Hey friend!

My name is Kimberly Paladino and I am the proud owner of Three Poppies. I’d like to take just a minute and tell you about myself, Andy, my boys, and how Three Poppies came to be. I purchased Conway’s Classic Touch in the Summer of 2019 in hopes to move away from a corporate work place and into a space of creativity where I could be designer, Mom, Wife, and Friend. These are the titles who encompass who I am.

Conway’s Classic Touch has been a part of our community for thirty plus years. I’ve loved every minute of writing my own chapter of its story, getting to know our fantastic clients, and making a long standing tradition our own. This Summer, I felt a tug at my heart take Classic Touch and move it into its next chapter as Three Poppies. The number three has a big significance in our family. If you’ve ever met my husband and I, then you’ve also met our BP3. Beckett, Bennett, and Bash are our “living” Three Poppies and the inspiration for our new name. They are our everything and being Mom and Dad is our favorite role to play.

Now, back to Andy. He’s Dad, Husband, and guiding compass for our family. He lives these titles out everyday in our lives and also while serving as a proud and loyal servicemen of the United States Air Force Reserve. The red poppy is known around the world as the symbol for remembrance for any fallen soldiers. As a military family, we wanted to honor Andy’s service and all service men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice. 

We are so excited to bring to life Three Poppies and continue the long standing history of customer service, florals, and design that the Conway community has come to know and love started by Conway’s Classic Touch. If you’re still reading, thank you for helping make this dreamer's dream a reality and we look forward to seeing you downtown at 1016 Oak Street.

Love + Petals