Frequently Asked Questions


Q. How many weddings can you do in one weekend?

A. We’ve completed as many as 4 weddings in one weekend.  However, the more established we get (and the older we get!) we have learned that 2 is the magic number!  We have several well trained drivers that can assist in setting up the weddings, as well as several designers who help make your florals beautiful!  Of course, it also depends on the size of the events, and we use our best judgement to determine what we can do in one weekend.  Quality is most important to us!

 

Q. How do your prices compare to other florists?

A.  We definitely stay competitive to other surrounding florists.  Our brides book us, because they TRUST us to make their event memorable.  To do this, during peak months (May, June, September, October), we have a minimum of $3000.  However, if you are interested in Wear and Carry flowers only, we can arrange for pickup no matter the minimum…check out our Al la Carte page!

 

Q.  Are my favorite flowers in season for my wedding date?

A.  We will explain to you when we meet about flower availability.  Even if your favorite flower is out of season, we can still use our creativity to make your bouquet fit your style and colors.  Some people believe that out of season flowers will only cost more.  This is not always the case…it may be near impossible to locate the flower from around the world if it is out of season.

 

Q.  How long have you been doing weddings?

A.  We have been creating florals for weddings for over 12 years.  More importantly, we learn and evolve with each wedding.  You don’t want a wedding florist who has been creating the same arrangements for 20 years.  We like to think that we bring both experience and vision to this industry.

 

Q.  Do you offer samples?

A. We can definitely make a “mock up” or sample for your wedding bouquet or centerpiece.  We offer this service for a cost, after we have a signed contract and deposit.  However, a good way to see what your bouquet will look like, is to order one for your bridal portraits.  That way you can make changes to it before the wedding.