But for real, this Spring, enjoy yourself a floral arrangement from some of LA’s trendiest floral spots. Or spread the joy with someone else. They make for the perfect “I’m sorry I hit your car while pulling into LA’s compact car parking spots” apology or “Congrats on getting that promotion; I thought this would look nicer on your Instagram feed than a kale salad” gift. We’re being generous and letting you in on our favorite spots, whether they be online or in-store.
The one-stop shop for all things floral and home decor. With options of live or artificial plants, furniture, and antiques, it’s almost impossible to leave Rolling Greens empty-handed.
If you’re looking for creative floral gifts, look no further. Between plant amps, and curated floral gift sets, you can’t go wrong with a pick from Seed Floral. P.S. Seed Floral is also the hotspot for some of our favorite SSLA gifts.
The Bouqs Company is the spot for those with a busy calendar. With regular delivery options, holiday subscription services, bulk ordering, and more, The Bouqs Company will keep all of your bases covered.
The perfect way to do good while making a statement. Bloomerent is a service that allows you to recycle floral arrangements, protecting the environment while still allowing you to have that je ne sais quoi that flowers bring.
A modern twist on the classic floral arrangement. Spruce offers floral arrangements in glass jars that add a new dimension to the standard potted flower. But fear not, if this modern twist isn’t your style, they still offer more timeless, classic bouquets and arrangements.
Open Wednesday-Saturday, Twig & Twine was founded by Heather Williams. Williams has had an affinity for anything floral from a young age, making her eye for arrangements unique and beautiful. Similar to Rolling Greens, Twig & Twine offers more than just flowers – branching out to and-picked gifts, home decor, artisanal goods and more.
Our Westside favorite. If you need a dose of weekend inspo or are out and about in Venice, make sure to stop by Flowerboy Project. With a coffee bar in the front & a boutique in the back, this is the perfect stop for a well-rounded Saturday. Pro-tip: order the Rose Girl latté.
A staple in Los Angeles, The Empty Vase has provided contemporary floral arrangements and installations for over 25 years. Taking it above and beyond, The Empty Vase offers services ranging from animal topiary structures (think what you would imagine having the Queen of England lining her lawn), flower clubs, and weekly delivery services.
If it’s good enough for the Kardashians, it’s good enough for us. Originally selling outside of The Ace Hotel and now selling through Postmates, Amelia Posada has created a floral empire of perfectly curated bouquets and arrangements.
Written by our Digital Specialist, Nora Henick.
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