Thanks to inspiration from Sherwood Florist and Gifts, we bring to you some of the best gift ideas for flower arrangers and florists. These gifts are great ideas for them after the events they help with – whether it’s a wedding, birthday, anniversary party, business function, or holiday like Christmas or Easter.

We hand-picked some of our favorite gifts from among the millions available on Amazon.

1. The Flower Recipe Book – Best for Floral Designers

The designers from Studio Choo, the hottest floral design shop in the country, bring you the flower-arranging bible.

The florist in your life can always use a bit more inspiration. If they’ve been in the business long enough, they’ve likely heard of Studio Choo, founded by Alethea Harampolis and Jill Rizzo.

With 100 ideas, 40 step-by-step recipes and 400 photos, they’ll have endless concepts to draw from.

Editorial reviews call it required reading and the perfect gift for the spring. Others say it draws from seasonal concepts with easy arrangement guidance. The perfect combination of practical and beautiful.

Amazon reviewers love that it’s easy to understand and the step-by-step instructions are easy to read.

Some complain that the instruction is not enough and the ingredients are hard to find.

2. Floral Mask – Perfect for COVID-19 Protection

Your favorite florist can stay healthy and protected while being very on-brand for their profession.

We all have to wear masks anyways, might as well make the best of this. This black fabric face mask with pink flowers is just the look your favorite flower arranger needs this year.

There are tons of additional variations, and with over 3,800 5-star reviews, you can’t argue with that.

Reviewers say it fits great and fits perfectly. It’s easy to breathe and talk through. One reviewer even bought four of these!

3. Florals By Hand: How to Draw and Design Modern Floral Projects – Great for Artists

This inspiring drawing book inspires floral artists to sketch out their vision.

While not all florists love to draw, many need to sketch out their ideas on paper before bringing the ideas to life. Flowers are expensive, and paper is cheap!

This spiral-bound book teaches readers step-by-step how to draw flowers and plants. The author Alli Koch, is based in Dallas and teaches art classes to students around the world. This book brings it all to gether.

Reviewers say this book is 100% worth it, and an amazingly beautiful book.