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Monday, November 30th, 2009




Word of mouth is always your safest bet when choosing a wedding florist. If the florist’s service and work come highly recommended, chances are they will do a good job for you. Do your research by going to bridal shows and looking at online pictures from each store’s web site and look around their shop. Try to answer the following questions:

  • Do you like the arrangements that you see in the shop’s displays?
    Do the flowers in the pictures look fresh or are the petal edges brown?
    Are the pictures dated or are they following the current trends?
    Is the designer willing to work with you or are they telling you that your idea won’t work?
  • Make sure you speak to the florist that will do your arrangements.
  • Do you feel comfortable with your florist?
  • Is your florist paying attention to you while you’re talking and does he/she seem interested?

When To Book Your Florist
Six months before your wedding is a good time to start your search. Book your florist approximately four months before your wedding date. You need to have your reception and ceremony sites picked out before you can hire a florist because you’ll need to know how many arrangements you’ll need and that the colors you pick don’t clash with the colors of your venue. You’ll also need to know what color your bridesmaids’ dresses are.

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