Honeycomb Florals


With the philosophy that flowers are best when used daily, Honeycomb Florals specializes in design for events (I’m looking at you, brides), special occasions (love you, mom), and day-to-day arrangements (treat yo-self, amiright?). We seek out sustainably sourced flowers to bring you the greenest arrangements and designs in the CSRA. Led by Mallory Stephens, Honeycomb takes a lighthearted and personal approach to meeting your floral needs for the many special occasions in your life.

We've brought our appreciation of all things lovely and green from Monterey, CA to Augusta, GA. Outside of our customer's homes, we've had our work in Enterprise Mill, Casa Munras Garden Hotel & Spa, Hotel Pacific, and have been published in The Southeastern BrideThe Overwhelmed Bride Blog and Aisle Society. Our goal is to provide customers, friends, and families with unique, earthy designs to accent their events and homes. 

...she brought every single dream I had to life! Those flowers were absolutely stunning. You can tell she’s super passionate about what she does.
— J. P.
Mallory is so talented and has such vision. What’s more, she has the detail oriented personality and organization to back up her creative vision and execute it to perfection. She is such a joy to work with and will add to any event or special occasion.
— R. K.
Not only is Mallory at Honeycomb organized and hard working she is also extremely talented and creative when it comes to floral design!
— B. N.
[Honeycomb] knocked it out of the park!!
— G. M.
Your creations were perfect!
— D. M.
Thank you so much for all you did, you made our wedding so beautiful.
— J. S.

Meet Mallory




Mallory Stephens

Owner, Designer


I love bringing my clients vision to life with living foliage and flowers. When I’m not swooning over stems you can find me walking through the woods with my new baby boy and the dog-child, adding too many things to my wishlist on Etsy while trying to meal plan, or scheming up what I’ll plant in my spring garden. My musical tastes are stuck in 2016’s aptly named '“screamo” genre, and I would like nothing more than to meet in person and pretend I don’t still listen to The Sound of Animals Fighting and Matchbook Romance when driving around town on a cool winter day. :)