8 of Miami's Best Wedding Florists

Updated 07/19/15

Nick Drollette Photography

Whether you've been pinning pictures of your dream bouquet to your Pinterest board or if you don't know the difference between peonies and petunias, you're in good hands with these master Miami florists who will guide you through picking the perfect petals for your big day.

Bayfront Floral (Above)

Creative Director Rick Andrews cut his teeth in the wedding industry working at top hotels in New York City like The Plaza, bringing this slice of city life to beachside weddings in Miami with haute spins on tropical flower arrangements.

Boho brides looking for that subtle something different with their floral arrangements will love the stunning creations Anthology Floristry whips up, from charming flowers in cute glass cups to the ultimate flower crown that would make any Coachella festival-goer swoon.

The Brit behind Parrish Designs — Kathryn Parrish — and her team have been crafting works of floral art in Miami for over 25 years, giving brides an elegant European bouquet with which to walk down the aisle. While arrangements can range from classic to contemporary with a touch of sparkle, the real gem here is the way Parrish weaves flowers and greenery into a standout headdress that can take a veil to a whole new level.

Brides going for a more traditional look love how Petal Productions really makes flowers a production, transforming a ceremony into the fantasy wedding you've always dreamed of.

Puerto Rico-born Pedro Cruz jets off to locales from Costa Rica to Colombia to bring back exotic blooms straight from the source. It's no surprise that his works of art have cultivated a fan club of A-List celebrities from P. Diddy to Donna Karan, as well as Miami's luxury wedding hotels Acqualina and The Setai.

Brides looking for more out-of-the-box arrangements will love what Avant Gardens has in store for their special day. Over the past 25 years, the brand has become a bridal favorite thanks to the whimsical way the flowers and local plants are weaved into centerpieces and strung from driftwood-crafted gazebos.

The fashionable florist has a high place among Miami's iconic hotels like the Fontainebleau, mixing influences from Europe with the far East into exotic arrangements that turn tradition on its head — literally — with everything from upside-down flowers and hanging glass globes to bird cages holding beautiful bouquets.

Founder Sandra Simm's award-winning studio knows how to add sparkle into a bride's special day, weaving gems into bridal bouquets and elegantly hanging strings of jewels around centerpieces to make sure every table at your reception shines.

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