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BB Podcast Episode 70: Lauren Palmer + Leah Palmer

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(L-R) Leah Palmer, Lauren Palmer, Callie Palmer | Monica Burgess Photography

Today we’re visiting with Lauren Palmer & Leah Palmer, owners of The Wild Mother located in the Arts District, Downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on Kickapoo, Osage, Wichita, & Comanche land. What a pleasure to discuss the following topics with these women:

  • why they refer to The Wild Mother as a Creative Studio rather than a Floral Studio
  • the story behind the name of their business
  • how their branding process honors their personalities and the memories of their ancestors
  • the unique way they consult with wedding clients using Floral Stories
  • the role of storytelling in their business
  • the advantages of using a CRM (Client Relationship Management) tool
  • how they appeal to their ideal clients
  • the investment their parents and grandparents made in their lives through art
  • how they plan to use art to honor their ancestors and bless their descendants

Peach neutral bouquet of roses and peonies designed by The Wild Mother sitting in a glass on water on a table

Blue Elephant Photography | Bethany Faber Wedding & Event Planning

Chelsea Reece Photography | Savy Social Co


Floral arrangement of dahlias, sweet peas, roses and strawflowers designed in a bowl by The Wild Mother sitting on a wooden lazy susan LEARN MORE ABOUT THE WILD MOTHER HERE:

Website | Instagram | Facebook | PinterestTikTok: @twmcreativestudio

Wedding couple on steps of courthouse and bride is holding a pastel bouquet by The Wild Mother

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Co-Hosts: Amy McGee (Botanical Brouhaha) + Maggie Bailey (Bramble & Bee)

BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Landon McGee

If you enjoyed our chat with Lauren & Leah, you might also enjoy our interview with Lauren & Rachel, co-owners of Sweet Root Village. Click here to listen.




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