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Some of the top floral designers in the country are based right here in the Los Angeles area and can create everything from stunning bouquets to precious boutonnieres to unique flower crowns. Here are the L.A. flower experts that you should book for your big day.
Florist Kate Holt and is known for her colorful, textural arrangements that look as if they were just-picked from the garden for your wedding. Bonus: She just recently launched The Ark, a sister company specializing in gorgeous, hard-to-find china, table linens, flatware and furniture rentals. Read real brides' reviews here!
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Proprietresses Holly Vesecky and Rebecca Uchtman are more floral sculptors than garden-variety florists, reinventing what modern-day wedding flowers look like. Read real brides' reviews here!
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Formerly the in-house floral designer at Fred Segal, Carissa Jones branched out on her own in 2003 and is known for her versatility — from bold, bright blooms for a Palm Springs bash to deep-red and burgundy florals in gold vessels for a glamorous celebration at The London Hotel.
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Twig & Twine
Silver Lake-based Heather Williams has quite the cult following among clients who love her feminine yet dramatic arrangements. Think: soft, romantic neutrals juxtaposed with deep, jewel-tone blooms for a bold pop of color, housed in vintage vessels (goblets, creamers, urns, footed bowls) from her years of scouring flea markets and estate sales. Read real brides' reviews here!
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La Petite Gardenia
With her 17 years of floral design experience, CEO and lead designer Alison Franchi knows how to make a non-traditional bride's dreams come true. The studio pays intense attention to detail and isn't afraid to play with bold and unique colors, so your wedding-day flowers not only look impeccable, but also inspire oohs and aahs from guests. Read real brides' reviews here!
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Moon Canyon Flowers
For earthy, nature-inspired arrangements that effortlessly complement your wedding setting, turn to Kristen Caissie, who worked as a window-display designer for Anthropologie before turning to flowers. Her wild and romantic arrangements have that Anthro-boho vibe (lots of flower crowns!).