Top 6 Wedding Florists We Love

Floral and decor designed and created by, The Events Company in Houston, Texas.
Photo: Alidabon Photo | Florist & Decor: The Events Company

The possibilities are endless when it comes to planning the perfect wedding . . . and the blooming top six wedding florists in Houston, Texas, are here to help you create a once-in-a-lifetime event. From lavish floral arrangements and unique bridal bouquets to elegant wedding decorations and intimate reception details, these floral designers cater to every vision. Here are six of the most trusted wedding florists specializing in creating beautiful and unique blooms for your minimalist or extravagant wedding day.

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A Lavish White, Gold & Black Wedding by Plants N’ Petals

A groom in a black tuxedo stands with a bride in a Galia Lahav wedding gown in the Astorian's ballroom, decorated with white floral installations and lit candles.
Photo: Ama by Aisha | Venue: The Astorian | Flowers + Decor: Plants N’ Petals

Harry and Margaret met at The University of Texas in 2008 but did not start dating until seven years later when Margaret was attending dental school in Utah. After a four-year long-distance romance, Harry proposed to Margaret on a trip to Napa Valley, CA, where they enjoyed a weekend of wine tasting. “It was the perfect location; breathtaking, romantic and intimate,” says Margaret. The tour guide who was in on the surprise encouraged the couple to walk the grounds where a table was set up with beautiful flowers and champagne and Harry popped the question.

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An Opulent Bloom-Filled Wedding At The Corinthian Houston

A bride and groom stand in front of a flower installation for their opulent winter wedding.
Photo: J. Cogliandro Photography | Venue: Corinthian Houston | Florals + Decor: Plants N’ Petals | Transportation: Monarch British Limousines | Registry: Bering’s | Bridal Suite: Hotel Icon

Elise, a lawyer, and Jeremy, a financial analyst, met at Elise’s sister’s wedding, where Jeremy, a close friend of the couple, was a groomsman. Flash forward to a sunny spring day in 2019; the couple spent it at The Houston Zoo. Jeremy nervously popped the question near the elephant enclosure, elephants being Elise’s favorite animal.

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Ivory, Black and Champagne Wedding in the Houston Museum District

The bride and groom look each other in the eyes and hug while the bride holds her bridal bouquet behind him. They are in the Houston museum district.
Photography: Amy Maddox Photography | Flowers + Decor: Plants N’ Petals | Registry + Wedding Stationery: Bering’s | Bridal Shower: Hotel Granduca

It all started at Baylor University in a video-journalism class when Michaela and Adam were partners for a group project, which turned out to be a match made in heaven. As they were looking at wedding venues, Adam proposed, right down the hall from where their wedding would take place. “I was greeted by a beautiful display of florals, candles and pictures from throughout our relationship…Then, finally, he got down on one knee and read our favorite Bible verse aloud before asking me to marry him!” says Michaela.

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Classic Monochromatic Wedding Nestled in Downtown Houston

Bride and groom walk across the street in Downtown Houston during the day.
Photo: Alicia Yarrish | Flowers: Plants N’ Petals | Jewelry: Zadok Jewelers

Seth proposed to Marla four years after they first met at Houston’s Day for Night music festival. The proposal happened during their annual tradition of seeing the iconic River Oaks Christmas Lights. Seth revealed a stunning center-cut diamond ring from Zadok Jewelers and asked the big question. Shortly after, the planning for their wedding was underway, only to be halted by the pandemic.

“Extending a nine-month engagement to a seventeen-month engagement presented many obstacles. However, navigating through them together helped us as a couple to grow even more,” says Marla. Their vision for the ceremony and reception was minimalistic and chic. Therefore, the couple went for a classic monochromatic color palette of black, white and gray.

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