Holly Chapple Flowers

About UsFirst and foremost, we are artists at Holly Heider Chapple Flowers LTD. Very busy artists, working across multiple divisions.Second, we are family. And much of the work across these divisions is focused on bringing you into our family.ABOUT OUR FLORAL DESIGN STUDIOWidely featured throughout the wedding and event industry, Holly’s floral work has been published in Martha Stewart, Southern Living, Country Living, Brides, The Knot, Washingtonian, Southern Weddings, Virginia Living, In Touch Weekly Magazine, Flower Magazine, Engaged Magazine, Elegant Bride and Weddings Unveiled, in addition to many stylish blogs and local publications.If you want to become one of our brides or grooms or corporate clients, you’re on the right site. Here, you can explore our galleries and inquire about booking with us. We’d be thrilled to be a part of your story.ABOUT OUR FARMAfter successfully running her floral and event design business from her home-based studio for 23 years, Holly’s entrepreneurial spirit led her to the acquisition of Hope Flower Farm, just two miles from her family home and design studio in Loudoun County, Virginia. In the manor house, barns, and flower fields of Hope, Holly found infinite inspiration and the perfect place to expand her highly sought after teaching and mentoring services.Beyond being a functioning flower farm and key floral source for our design work, Hope is also the basecamp for our in-person educational opportunities, as well as a venue and bed and breakfast. We hope you visit us.ABOUT OUR EDUCATIONHolly has been teaching floral design for over a decade. Her primary focus remains what it was in the beginning: mentor and teach current and would-be flower professionals about designing and delivering stunning wedding and event florals, all while running a profitable business. Over time, her offerings have evolved to include education for flower hobbyists and dreamers—students pondering entering the industry.Check out our education listing to explore what opportunities there are to learn from us at Hope Flower Farm, around the world, or online from the comfort of your home.ABOUT OUR COLLECTIVEIn 2010, Holly asked the floral designers following her blog and social media, “Does anyone want to meet me in New York?” They did. After years of offering advice, guidance, and moral support to fellow designers on social media, Holly designed a conference for them to meet and study together in person for the first time. And so Chapel Designers—the first organization of its kind—was born. This network of like-minded industry professionals came together under Holly, whom they called “Flower Mama,” and now Chapel Designers from all over the world meet to study together all over the world.Learn more about Chapel Designers events and what it takes to join the collective.