When it comes to wedding planning, one of the most important things on the list is the floral arrangement.
Flower in its own right is a language; your choice of flower arrangement says something about your personality – in this case, your relationship. It’s also a crucial element that could even make or break your big day. But for couples who are not a jack of all trades, getting a professional to handle this part is one of the best things you can do for your wedding day.
Here are some of the floral and event designers on our #RadarList who we think should be on your radar when wedding planning has to be done.
Roni Floral Design
Roni brings French finesse through its floral arrangement designs, perfuming all events and venues they work for with La Vie En Rose sense.
The floral design empire of the French Riviera with a story dating back to the 19th Century, Roni, probably needs no introduction with its portfolio including high-profile events like Sofia Richie & Elliot Grainge wedding, Easter & Gender Reveal of the renowned German fashion designer, Philipp Plein and not to mention its previous work for Elton John, Leonardo Di Caprio and more.
If your dream wedding is to be in Italy, then Lilla Florals from Tuscany should be on your radar. The brand brings the Italian art of flora to life through its expertise in creating flower centerpieces for weddings. Whether your dream is to tie the knot in a luxurious hotel or out in the open field of the Italian countryside, Lilla Florals can make it bloom magic with their exceptional flower arrangement.
Ariella Chezar Design
As admirers of Ariella Chezar and her work, we just can’t say enough good things about this talented American floral designer, author and teacher. Her farm-to-event floral arrangement style is simply beautiful and inspiring. With her own sustainable flower farm in Columbia County, Ariella brings the best in terms of flower quality and unique aesthetic to her work.
Her book, Flowers for the Table, and workshops on seasonal flower arrangement are also crucial sources of floral design knowledge for beginners.
This flower design studio by Japanese-native, Paris-based floral designer, Akiko Kovacs, is all about a soulful celebration of colours and distinctive designs. Floraison and its unique aesthetic is a bridge between Japan where she grew up and the fondness she has for her new home, Paris.
Akiko’s style is where the two cultures meet and mingle in elegant harmony, which you can easily see by scrolling down her Instagram page.
Fox Fodder Farm
There’s nothing a bouquet of blooms can’t fix. And when it comes to weddings, one of the best ways to fuel the big day with extra joy and romance is through the floral arrangement.
The Brooklyn-based flower shop slash floral design studio, Fox Fodder Farm, is here to make your wedding extraordinary with their use of seasonal flowers to create one-of-a-kind contemporary floral designs.