35 Wonderful Local Florists and Floral Designers For Your Wedding
Whether it's an astounding green archway, a floral wall, or the perfect bouquet, these florists and designers do *amazing* things.
You’ve got the dress, you’ve got the venue, but you know what you’ve really got your eye on: the flowers. Floral design has come a long way in recent years, and now our talented area florists and floral designers can create all sorts of amazing installations (or simply the perfect bouquet) for your Big Day.
Whether you’re planning a black tie Center City soiree or a bohemian outdoor ceremony, we’ve got you covered, with talented florists dedicated to creating the floral design of your dreams, and the perfect backdrop for your special day. Read on to get to know some of the amazing floral designers in your area or visit our wedding directory to find even more options for florals, rentals, and decor.
3507 Midvale Avenue, East Falls.
Vault + Vine has created a space which feels like an “urban oasis” in their current East Falls digs. Owner and founder Peicha Chang decided they had outgrown their old space and moved them down the street to Midvale to create a more “immersive retail experience” now with a cafe and a small scale event space. Vault + Vine specializes in full service floral and event design and also offers a la carte and bulk options for the DIY brides and clients. Chang and her team source as many of their products as they can from local growers and creators to promote sustainable practices while providing their community with beautiful floral arrangements.
222 Roberts Lane, Malvern.
Serving the Main Line, Downingtown, and West Chester, Cottage Flowers is the perfect local flower shop for all things wedding. Owner and head designer Heather Potter has been in the business since she was in high school so she really knows what she’s talking about. “Now that I have a retail shop I want us to stand out and be different,” said Potter. In order to meet this goal, the team really loves mixing a variety of textures and styles to create something truly different. Cottage Flowers focuses on using seasonal and local products to not only create a great product but to maintain sustainability. Many of the plants and flowers used in their arrangements even come right out of Potter’s home garden.
134 North 3rd Street, Old City.
After spending a few years abroad in Paris, owners Claudia and Vincent were inspired to bring the art of French floral design back to Philadelphia. Located in Old City, Petit Jardin specializes in highlighting the natural beauty of the flowers they are working with. When it comes to wedding design, Petit Jardin works one on one with the client in order to create a design that fits their story. This shop works with couples having both local and destination ceremonies in order to bring their signature French esthetic almost anywhere.
2124 Walnut Street, Rittenhouse.
This local floral shop prides themselves in having a diverse design background. From European to Ikebana and Traditional to Manhattan Corporate style, Nature’s Gallery is home to a team of designers with over 80 years of combined experience. With designs featuring fine succulents, cacti, and blossoms from around the world, Nature’s Gallery works to design just about anything you can think of.
119 South 19th Street, Rittenhouse.
Located in the heart of Philadelphia, this Rittenhouse floral shop places an emphasis on service in their wedding process, working meticulously to provide a “boutique floral experience” to make sure every couple can enjoy the beauty of flowers on their special day. Working on just a limited number of events per month, they really focus on providing couples with the best customer service every step of the way. From full service to a la carte options, Flowers and Company has an option to suit every bride’s special day.
510 Bainbridge Street, Queen Village.
Owner and designer Sullivan Owen has an extensive background in visual merchandising and store environment design. With this deep understanding of how smells, lighting, and color impact how her clients feel, she works to create stunning, lush designs that mimic perfectly the feeling a specific couple is trying to experience on their wedding day.
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8501 Germantown Avenue, Chestnut Hill.
Since 1927, Robertson’s has served all of Philadelphia, the Main Line, and the Jersey Shore. With its headquarters in Wyndmoor on nearly 3 acres of land and two convenient retail locations in Chestnut Hill and Bryn Mawr, this shop can service weddings all over Pennsylvania and even destination weddings wherever your heart desires.
1107 Horseshoe Pike, Downingtown.
Founder and owner Ami Trost began floral design when she was just 15 years old as an after school job. Today, she runs Blue Moon Florist in Downingtown with her husband Kevin. The couple serves the local Chester County area with the mindset of always staying ahead of the curve when it comes to floral design. Blue Moon Florist guarantees delivery anywhere, whether it be Chester County, Philadelphia, or worldwide.
With an undeniable flair for the creative, Fete Urbane focuses on color, selection, and styling to provide the florals that fit you. They focus on a small clientele so that your vision can get all the attention it needs, and there is no idea too large that they can’t help you achieve.
