White Poppy has been featured in an article in the first edition of a new bridal publication, Arizona Bride. Examples of our design were proudly displayed in the article, and our Head Designer, Jeanne Birmingham, was quoted for the publication. Copies of the January 2005 Arizona Bride Magazine are available on newsstands at local Borders Books & Music, AJ’s Fine Foods, and Safeway.
On January 1, 2005, Sweet Peas Floral Design in Phoenix, AZ changed its name to White Poppy. Expect to receive all of the great benefits of being a Sweet Peas client, including first class service, unique floral designs and individual attention to detail. Our design team has not changed, leaving Jeanne Birmingham as the Head Designer of your important engagement.
In the March/April 2004 article “Flowers – So Many Choices”, The Wedding Chronicle chose to feature seven bridal bouquets designed by Sweet Peas Floral Design (now White Poppy). We are pleased to have the opportunity to share our designs in “Arizona’s largest wedding event newspaper.” Readers can pick up their free copy of The Wedding Chronicle at Dillard’s, Robinsons-May, Border’s Books & Music, AJ’s Fine Foods, and fine bridal shops throughout Central Arizona.
A bouquet created by White Poppy’s Head Designer, Jeanne Birmingham, was prominently featured in Phoenix Bride & Groom’s article, “Three Florists and a Wedding”. Phoenix Bride & Groom can be found in select bookstores and supermarkets in the Greater Phoenix Area. The magazine is also available at select bridal shows and in over 75 prestigious reception sites throughout the valley.