Getting to the root of floral design, wedding planning, & creative business
Where our Flowers Come From
By developing deep, mutually beneficial relationships with key wholesalers, and sourcing directly from farms, we're able to get the best pricing in the market, and we pass those savings on to our customers.
2021 Wedding Flower Trends
With weddings trending smaller and more casual, detailed and personal florals have become a decor staple. We have all the details on 2021 Wedding Trends here.
Micro-Wedding: Anuja + Rob
This past October, we worked with Anuja and Rob on their modern Indian microwedding in Georgetown. They originally planned for a wedding in May 2021, but realized that with the pandemic, there’s no time like the present.
South Asian Weddings
We were honored to work with several South Asian brides last summer, as they planned their weddings through the coronavirus pandemic. Paying homage to tradition, each couple brought their own unique aesthetic and style to their wedding.
Micro-Wedding: Rose + Dave
Rose and Dave, one of our first Poppy couples, literally tied the knot with a traditional Irish handfasting ceremony, overlooking DC at one of their favorite restaurants, O-ku Sushi.
Mackenzie + Jake Plan Their Special Day
With the pandemic affecting so much of their story already, Mackenzie has one dream for her wedding: for Dr. Anthony Fauci to officiate!
Micro-Wedding: Becca + John
Despite all the uncertainty in the planning process, Becca and John still had the beautiful wedding that they’d dreamed of. “Poppy made my vision come true, even though things felt so up in the air,” said Becca. “I was worried it wasn’t even going to happen. So for it to exceed my expectations was incredible.”
Micro-Wedding: Brittany + Shawn
With very little motivation to leave the house on a cold January evening in 2017, Brittany almost cancelled her plans to go out. In a “Sliding Doors” moment, she rallied and ended up spending the evening at Drafting Table, where she met her husband Shawn playing Connect Four.
Learn Floral Design
Flowers make people happy. They are an immune booster for the soul. Take some time for yourself to get creative, disconnect from the world, and make something beautiful with your hands.
About The Dirt
At The Dirt, we share tips on how to stay calm, cool and collected while planning a wedding, hype creative women in business we admire, and give an insider’s view to the floral supply chain. Dig in.