1016 New Market Street, Northern Liberties.
This close-knit, full-service design and event styling team is located in Northern Liberties. Whether you’re envisioning an intricate European design or a more simplistic arrangement, Beautiful Blooms has an experienced team and collection of rentals at the ready to create the design of your dreams.
109 N Essex Avenue, Narberth.
Getting their name from a mythical flower said to live forever, Amaranth Florist has been serving the greater Philadelphia area for nearly 40 years. Amaranth provides free bridal consultations and even sample centerpieces to take with you to ensure that you love the work they are doing before your big day. They’ll even deliver right to your venue on the Main Line and throughout Philadelphia.
87 Baker Street, Maplewood, New Jersey.
Brave Floral is an all-female operated floral design boutique out of New Jersey, with their very first storefront. This Garden State floral shop uses their “tiny, but mighty” mentality to foster closer relationships with their clients and create designs for meaningful occasions. Owner and founder Valerie Braverman works with only the best seasonal and often local products to create unforgettable arrangements for weddings and events in New Jersey, Philadelphia, and New York City.
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Springtime in Paris, one elated bride & armfuls of blooms. We couldn’t have envisioned a more fitting day for Denise and David! . Working with gorgeous florals like these is only a part of what we do. In practice, our event designer brains and hearts hope to take inspiration from the surroundings and season, layer the details and create an environment that really captures each of our couples’ stories. (And let’s be honest: who wouldn’t be inspired by spring in Paris? ;-) . So, where do you dream of pledging your love?? Tag us with your story and ideas! #oleandercurated
Bucks County and New Jersey.
Specializing in the “organic, fresh, and fleeting,” Oleander assists couples every step of the way to create a personalized visual, floral, and event design. The designers at Oleander combine a multitude of style and design elements to create something unique for every couple, and they’ll even walk step by step through your venue to make sure their design will compliment any space.
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Caitlin wanted her bouquet to feel like and armful of autumn: rich with texture and color and softly romantic. There were so many gorgeous flowers and berries and pods and branches for me to choose from, I had difficulty reigning myself in. Add to all of this so many beautiful ribbons from @silkandwillow to choose from and I just about lost my mind! Gorgeous shot by @the_markows
Owner and lead designer, Kim Bakke’s love for flowers and gardening, inspired by her mother grew into a business in 2014. Sticking to her gardening roots, she still plants a lot of the flowers used in wedding arrangements to ensure that every last detail is perfect for your special day.
The creative minds behind Faye + Renee, Amanda Hill and Joanna Nollet, have taken their love for floral design and turned it into a full event styling boutique. As creative consultants and stylists, Faye + Renee will oversee every last detail to make sure your arrangements are as unique as you are.
123 N. 3rd Street, Old City.
Kate Farley, owner and lead designer at Devon & Pinkett had years of experience as a fashion designer before transitioning into floral design. Now running her own boutique, her and her team work tirelessly to create arrangements that really set the tone for your event, whatever that may be. Farley even works to keep her shop as sustainably as possible, sourcing flowers from Philly when she can and always repurposing and recycling.
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On @greenweddingshoes today is this fall inspired @terrain_events shoot. Some gorgeousness in this one! Venue @terrain_events Photographer @magdalenastudios Planner/Designer @shannonwellingtonwedding Floral @freshdesignsflorist Furniture @maggpierentals Wardrobe styling @trousseaustyle Cake @nutmegcakedesign Hair & Makeup @onlo_beauty Jewelry @lpriorijewelry Stationery @stephanieb_design Bridesmaid Dresses @bhldnModels: @catherinereisig @begracee @carolinerosie Tabletop @partyrentalltd Linen @nuagedesignsinc Vintage Car CJ’s Classic & Antique Cars
229 Llewelyn Rd, Chester Heights.
Susan Davis, the creative mind behind Fresh Designs works closely with each and every to create a proposal and style board to help turn your vision into a reality. With 30 years in the industry, Davis knows how to make any event pop.
2101 Market Street, Rittenhouse.
With experience in hospitality and years of floral design under her belt, owner Kerry Fabrizio really knows how to throw a party. From florals to lighting, to the smallest detail Fabrizio has you covered to make sure she is there for you every step of the planning process.
