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Five Inspiring Irish Insta Accounts To Follow For Floral Inspiration


by IMAGE
09th Jan 2017

Discover our top picks…

1. HANAKO

I love the delicate texture and effortless movement that grasses give to any arrangement, but especially bouquets. So dreamy!

A photo posted by Hana (@hanako.flowerchild) on

Expect lush, romantic blooms from this West Cork floral studio, which is also an active flower farm.

 

2. PETAL STUDIO

Belfast-based creative Abigail Bell’s feed is filled with behind-the-scenes peeks from her flower-crown workshops, beautiful blooms fresh from the market and pretty floral illustrations.

3. THE INFORMAL FLORIST

Spring in the studio.

A photo posted by Claire Ryan (@informalflorist) on

Recently featured in Vogue, Claire Ryan is one half of The Informal Florist duo, and her account gives us a glimpse into some of the most gorgeous Irish weddings.

 

4. APPASSIONATA

One of the best flower boutiques in the country, Appassionata’s Insta does not disappoint, featuring bursts of colour from blooms both in store and in their studio. Endlessly impressive.

 

5. THE GARDEN

Mantle arrangement @killruddery

A photo posted by markgrehan (@shopthegarden) on

Hit follow and quickly fall in love with Dublin florist Mark Grehan’s beautiful, seasonal arrangements.

Words by Nathalie Marquez Courtney

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