Peaches Floral Co. Pops Up Throughout O.C.

Florist and owner Sydney Sievers shares how she started popping up at local coffee shops and salons.
Photograph courtesy of Wyld Honey Photography

Starting a company in quarantine …
Before the pandemic, I worked for a flower shop, and I loved the creativeness of it and seeing the smiles on customers’ faces. During quarantine, I started my own Instagram page and posted (arrangements) I’d make at home and for friends and family—and then it took off like crazy. I got in contact with a few coffee shops in Huntington Beach and Costa Mesa, and I started to put arrangements in there weekly. I started to go to salons, and that picked up very fast and then people were asking me if I wanted to do pop-up shops.

What to expect at a pop-up …
I’d say my style is more bohemian, farmhouse, boho chic. I’ve done some modern pieces before for some clients, too. I have a bunch of arrangements starting from little bud vases from $30 all the way up to arrangements that people want to put on their dining table, which can range anywhere from $100 to $150. I also have wreaths and a single-stem bar. People can message or email me with a specific arrangement they want in color, size, price range, and then if they don’t want to pick it up at the pop-up, I’ve been delivering like crazy, too.

Additional services …
I started booking a ton of weddings and events including baby showers. I also host workshops. I’ll bring everything and teach you guys to make the wreaths for two hours.

See her creations!

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