Updated: Jul 20
As a Vermont Wedding Photographer I see A LOT of beautiful florals. Year round, florists across the state create works of art that enhance every aspect of your celebration.
There is a wide array of styles and preferences when it comes to wedding florals, however, I think there are some indisputable knockouts.
All that in mind, it can be hard to know where to start, so here are a few of my personal favorites. In no particular order, let's meet:
Incredible Vermont Florists for Weddings and Elopements
Show Stopping Ceremony Arbors: Vermont Wedding Florist – Nectar and Root
Nectar and Root takes bespoke florals and seasonal blooms to the next level with their stunning ceremony arbors, but they don't stop there!
Table setting, large scale installations, bouquets and more, create stunning accent and center pieces for weddings of all tastes.
I have had the pleasure of exploring their flower farm in Stowe. The flowers alone are beautiful but it's Erin's eye and her highly skilled staff that make their work stand out.
The way the light is catching this floral display at the Von Trapp Family Lodge ceremony site in Stowe, Vermont makes their stunning overlook just that much more breathtaking.
Vibrant, Colorful & Sustainably Grown: Vermont Florist – Blossoming Bough
Eva of Blossoming Bough has impeccable taste for wildflowers. Her colorful and wild bouquets create a sense of whimsy, magic and movement.
Blossoming bough flowers are sustainably and naturally grown. The intentionality, dedication and love for their work, community and ecosystem comes through in every bloom.
With Blossoming Bough's vibrant florals, no two bouquets are exactly the same. The beautiful variation in color and floral specimens will brighten any ceremony and are sure to make your personal style shine.
Timeless and Intentional: Vermont Wedding Florist – Stitchdown Farm
Stitchdown Farm is another wonderful family-owned business that has a deep connection with the land and their craft.
Food and flower farmers, the founders and owners of Stitchdown Farm are outspoken in their intention to contribute to their community and backyard ecosystem through their florals.
Look no further for locally grown floral with a timeless style based right out of Bethel, Vermont.
Dramatic Bouquets: Vermont Wedding Florist – A Clover and One Bee
One of my favorite bouquets of last fall was this number by A Clover and a Bee.
Attention to the fall pallet and the dramatic accent pieces made this bouquet a dramatic home run for me.
On your next visit to Vermont, stop by their brick and mortar in Richmond to explore and say hello, it's just 20min from Burlington and right next door to some lovely local shopping and eats.
Lake Champlain and Beyond: Vermont Wedding Florist – Boquet Valley Blooms
Boquet Valley Blooms wedding and event floral design serve Lake Champlain, Lake Placid and eastern Adirondacks regions.
This lakeside ceremony was absolutely brimming with luscious florals, from the ceremony displays to beautiful bouquet and flower crown.
These rich colors really brought their Burlington woodland wedding ceremony to life!
Seasonal Inspired & Family Run: Vermont Florist – A Schoolhouse Garden
This photo was day two for this bouquet after enduring a two mile hike in the snow! A Schoolhouse Garden's florals impressed me.
This rich and hearty floral arrangement was just the thing for a winter summit elopement and did not disappoint.
Incorporating foliage, moss, berries, and branches, arrangements are unique to each season, A Schoolhouse Garden is certain to impress no matter what time of year, sun or snow.
More questions about Vermont Wedding and Elopement florals?
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xo, Lillian Seibert