Bloom Poet is a full-service floral and event design studio in Seattle, Washington serving engaged couples who are ready to create a meaningful and breathtaking experience for their wedding day. You want your wedding day to dazzle - to tell the story of your love, while also standing out. No two of our weddings are alike, because no two couples are alike. Bloom Poet believes that your wedding should reflect you - nothing less - and that it's about more than just "pretty flowers." You might not think you're creative, but you definitely have an idea about what your wedding should look like. Owner and lead artist Carolyn Kulb will work with you to design a wedding day that elevates your ideas, refines your vision, and brings stunning creations to life that infuse your energy, your intentions, and your story. Carolyn loves collaborating with vibrant, wonderful, creative couples like you to craft a memorable experience for you and your guests.
Bloom Poet offers wedding floral design and destination wedding florals. All wedding floral design services include a wide variety of traditional flower arrangements for both the wedding party and the event space, such as bouquets, centerpieces, and floral installations. Bloom Poet also specializes in innovative floral creations, including wearable flowers, flower installations such as chandeliers and pillars, and other one-of-a-kind, modern designs. The team also provides event design services, which helps couples achieve an overall aesthetic for their wedding. This includes sourcing and renting items like archways, vases, candles, stationary, linens, and table settings for a cohesive look. Bloom Poet only takes on a certain number of events each year, in order to provide the highest level of service to couples who want a trusted creative partner and floral design expert.
Bloom Poet serves couples in the Puget Sound area of Washington, including Seattle, Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, Shoreline, the islands, and beyond. Although they are based in Seattle, the team travels domestically and internationally for weddings and celebrations of all kinds.
Images 1-9: Missy Palacol Photography
Images 10-17: Luna+Lion Photography
Images 18-23: Ariena Photography
Images 24-28: Between the Pine
Images 29-34: Suzanne Rothmeyer Photograpy
Please note: We've recently changed our name - previously, we were Folk Art Flowers.
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Carolyn Kulb is the founder and lead artist of Bloom Poet—a full-service wedding florist and event design company based in Seattle, Washington. Bloom Poet serves couples ready to create a meaningful and breathtaking experience for their wedding day. Carolyn helps couples dream big, embrace new ideas, and look to nature and their wedding destination for inspiration.
Carolyn’s design work has been featured in national publications such as Flower Magazine, Aisle Society, Well Wedded Magazine, Trends Magazine, and Houzz.com. She has been invited to design, teach, and present across the country, including the Northwest Flower and Garden Show, the Slow Flowers Podcast, and American Flowers Week.
Carolyn believes that floral design is an art form, meant to tell the stories of our love. Carolyn wed her college sweetheart 12 years ago so they could serve in the Peace Corps together in Africa. After living in four countries and traveling in many more, Carolyn continues to draw upon multicultural art, architecture, and design influences in the way she crafts experiences for couples. She believes that in our culture, flowers are used to signify our most universal human experiences, and to tell our stories in ways that words cannot. This confluence of art, exploring cultural traditions, and helping people celebrate their milestones is what brought Carolyn to floral design years ago - and why she continues to love doing it.
In her free time, you can find Carolyn cuddling with her senior kitty, laughing with her husband, plotting where to travel next, tending her flower garden, writing music, spending time with friends, and learning Italian.