Does your fee include delivery?
Whether your budget is $500 or $5000, you’re going to want to prioritize. If your budget falls on the lower end of the spectrum, focus on your personal flowers to get the biggest bang for your buck – bridal bouquet, bridesmaid bouquets, boutonnieres – since these items will be photographed the most. From there, think about what you might need for ceremony and reception décor. What items are the most important to you? Are you getting married in a Church that doesn’t allow outside decorations, or maybe your venue is picturesque enough without the extra flowers and foliage? How many guest tables will you have at the reception and what size/shape are they? We hope to foster an environment where you feel comfortable speaking to us openly and honestly. Lean on us to help you decide what will most help you get the overall look and feel you are trying to achieve.
How do I get my event confirmed on your calendar?
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When/If you are ready to book, there is a contract and a deposit. Receipt of these two items is what officially gets your event on our calendar.
How far in advance of my wedding date should I start this process?
We begin working with most of our Clients 6 - 12 months before the actual wedding. Having said that, my honest advice - with any wedding vendor - is that if you have someone in mind that you love, don't hesitate to at least make initial contact with them. While I know some vendors will not take events that are more than 12 - 18 months away, there is no harm in asking, and at least getting your name on someone's radar.
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Once I've signed the contract, can I still make changes to my order?
Yes, any delivery/set-up/breakdown fees will be included as a line item at the bottom of your proposal.
Do you offer coordination services?
While we try to keep our main focus on the floral side of things, we do offer day-of coordination services as our schedule allows. Pricing starts at $1000.
Do you have a minimum?
At this time, we do not have a minimum. Prices are done a-la-carte, and are based on the types of flowers we use and the actual size of your arrangements.
Absolutely! We will always plan to do a final consult about 4 weeks before your wedding, and you are welcome to make changes up until that point.
I recently got engaged and am trying to set a budget. How much should I allocate for flowers?
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What if what I want is way more than I can afford?
When it comes to setting a budget for wedding flowers, the sky really is the limit! Some online resources advise you to set aside 8% – 10% of your total wedding budget for flowers, and that’s honestly a great place to start. Regardless of where your budget falls, it can be a difficult conversation to have, but it is one that I urge you to have early on in the process - with all of your wedding vendors. It doesn’t do anyone any good if you’re looking at a proposal for $5000 when your true budget is $500.