An extension of 3 Porch Farm, Moonflower believes the beauty of floral arrangements is exponentially more fascinating, gorgeous and meaningful when the elements are in season, locally harvested, incredibly fresh and set free from the confines of tradition–and reach out to explore motion and space. They design their wedding & event florals according to a calendar of seasonal blooms, available April through mid-October. 



Chattahoochee Queen


This urban farm and specialty cut flower business lovingly grows its blooms from seed. Its sustainably-grown, seasonal blooms can be found at the Grant Park Farmers Market, and by request for weddings and other special events.

French Market Flowers


Relying on the seasons and local growers for its always locally-grown bouqs and arrangements for weddings, events and workshops, these Slow Flowers members don’t offer the same flowers over and over, like roses and carnations. Instead, they will match customer’s color and style preferences with a unique variety of seasonal blooms grown on their farm in Coweta County.

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