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Below, we've rounded up five of New York's cutest floral shops to look for unique, stylish floral wedding bouquets that you won't want to throw behind your back at the end of the night.
Flower Girl's owner has crafted bouquets for fashionable clients like Chanel, Proenza Schouler, and Marc Jacobs and can work with you on your special day using what's available seasonally.
245 Eldridge Street, Lower East Side; (212) 777-0050
To work with Spruce, fill out a questionnaire and let their florists take care of everything else. After all, you've got enough to worry about already to figure out which blooms will work best with your color scheme.
222 Eighth Avenue, Chelsea; 212-414-0588
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No need to head to the Flower District: This shop provides uptown brides with custom arrangements created by seasoned florists who will work with your budget.
2522 Frederick Douglas Blvd, Harlem; (212) 234-3211
Think outside of the box with your bouquet. This Greenpoint shop like to tuck herbs and spices into its arrangements, as well as other nontraditional elements like succulents and kale. Good enough to eat? Not quite, but definitely good enough to have and to hold.
200 Franklin Street, Greenpoint; (347) 721-3280
This shop (that's attached to a bar!) prides itself on heavily mixed romantic and seasonal bouquets with loose, flowing blossoms and greens for brides of all budgets.
1118 Cortelyou Road, Ditmas Park; (347) 240-5850