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( Rehearsal Dinner ) flowers are a common request for #ShopEvantine ! Like these little beauties we created for a small rehearsal celebration at Twenty Manning. Such a happy combination of summer blooms, including dahlias, gerbera daisies, tulips, peonies, and chamomile. So pretty… thanks @mkphoto_official for the snap! #fridayflowers #flashbackfriday . . Larger event decor installations are managed by our events division.
715 Walnut Street, Old City.
Evantine excels in turning out gorgeous blooms for everything from the ceremony to the reception to the rehearsal dinner. With a retail location right on Washington Square, these pros offers custom, seasonal, locally sourced floral arrangements that are sure to impress. And if you’re really in a pinch, they offer same-day delivery within Philadelphia.
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Bringing the new year in with class and style! Going out with a bang this year with fabulous family's, brides and true love. This wedding was one to remember! Totaly transform of a stunning room! Thank you to everybody who helped make this day magical!! @viebyCescaphe Cescaphe @carlalanfloralltd #glamwedding #Phillywedding #love #bridestobe #engaged #bride #centerpieces #tablescapes #elegantwedding #vie
1700 Market Street, Center City.
Boasting tons of awards and accolades, Carl Alan prides themselves on providing stunning, visionary floral designs. They focus on the customer’s vision by taking personalization to a star-studded level. Lead floral designer Vito Russo is a member of Center City Philadelphia’s floral design industry, with clients like Alicia Keys, Christina Aguilera, and the Real Housewives of NYC.
Owner Rebecca Ann Mulholland’s specialty is the customer, working to give them the most attentive and full-service experience. Her style is inspired by nature and uses unique materials from local shops to create your dream arrangements. And, her design is absolutely swoonworthy.
1901 S. 9th Street, South Philly.
Founded by former architect Nicole Rossi, Texture Florals views floral design as art. With no minimum budget, they can provide both small and large scale projects. With the versatility of their main focuses, color and shape, every design is unique. Texture Floral also supports local flower farms.
16 North 3rd Street, Old City.
Papertini focuses on the experiential aspect of the floral process, trying to make the day special for both you and your guests. With a full range of services from classic arrangements to suspended decor and everything in between, Papertini will surely fill any floral request you could need.
900 Schell Lane, Phoenixville.
With a long list of clients and a strong reputation, Penncora is ready to help you take on your big day in style. Their specialty is creating elegant environments using their elaborate florals and other full services that they offer. They boast a highly requested team with a flair for luxury and sophistication who are ready to show you the commitment you need to make your event a success.
1005 Farm Road, Ambler.
Founded by Lauren Weintraub in 2011, this floral design business can bring some real aesthetic to your wedding day decor. Weintraub has a thing for organic, natural pieces that will give your day the touch of nature that you want.
Owner Corinne Sebesta Sisti takes floral design seriously. With over 20 years of experience in the worlds of both florals and event planning, she has the shining reputation you may be looking for. Not only do they cover all of your floral needs, but they’ll provide all the visual elements for your big day as well.
115 Tennis Ave, Glenside.
As a full-service event planning company, Eventricity definitely delivers in the florals department. From bridal party bouquets to full-on flower walls, they are sure to be able to take on any challenge you throw their way. They focus on your most detailed desires and don’t stop until everything you have asked for comes to life.
2424 East York Street, Fishtown.
As a full-service design studio, Maura Rose can provide you with an enjoyable, stress-free process, along with a few perks. They offer the option of adding fresh herbs or larger blooms for an arrangement that is totally you. Not only do they offer flowers from local farms, but they’ll also take your wedding bouquets and deliver them to local hospitals and women’s shelters through the Forget Me Not Flowers donation company.
With a focus on the romantic and elegant, A Styled Fete provides simplicity in both design and overall experience. Their goal is simple; create florals with seasonal and colorful ingredients that are inspired by nature. The simplicity of their designs and the tailoring of those designs to suit you is something they pride themselves on.
