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Black Owned Florists in Dallas

Flower Gworls!

 

Shoutout to all the amazing Black Owned Florists shops in the DFW Metroplex! There are a LOT! Check out which one is the closest to you.



1. Bad and Blooming - Plano

Bad and Blooming is a Black, queer woman-owned floral business based in Plano, Texas. Working to bring inclusivity to the world of flowers, they pride themselves in creating without borders. Established in 2021, their forever goal is to provide high-quality arrangements for any occasion.


2. BLOMME TE AMO - Fort Worth

Blomme Te Amo is a luxury floral design business located in Dallas-Fort Worth, TX. They provide florals for retail, weddings, events, photoshoots, and everyday design. They are known for their unique aesthetic, offering a range of eclectic bouquets and arrangements. They feel blessed to be able to cultivate a pleasant and beautiful experience with each design and for every client.


3. By M Squared® - Cedar Hill

By M Squared® is an event decor company in the Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas, area that provides florals, and décor for weddings and events of all kinds! They offer custom florals, and event décor creation + styling. Their team delivers exactly what you want to make your wedding, or event, a dream come true!


Glamorous weddings with Southern Charm and Traditional Touches. All Inclusive Wedding Floral, Design and Decor.


5. Flowers To Go - Fort Worth

A unique floral design studio that offers many services as well as custom arrangements for any occasion. They provide everyday deliveries to businesses and residences, funeral and sympathy flowers, plants, wedding and special event designs. Their design team creates stunning arrangements for any occasion offering expert advice on varieties and choices of flowers, colors, size and styles. A unique floral design studio located in the heart of beautiful Sundance Square in Fort Worth, TX. At Flowers To Go, their arrangements are always unique and inspiring, and our fresh-cut flowers ensure long-lasting enjoyment for any recipients.



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