5 of our FAVE unique flower studios

Finding the perfect flowers for your big day can be a tricky task, from your bouquet to statement displays and centre pieces. So many florists up and down the country produce such beautiful arrangements, but here at Rewritten we like things a little less ordinary and that's why we have picked the following studios as our top 5 flower designers!

 

Gloria Studio

Based in Walthamstow, girl team Kasia and Amaia produce the most beautiful arrangements from wedding bouquets to styled projects. The girls work on bespoke briefs but also have a gorgeous selection on their online shop, where you can go and buy bouquets for local delivery, how fun is that!

Instagram @gloria__studio

Flavia Studio

Known for her statement installations, Flavia is not scared by the size of a project. With a background in event management Flavia is the perfect person to have by your side in the run up to your big day. Tell her what your vision is and leave it to her, and you won't be disappointed! 

Instagram @flavia.studio_

Film & Foliage

Newcastle based Ash produces eco arrangements from locally grown blooms. She finds beauty in forgotten foliage and loves foraging to find wild textures to add to an arrangement. We guarantee you won't be able to find anything else like it! If you're based in the North of England, definitely check her out.

Instagram @filmandfoliage

 

Love Blooms

Local to Rewritten, Love Blooms is located in Hackney Downs and is run by Clare. Clare creates some of the most beautiful dried flower arrangements we have ever seen and we love the idea of having these on your wedding day, taking away the stress and worry about fresh flowers needing water!

Instagram @clarelovesblooms

My Lady Garden

Good friends with Flavia from Flavia Studio, Kai's based in Dalston and creates the most luscious flower arrangements. Kai's website gives us all the feels and we want to just buy one of everything for the Rewritten showroom! 
Instagram @myladygarden

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