We're changing the culture of wedding flowers.

Get ready to cross "Wedding Flowers" off your list. Start with an easy style quiz, and jump into exploring your floral proposal instantly. One of our floral experts is standing by to help you get the wedding flowers of your dreams, on your budget.

More than 1,300 couples have chosen Poppy for their wedding flowers. See why.

Why choose Poppy?

Our founder studied under the chief floral designer at The White House, where the idea for Poppy first began. That’s why quality and precision will always be an essential part of what we do. Our team has personally selected every one of our designers in 52 markets across the US. It doesn’t get better than Poppy.

Typical budget $2K
$249 Deposit
Instant Proposal Access
Flexible until 60 days prior
Sustainable, Farm Direct Flowers ($)
Constant Support
Traditional Florist
Typical budget $6K
$500+ Deposit
1-3 Weeks for Proposal
Inflexible contracts
Wholesale flowers ($$$)
Limited Communication

“Working with Poppy was a dream come true. I had an amazing experience and my flowers turned out beautiful.”

For their micro wedding and Zoom reception, Brittany envisioned soft white florals to contrast with the layout of their modern apartment. We fulfilled her vision by crafting a structured yet striking bouquet with creamy white anemones, ranunculus and mondial roses.

Brittany + Shawn
October 1, 2020

"Poppy knocked my wedding flowers out of the park."

Rose loved the idea of infusing her micro wedding with organic wild flowers. Her bouquet was filled to the brim with locally grown dahlias and accented with coral ranunculus, garden roses, and cascading greenery to evoke feelings of an English garden.

Colorful Summer Rooftop Microwedding
September 1, 2021

"The arrangements were beautiful! There was even a local foraged vine in my bouquet, a personal touch I just loved!"

Nicole envisioned an organic, whimsical style bouquet, which we brought to life through peachy garden roses, yellow ranunculus, blush anemones, light pink solomio, yellow craspedia and locally sourced greenery to tie it all together.

Nicole + Alex
June 1, 2020

"We were hoping for a colorful and fun take on a Hindu wedding, and Poppy nailed it."

Heirloom carnations, bright marigolds, roses, and burgundy mums were combined for Anuja and Rob's traditionally-decorated Hindu backyard, micro wedding.

Anuja + Rob
October 1, 2020

"We couldn't be more grateful for Poppy this year!"

Stephanie defined her floral style as organic, earthy and locally grown with bursts of gold and orange accented with blush and blue. They got married in the romantic fog of the Shenandoah mountains surrounded by their closest family and friends. Their joyous smiles shine through the mist, warm florals in hand, as they commit to one another on their big day.

Stephanie + Zach
September 1, 2020

"Poppy went above and beyond to make my day even better than I had ever imagined possible."

This desert wedding was outside the box, glamorous, rich, and alive. We love the deeper, bolder take on this palette, as if earthtones got drunk and didn't mind. The tapered terracotta vases look fantastic against such lush and gilded circumstances.

Vampire Weekend
May 1, 2021

Our most commonly asked questions

How much do wedding flowers cost?

Most couples spend about 8-10% of their total wedding budget on flowers. If you work with a traditional florist, you’ll come up against high minimums (pricing usually starts around $4,000) and black out dates. The price of flowers for most Poppy weddings is between $1,500 and $3,000 all-in, including white glove delivery and installation, and we can work with any date. We recognize that, like everything for your big day, wedding florals are a big investment, and the details really matter. Poppy works with you to understand your highest priorities and always presents you with ideas and solutions at multiple price points, so you can choose the option that fits your budget without ever compromising on quality or style.

What wedding flowers are available at different points of the year?

Everyone has their favorite wedding flowers—from peonies to garden roses to dahlias to magnolias, we hear requests for all types of showy blooms. Of course, most flowers are only available for a few months of each year. Since all Poppy flowers are delivered to your wedding straight from one of our farms, we focus on sourcing and designing with a variety of stems that are fresh and most beautiful right at the time of your wedding.

No matter the time of year, we guarantee beautiful, show-stopping stems for your big day.

Here’s a snapshot of what’s typically in season in each month:

  • Flowers available for winter weddings (December, January, February): Paperwhites, Poinsettias, Amaryllis, Hellebores.
  • Flowers available for Spring weddings (March, April, May): Peonies, Poppies, Orchids, Tulips.
  • Flowers available for Summer weddings (June, July, August): Hydrangeas, Sunflowers, Gardenias, Zinnias.
  • Flowers available for Fall weddings (September, October, November): Dahlias, Cosmos, Sunflower, Aster.
  • Some flowers are available year-round like Roses, Ranunculus, and Anemone.

When should you order wedding flowers?

As soon as you’ve selected a venue and a date for your wedding, it’s time to start planning your wedding flowers. Poppy recommends designing and ordering florals with us between 5 and 7 months before your wedding date.

How does Poppy work?

Poppy is your full-service wedding florist.

As a Poppy couple, you'll have a dedicated team of floral experts working together to bring your vision to life.

  1. Your Wedding Specialist will guide you to florals selections perfectly suited to your vision.
  2. Your Design Specialist will join in 60 days before your event to ensure every last detail is covered and coordinate with your planner or coordinator.
  3. Your Poppy Designer, working together with the rest of your team, will design and install your florals on the big day.

All of your preferences, notes, and logistics are saved in one streamlined, centralized online hub. You can even invite other key vendors, like your planner, venue coordinator or photographer, to review your floral details.