Looking for some new floral inspiration? Check out these 10 beautifully-curated, but somewhat unknown Instagram feeds. I love them. I hope you will, too. And then share some love with these hard-working folks and give them a follow on Instagram!
Marc Sardi @marc_sardi Marc hosted me for a visit this week and shared some tips for photographing my flowers in the style of Dutch master painters. I'm in love with his feed, his eye for design, and his innate understanding of nature.
Bas Meeuws @basmeeuws Marc is inspired by this feed. If you like dark and moody photography, you'll also love Bas Meeuws.
CFS Aesthetics @csfaesthetics Check out this Seattle-based floral designer's dramatic styled shoots and lively arrangements.
The Striped Petal @thestripedpetal Love the paper flower craze? The Striped Petal has some treats for your eyes!
Cynthia Zamaria @cynthiazamaria Cynthia is a friend and designer that I met last spring out west. She's an Ontario native and recently undertook an exciting venture with her husband to restore and renovate an 1857 house. It is a beautiful project, and you're going to see plenty of flowers sprinkled in along the way.
Floramere Flowers @floramereflowers Natasha Chortos is sharing snippets from her little slice of heaven in Ruthven, Ontario. After you ooh and ahh over the Instagram feed, be sure you check out the website. It is so beautifully done.
Mad About Flowers @mad_about_flowers Seonaid Renton is a flower farmer and floral designer in Country Carlow, Ireland. Watch the season unfold through her feed. And then try not to pack your bag and move to Ireland...
Emerden Flowers @emerdenflowers Sarah Hawkless is a farmer-florist sharing a perfect balance of showcased botanical photography and sweet scenes from farm life.
(The photo above is my own - In the style of a Dutch master painter as taught to me by Marc Sardi.)