight and encouragement for creating arrangements and bouquets for any occasion.

Lily Calyx is our in-house flower whisperer, an expert on all things botanical and an enthusiastic orchids collector. She loves discussing the insights of the secret world of flowers, shares her gardening tips and hacks and moons over the latest additions to Serenata Flowers flower range. Ask Lily anything about flowers and we can guarantee she will have the answer.

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