From brightening up your pad to saying a heartfelt thank you, Brisbane florists have you fully covered when you need a bunch of blooms. Finding the best florists in Brisbane isn’t always easy, and the sub-tropical climate is a constant threat to variety when hunting down the perfect bunch, but these twelve Brisbane florists will keep you sufficiently pollinated:
Run by Kat O’Sullivan (who has arranged florals in London, New York and now Brisbane) Garden Graffiti specialises in fun bunches that buck convention. Available for big ticket events like weddings, functions, and workshops, this online florist will also whip up a bouquet and deliver it to you from their online shop.
From the creative mastermind Kara Hynes comes Lulu Lucky—a gorgeous floral design studio in Brighton, north of the CBD. Hynes is best known for her involvement in some high-profile creative projects, so you can expect precision and exceptional attention to detail in her floral bouquets. As well as local deliveries and in-store floral creations, Lulu Lucky also showcases a hand-picked collection of homewares.
Having been a part of Brisbane florist scene for more than 20 years, Flower Trap is the local go-to for beautiful blooms. Tucked inside the James Street market you'll find exquisite flowers and foliage ready to be crafted into a bouquet of your choice, as well as a hand selection of potted plants and succulents that are perfect for gifts.
Sourcing straight from local growers, Poppy Rose is a truly unique Brisbane florist. With standard bouquets changing daily, you need only pick your size, date of delivery and budget to suit, and Poppy Rose will whip you up a seasonal bunch.
This little space in New Farm’s Moray Street is a floral paradise. From pretty petals to bold natives, the team at Lillipollen are experts in wow factor when it comes to making florals arrangements. From hand-tied posies to weddings to all out works of art, Lillipollen creates some of the prettiest bunhes in Brisbane.
Not your typical florist, Flower Haul is an online flower shop and delivery service. Bunches are built from fresh flowers, hand selected from the market every morning and arranged to perfection, before being delivered straight to your door.
Flower Lovers is Brisbane’s biggest flower market sourcing the largest variety of blooms in the region. Opposite the Brisbane Markets in Rocklea their vast selection of seasonal flowers means you’ll always find what you’re looking for and at a price you can afford.
The team at Divine Flowers are masters of floral arrangements, with a creative team that always goes the extra mile. Their bricks and mortar store on Newmarket Road is a treasure trove of fresh florals and well worth a visit to see what fresh blooms have been delivered that day.
Wilde Flora is not your typical florist. Using only Australian-grown flora and foliage, Wilde Flora is a sustainable florist that’s all about building arrangements from ethically sourced local blooms. They pride themselves on creating unique, bespoke bouquets that are true creative expressions, only using organic soil, recycled paper, and minimising waste while they’re at it. Even the ribbons are certified organic cotton.
Hacienda's reputation as one of the best-known florists in Brisbane is well earned. Whether you’re after a big gesture or a small token, Hacienda's bouquets are nothing short of spectacular, and always have been.
Poco Posy is one of the most afordable florists in Brisbane, with seasonal bouquets on offer every day (all their flowers come fresh from the market each morning). Pop in to their studio in Albion, or order online for same day delivery in the Brisbane metro.
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