These 10 Florists Make The Most Beautiful (And Creative) Arrangements In New York City

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I’m a sucker for a nice bouquet so I try to make it a point to adorn my apartment with a bushel of nice cut flowers every once in a while. If you’re like me, or if you’re looking to find the highest quality flowers for your beau this Valentine’s Day, you’ll want to start the hunt for the best florist now!

These 10 New York City florists bring the joy of magical buds all year long so don’t think you only have to be a patron on February 14. Check out this list of NYC’s most trendy, as well as tried and true florists.

1. Flower Girl NYC , 245 Eldridge Street (Nolita)

Flower Girl NYC was founded in 2004. They focus on seasonally available, whimsical arrangements. They also give floral design workshops for other professionals which are extremely popular.

photo: @flowergirlnyc via Instagram
photo: @flowergirlnyc via Instagram
2. Buds of Brooklyn, 57 Thames Street (Brooklyn)

Buds of Brooklyn is a trendy yet very classic floral designer. They choose seasonal and hand-picked flowers which are cut, sourced and arranged upon request. You can also sign up for floral subscriptions to have flowers delivered to your apartment or office within NYC. Their wedding arrangements and event launch co-labs are seriously to die for too.

photo: @budsofbrooklyn via Instagram
photo: @budsofbrooklyn via Instagram
3. Scotts Flowers NYC, 15 West 37th Street (Midtown)

Scotts Flowers has been in business since 1947. They get their products from both locally sourced and eco-friendly farms and vendors from across the world. They do weddings, corporate events and cut bouquets as well.

photo: @scottsflowersnyc via Instagram
photo: @scottsflowersnyc via Instagram
4. Sunny’s Florist, 102 2nd Avenue (East Village)

Sunny’s Florist is a neighborhood favorite! Her cut bouquets are just so beautiful and the quality is great for the price too.

photo: @liwenzfilm via Instagram
photo: @liwenzfilm via Instagram
5. Lewis Miller Design

Lewis Miller Design is quite possibly one of the most famous floral designers in New York right now. The design team is known for their guerrilla-style pop-up designs that have been scattered across the city in garbage cans and outside condemned buildings and subway entrances. They do big events like runway designs for Ferragamo and beautiful centerpieces for dinners.

photo: @lewismillerdesign via Instagram
photo: @lewismillerdesign via Instagram
6. Florisity Flowers, 25-25 Borden Ave. (Long Island City)

Florisity Flowers is known for its daring arrangements and has the reputation of being one of the most chic and innovative florists in the city.

7. BRRCH, (Lower East Side)

BRRCH is a floral design studio founded in 2013. They mainly work events and weddings and the arrangements are absolutely beautiful.

photo: brrch.com
photo: brrch.com
8. Saipua, 177 Dwight Street (Red Hook, Brooklyn)

Saipua is potentially the most conceptually interesting florist there ever was. One part floral and soap shop, one part organic farm in Upstate New York, this oasis not only sells cut stems but embodies an entire philosophy of farm to table flowers. Their farm known as World’s End is also used as a summer retreat center where patrons can pay to learn about farming, floral design or just spend the time relaxing.

photo: @theweekend_florist via Instagram
photo: @theweekend_florist via Instagram
 9. City Blossoms, 62 Trinity Place (FiDi)

City Blossoms works primarily on weddings and events but you can stop in for a cut flower bouquet as well. Their center pieces are incredible.

photo: @ cityblossomsnyc via Instagram
photo: @cityblossomsnyc via Instagram
10. Edelweiss Floral Atelier, 164 Court Street (Brooklyn)

Edelweiss works on coroprate events, weddings and of course cut bouquets! They do spectacular work with Orchids as well.

photo: @edelweissfloral via Instagram
photo: @edelweissfloral via Instagram

 

Featured image: @flora.by.taleah via Instagram