When it comes to finding a great Georgia wedding florist, you want to make sure you choose one that not only fits your style, but has a creative mindset and is able to craft designs based on your vision. Luckily for Georgia brides, there’s a wide selection of floral experts throughout the state. We rounded up our favorite Georgia wedding florists, all of whom will undoubtedly surpass your expectations on your big day!
Designer Kim Vail Cheney of August Floral Design truly believes in the power of a great floral design to evoke emotion. She puts her heart into her work, and individualizes designs for every couple. With August Floral Design, you know everything will be perfect.
The team at Bloomin’ Bouquets led by owner Sarah Provow somehow knows exactly what you want, and then exactly how to put it together. Their focus on details in impeccable, and that’s part of what make their designs come together so effortlessly.
Saint Simons Island, Georgia
Owners Bryce & Kelly worked together at The Sea Island Resort before starting their own business together, which is an outstanding mix of landscape and event design. At The Vine, they approach each event with a fresh perspective and collaborative spirit with their clients. Did we mention their designs are amazing?!
Stylish Stems was created after the owner was planning her own wedding and couldn’t find a florist who could create something really unique with her limited budget. Now, Stylish Stems just does that as the go-to Georgia wedding florist. The team has over 12 years of experience creating awesome designs, and they’re sure to do the same for your wedding.
Johns Creek, Georgia
Owner Katie has designed over 250 weddings and can do everything from backyard romance to ballroom elegance. It’s that versatility that makes her a favorite. She’s a native Atlantan and brings a certain Southern Charm to her designs – often all with some sort of unique factor she’s come up with just for you. Oh, and her studio is the definition of “lovely.”
We’re in love with French Market Flowers. That’s because they create the most spectacular designs with a ton of flowers grown right on their farm — from poppies to tweedia and so many other romantic stems, they really specialize in organic, eco-friendly weddings. Literally, they’ll grow your wedding flowers for you. It starts with a seed and a plan, and then they nurture them until they’re ready for your wedding day! How awesome is that?
Designers Eva & Heather are the perfect match. Eva’s originally from southern Germany and her work is influenced by European floral design. Heather studied interior design and art education, and was working in the floral and event design industry before meeting Eva. Together they created Tulip Blooming Creations, which is now one of the most sought-after floral design companies. That’s because they are professional, attentive, reliable and create awesome designs.
Owners and designers Kelly & Sarah have been friends since they were nine years old. They grew up in rural Georgia, and explored the woods, fields and streams that then led them to be so passionate about nature and flowers. Sarah has a degree in horticulture and is the plant go-to while Kelly has a degree in engineering, and knows everything about installation. Their skill sets and friendship have created an extraordinary business that Georgia ladies know and love.
If you’re seeking the perfect Georgia wedding florist, we are smitten with Forage. We love their use of layering, texture and beautiful color palettes. They believe flowers are communicative, and we totally get that. They’re one vendor that just does things right.
Owner & designer Jennifer Hopkins grew up on St. Simons Island, and has a love for its Spanish moss, colorful oleander, the marshes, beach, and her grandparents’ gardens. This passion for nature and flowers influences her work, resulting in beautiful weddings. She encourages her couples to choose colors they are drawn to, and then she’s at it — creating unique designs with lovely flowers, succulents, vines, mosses and berries. You name it, she can definitely do it.