PRESS / MEDIA

RECENT PRESS & FEATURES

The Coastal Succulent is proud to have been featured in the following publications. For press inquires please reach out to us at [email protected]

succulent bouquet

WEDDING WIRE

MARCH 2021 | weddingwire.com

21 Beach Wedding Bouquets to Carry at Your Waterfront Ceremony

succulent installation

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH MAGAZINE

MARCH 2021 | wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com

Seen in “The Pinnacle of River Place”

The Coastal Succulent Press

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH MAGAZINE

OCT 2020 | wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com

Seen in “A Golf Course Getaway”

The Coastal Succulent Press

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH MAGAZINE

SEPT 2020 | wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com

Seen in “Oceanfront Retreat”

The Coastal Succulent Press

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH MAGAZINE

JULY 2020 | wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com

Seen in “Living Outdoors”

Inspiration Lab

THE INSPIRATION LAB

SPRING 2020 | theinspirationlab.com

“…for super stylish, one-of-a-kind succulent designs delivered right to your doorstep. They offer real and faux arrangements, and these make great gifts as well!”

NEST Magazine

NEST MAGAZINE

SUMMER 2019 | read full article

“Who doesn’t love a beautiful succulent arrangement? The muted tones, interesting textures, and universal appeal make them an ideal decorative element.”

Southern Living Magazine

SOUTHERN LIVING MAGAZINE

JULY 2018 | southernliving.com

Wrigthsville Beach Magazine

WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH MAGAZINE

JULY 2018 | wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com

Seen in “Old Made New”

Our State Magazine

OUR STATE MAGAZINE

FEBRUARY 2018 | ourstatemagazine.com

“It was the idea of bringing the desert beauty of succulents to North Carolina’s coast that lead two UNCW Wilmington alums to open a design studio specializing in “succulent interiorscapes.”

Their modern terrariums and potted arrangements, which incorporate coastal elements like driftwood and sand, bring a hint of nature into your home – with minimal upkeep.

UNCW Magazine

UNCW MAGAZINE

SUMMER 2018 | read full article

“By combining succulents with materials native to North Carolina, they were able to fuse Pacific coast plants with Atlantic coast flair”

Salt Water Wife

THE SALT WATER WIFE

SPRING 2015 | thesaltwaterwife.com

“It’s a coastal succulent, and I’m o.b.s.e.s.s.e.d.”