Flowers for That Special Someone:
Discovering Some of the Best Florists in Woodland Hills
The relaxing yet intoxicating smell of lush, vibrant roses…the serene, calming effect a bouquet of sunflowers exude…the way a vivid grouping of carnations can bring a smile to just about any face. There’s an inherent magnetism and magic within fresh flowers that’s difficult to describe, but there’s no denying their sheer aesthetic and emotional appeal at weddings, when presenting them to a romantic interest or as a get-well gesture. Indeed, there’s a reason why most guys are told to give flowers to their sweetheart as a method for “getting out of the doghouse.”
Throughout the entire L.A. district, there are a myriad of florists satisfying the entire range of the budgetary spectrum – from the over-the-top needs of swanky celebrity and who’s who weddings to the requirements of formidable backyard graduation bashes. In the Woodland Hills community, florist shops also run the proverbial aesthetic gamut from simple and understated to wild and romantic, with everything in between. Let’s take a look at what many local residents have been calling some the best florists in Woodland Hills…and why they’ve been assigned this moniker.
Flowers by Orie, located at 4700 Degovia Avenue, is an award-winning event florist serving the Woodland Hills and surrounding Los Angeles areas. Specializing in weddings and other special occasions, all of this shop’s work is custom and uniquely based on clients’ budgets and floral selections. The Flowers by Orie staff helps clients transform their visions for the perfect floral arrangement into vivid reality through experienced floral designers, the freshest of flowers, proven quality and exceptional value. Further, the shop has been recognized by WeddingWire’s Bride’s Choice Awards panel as a premium bridal flower supplier for 2010 through 2015.
Woodland Warner Flowers, situated at 21212 Ventura Boulevard, has been proudly serving Woodland Hills, the Warner Center area and the entire San Fernando Valley since 1989. Family owned and operated with two locations servicing the aforementioned geographical locations, Woodland Warner Flowers remains committed to offering only the finest floral arrangements and gifts, backed by service that has been called “friendly and prompt” by the business’ legions of satisfied customers. This all-encompassing flower outlet stocks fresh selections for all types of occasions and scenarios including anniversaries, birthdays, new baby celebrations, love and romance, get well, thank you, proms, weddings and sympathy.
Rambling Rose Floral and Events, at 22428 Gilmore Street in West Hills, joins our roundup as a full-service florist proudly serving West Hills and the surrounding areas with premium fresh flowers, unique giftware and live plants for simple “thinking of you” moments, holidays, new baby celebrations, sympathy needs, anniversaries or birthdays. The shop’s courteous staff stands ready to assist customers with placing orders for local or international delivery, and when it comes to weddings and special events, Rambling Rose can put together an experience that is timeless and traditional, or sleek and contemporary, based on individual style and budget.
Abbey’s Flower Garden, located in the heart of Woodland Hills at 22037 Ventura Boulevard, is another family owned and operated entry in our roundup, dedicated to presenting only the most premium of gifts and floral arrangements. Thoroughly supported by impeccable service that is courteous and responsive, Abbey’s specializes in high-end wedding arrangements at a reasonable price, its staff always going the extra mile to make each client’s floral experience perfect.
Like painting, cooking or even writing, preparing an elaborate, lavish floral arrangement is often considered a work of art – i.e. not everyone can do it. If your next big occasion calls for a luxurious, colorful and visually dazzling flower design, the shops included in this “best florists in Woodland Hills” roundup bring to the table professional experience, impressive selection and raw passion for the art form that is floral work.