frequently asked questions
Q: HOW DO WE SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION?
A: You may send an inquiry through our contact form and fill out a new client questionnaire (found below) and we will get in touch.
Q: HOW MUCH IS YOUR RETAINER AND WHAT IS YOUR PAYMENT SCHEDULE?
A: Our retainer is 25% of the initial contract, with the remaining balance due (15) days before your wedding/event date. However, most clients choose to make this last payment (30) days before the event when their final floral changes are due.
Q: ONCE I BOOK - CAN I MAKE CHANGES TO MY CONTRACT?
A: Absolutely! Changes may be made up until 3 weeks before the wedding. To request a change, you may simply email or call us. Email is preferred.
Q: DO YOU HAVE A MINIMUM BUDGET?
A: No, we do not!
Q: HOW DOES DELIVERY, SETUP, & TEARDOWN WORK?
A: All delivery, setup, and teardown is included in the proposal already, unless discussed otherwise. We arrive for delivery and setup per the time provided by the bride, planner and/or venue.
Q: DO I GET TO KEEP THE FLOWERS AFTER MY EVENT?
A: Yes! You are more than welcome to keep the floral but cannot keep any of the hardgoods. We will com back for teardown to gather the vases, candles, pedestals, branches, arch rentals etc.
Q: WHAT FLOWERS ARE IN SEASON FOR MY WEDDING?
A: Flowers availability differs throughout the year! While we will do our best to find your favorite flowers, we always have beautiful back up options for you to choose from as well.
Q: WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW ABOUT COMPARING FLORAL BIDS?
A: Most people take the following factors into consideration, to plan appropriately and get their costs down to a more reasonable level:
Variety of Floral
Finding less expensive alternative flowers to the exotic and most popular varieties will save money. Using greenery and budget-friendly filler flowers around a few expensive stems in each bouquet also minimize costs.
Season of Wedding
Choosing flowers that are in season will ensure your florist has plenty on hand and has no need to make a special order. Seasonal floral can be found from local suppliers.
Size of Wedding Party
The more people in your wedding party, the more bouquets, corsages, and table centerpieces you'll need.
The more individual tables you’ll have, the more you’ll need to allocate on guest centerpieces.