A Little Modern.
A little Antique.
A lot Unique.
Andrea Johnson Floral Design creates for weddings, video/photo shoots, events, and corporate launches. We create everything from large scale installations, floral set design, event flowers, and more. Our team works closely with each client to create a truly unique floral design aesthetic with our own twist. Your experience with Andrea Johnson Floral Design is promised to be artful, and unexpected.
The studio is currently accepting all wedding, photoshoot, and event inquiries for 2023.
The studio is fully booked for 2022.
We are based in Arthur Ontario, serving Southern Ontario and beyond.
Andrea's work, and writing, has been featured internationally; most notably in GQ South Africa.
We love designing perfectly unique floral recipes for weddings. Each wedding we design is truly unique and we book a limited number each season. Our full service wedding minimum is $6000 before HST. Fill out our Wedding Form and we will get back to you to book a free consultation.
Floral designs for personal photoshoots, branded content, marketing campaigns, events, and launches make us so excited! We have endless ideas to bring your vision to life. Fill out our Photoshoot Form and we will get back to you to start collaborating.
A little modern. A little antique. A lot unique. You’ll find touches of what is on trend, what has always been classic, with a unique twist that's all our own. We strive for creative, exclusive design profiles, and never the same thing twice. Read more about Andrea's design approach and her Story.
Andrea Johnson Floral Design is located at 145 Charles Street East in Arthur, Ontario. It is important to us to stay connected with our community and help it bloom! So check out Our Community page to see the latest news on what we are doing and for local offerings! And be sure to stop by and say hi!
What our Clients SAY
“Andrea is an absolute pleasure to work with. We collaborated on a styled shoot here at Gilbertsville Farmhouse and she was so easy to talk to and very organized.”
— Gilbertsville Farmhouse