Are you in need of help finding a wedding florist in Vancouver? If so, you are at the right place!
What questions should you ask them? Here are a few examples:
What colour palette are you going for that is unique to you and speaks of your style?
What does the florist’s work look like?
What style and aesthetics of florals best represent you and your wedding overall?
How do you prepare your meeting with them?
Do they do on site delivery?
Are there any florist close to your wedding venue if it is an out of town/destination wedding?
How much should you budget for wedding flowers?
What do they provide for weddings besides the wedding bouquet?
What is the cost per bouquet, bundle of flowers and individual pieces?
What flowers would wilt during the day or last throughout the day for specific flowers you have in mind?
Having photographed different floral arrangements and bouquets at weddings, I asked some of my favourite wedding florists in Vancouver and Squamish whom I have worked with to share with us more about themselves and their styles.
list of wedding florist in Vancouver and Squamish
Nestled in the mountains of beautiful Squamish, British Columbia, A Fox In The Flowers is founded by former ecologist and creative, Erin.
Their designs aim to emulate the ease and chaos of the west coast nature while giving great thought and attention to form, texture and colour.
Erin describes her style as a bit more wild and a whimsical garden style design. She works with no specific colour palette and varies widely with your preference!
Check out A Fox In The Flowers
Located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Celsia Floral who is highly regarded as best florist in Vancouver, creates timeless and yet of-the-moment designs for those who seek to bring nature inside, with their signature style that marries elegance and whimsy.
They value relationships and a passion for beautiful flowers. Providing thoughtful artistry their artists relay messages of love and celebration through thoughtful design.
Check out Celsia Floral
The Wildbunch describes their style as natural, thoughtful and evolving with the seasons. Their approach to floral design is based on freestyle Ikebana (A Japanese art of flower arrangement), as well as lush English garden design. Placing great emphasis on natural lines, flow, asymmetry, texture and colour, their compositions are cohesive yet unexpected!
Check out The Wildbunch
Own and run by Hannah in Langley, British Columbia, she describes her style as, Airy & light, romantic, free-style and garden style.
Hannah’s favourite colour palettes to work with are neutral, earthy tones and she also loves to incorporate an accent with a bright pop of colour!
Check out Grey Florals & Co
Budget Blooms is a full-service florist in Delta, British Columbia. They do weddings a little differently, where they try to keep you within budget, as well as helping you simplify your wedding. This is how you can save money and get beautiful flower arrangements.
They are also open to any colour palette for your florals.
Check out Budget Blooms
Arbutus Florist is devoted to uniqueness, innovation and an attention to details. With a sense of airiness and beauty in their wedding creation, they have eyes for compositions of colour, form and patterns. Like you see below on the arch of the wedding ceremony.
They believe that a good wedding floral design is not only about being beautiful, but should also convey the personality of the bride and her partner.
Check out Arbutus Florist
Bonus question: When should you start finding a wedding florist in Vancouver?
About 6-8 months before your wedding date or once you have finalized your wedding date and venue.
What about wedding photos? When should you start booking a photographer?