Best of Boston

Best Florist

2022 Best Florist

The Centerpiece Flower Shop

West Roxbury
Nothing cheers up a space like a gorgeous bouquet of fresh flowers. And these days, no one’s spreading more flower-powered joy than ángel Diaz. With [...] read more»
2021 Best Florist

Bloom Couture Floral Studio

Flowers, at their essence, are really just plain fun. And no one has more fun with flowers than Suphoj Chancheaw, who infuses each of his [...] read more»
2019 Best Florist

Flores Mantilla

Although a fixture on the floral scene for decades, Nancy Mantilla didn’t realize her dream of opening a Boston shop until 2017. But her reputation [...] read more»
2017 Best Florist

Orly Khon Floral Boutique

Boston has its fair share of both floral shops and high-end designers, but Orly Khon Floral Boutique gives us the best of both worlds. Khon's [...] read more»
2016 Best Florist

LauraJean Floral & Event Design

LauraJean Pecci is a flower-wrangling genius, as evidenced by her minimal succulent bouquets, over-the-top centerpieces, and window boxes overflowing with posies. read more»
2015 Best Florist

Table & Tulip

Owner Andrea Halliday and her team create pieces ranging from fragrant, fresh strung garlands to mossy terrariums with carefully perched succulents. Simple and modern or [...] read more»
2014 Best Florist

New Leaf Flores

Jamaica Plain
Daniel Lopez-Ospina and Jeb Taylor work with flowers—plus virtually everything that grows—with fearless abandon, adding pops of aloe vera or bamboo into their bold compositions. [...] read more»
2014 Best Florist, Wedding

Forêt Design Studio

First comes love, then comes the wedding florist, who can singularly set the tone for your big day. Ensure a blossoming affair with Rose Mattos [...] read more»
2013 Best Florist

Lotus Designs

Earlier this year, Lotus relocated from Columbus to Tremont, and on crisp days, the shop's ambrosial array of flowers spills out onto the sidewalks. Watch [...] read more»
2013 Best Florist, Wedding

Table & Tulip

Succulent-filled terrarium centerpieces. Hanging flower chandeliers. Green walls of plants cascading from Woolly Pocket planters. If you can dream it, Andrea Halliday and her petal-obsessed [...] read more»