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Hey look! That insane cherry-blossom-and-dogwood-canopy wedding we did at the 23rd Street Armory last April is up on @philawedding ‘s blog today, AND in their Spring magazine! Woo hoo! . . I’ll be honest… that was one of the hardest installations we’ve ever pulled off. So many things went wrong, and so many curveballs required us to pivot our install process over and over. But we did it! Interested in the story? Read on… . . First off, the venue’s lift wasn’t working the week of the wedding, meaning we would have no way to reach the 40ft ceiling. So instead, we installed hundreds of feet of cable across the football field-length width of the room. . . Then, my wonderful, amazing, long time branch-farming Beau, Mr. Ben Fisher, showed up to the armory with a truck full of gorgeous flowering branches from his NJ farm… but they were a variety of cherry that was MUCH heavier than I expected. Okay, no bother, my team’s got muscle, we’ll get those branches in the air… . . But it was also a fluke 90° day, and the armory was not air-conditioned! I worried our beautiful blossoms would wilt horribly by the time the wedding guests arrived, so we spent two precious hours of prep time, “wet-packing” Every. Single. Branch. before they went in the air, to make sure they would stay hydrated and fresh the whole night. . . When it was time to get our massive, spiraling, branch tornado canopy in the air, we really struggled with the weight of it. Luckily, our good pal Max from @wearesynergetic swooped in with his little mini lift, and helped us conquer the blossom beast! . . This was definitely one of my favorite weddings from last year, and that has so much to do with the amazing team of vendors on the job… @arielleferaevents , @nutmegcakedesign , @daybydayphilly , @eliciabryan , @wearesynergetic , @maggpierentals , and all the army guys at the helm of the #23rdstreetarmory . . #23rdstreetarmorywedding #cherryblossomwedding #industrialwedding #springwedding #wildstemsinstallation #phillywedding #aprilwedding #weddinginstallation #dancefloorcanopy
The couple behind Wild Stems, Vale and Amy Bruck, pride themselves on their out-of-the-box floral concepts. They are willing to go to any extent to find the most unique and beautiful items from nature that will create the vision you are going for. They source locally as often as they can, and with free consultations, this couple seems like they can do no wrong.
4254 Main Street, Manayunk, 138 N.3rd Street, Old City, 8335 Germantown Avenue, Chestnut Hill, 5917 Greene Street, Germantown.
With three retail locations and an exclusive wedding studio for bridal consultations, Fleur proudly serves the Philadelphia area and its local brides. Fleur owner Chai Kanchanahoti is committed to providing clients with the most innovative designs, taking inspiration from both Asian and European designs. Kanchanahoti prioritizes hand-picking flowers for his shop, rather than merchandise to make sure his product is of the utmost quality.
Re+Bloom aims to make your wedding day a fun and stress-free experience, regardless of your location and theme. They specialize in elegant and romantic florals and focus on organic styles. Owner and creative director, Krista Sherkey, has an extensive professional history with florals and is even studying under Philippa Craddock, who designed the florals for the most recent royal wedding.
If you’re looking for earthy and elegant florals that are sustainably-managed, Love ‘n Fresh Flowers is your place. They offer a selection of florals that are sure to exceed expectations all while being grown right in Philly on their own farm. Catering specifically to intimate and personal ceremonies, Love ‘n Fresh Flowers can provide for all of your floral wedding desires.
210 W Rittenhouse Square, Rittenhouse.
Offering one of a kind full-service floral designs, Philadelphia staple Egan Rittenhouse is a must-see for brides-to-be. With your choice of seasonal flowers and styles, your custom arrangement is just around the corner. Plus, they’ve got tons of experience to boot.
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The previous image and this arrangement we both ordered by the same person. This image represents a local #FOP lodge and is so different from the previous display. With this #Tribute #Memorial, I want to capture a sense of #decorum and #respect associated with their image. So, let us know your thoughts and we will design an original piece to suit your needs. #Peace
7025 Colonial Highway, Pennsauken.
Michael Bruce Florist has been showing off his floral design skills for years in the city, and it hasn’t gone unnoticed. He’s won Best in Show in the Philadelphia International Flower Show more than once and has acquired plenty of awards beyond that. With credentials like that, he’ll have no problem providing exquisite flowers for your wedding day.
480 New Holland Ave., Lancaster.
Owner and self-proclaimed plant-geek Tara Folker has been interested in florals since her childhood, and now considers them a form of personal art. She focuses on the use of locally sourced florals to create her elaborate, arresting collections for use in both weddings and editorial shoots. Basically, we’re obsessed.
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