Oh what another great year of floral design!
The floral industry has seen amazing designs throughout 2016 from editorials, contests and social media posts. Though the designs we have picked are just a very few that we fell in love with in 2016, Floral.today always has its eyes open to be influenced, inspired and our breath taken away.
Make sure to share with Floral.today designs that have inspired you in 2016.
Tell us who designed it and why the floral design inspires you.
Now sit back, relax and enjoy some beautiful designs!
DESIGNER: NATALIA ZIZKO
LOCATION: MOSCOW, RUSSIA
WHERE TO FIND NATALIA:
DESIGNER: Joseph Massie
LOCATION: Liverpool, United Kingdom
WHERE TO FIND Joe:
DESIGNER: Přemysl Hytych
(Constructed By Garrett Skupinski)
LOCATION: Brno, Czech Republic
WHERE TO FIND Přemysl:
DESIGNER: Artem Petrov
LOCATION: Novosibirsk, Russia
WHERE TO FIND Artem:
DESIGNER: Hitomi Gilliam AIFD
LOCATION: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
WHERE TO FIND Hitomi:
DESIGNER: Mark Pampling
LOCATION: Alstonville, New South Wales, Australia
WHERE TO FIND Mark:
Company: McQueens Flowers
LOCATION: London, United Kingdom
WHERE TO FIND McQueens Flowers:
Designer: Jenny Thomasson AIFD, Pfci, Emc
LOCATION: St. Louis, MO, United States of America
WHERE TO FIND Jenny:
Designer: Sara-Lisa Ludvigsson
LOCATION: Karistad, Sweden
WHERE TO FIND Sara-Lisa:
DESIGNER: Laura Daluga AIFD
LOCATION: Ann Arbor, MI, United States of America
WHERE TO FIND Laura:
DESIGNER: Marijke Moonen
LOCATION: Weert, Netherlands
WHERE TO FIND Marijke:
What do you think of just a few of our favorite designs from 2016? There are so many more amazing designs that we could have posted but we have another full month for more great designs to be squeezed into December, finishing 2016 off with a bang.
What are your top 5 favorite designs THAT HAVE Inspired You in 2016?
Make sure to check back next week for our top 5 designers in ‘Designers That Flourished Throughout 2016‘ where we break down some designers that have magical designs and some that changed how the industry can market itself.
Until next time,