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Frequently asked questions

Q: How do we schedule a consultation?

A: You may send an inquiry through our contact form and fill out our inquiry questionnaire at the bottom of the page 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, you will schedule payments and your balance is due (30) days before your wedding/event date. If you are booking less than 2 months out from your event, please plan to pay in full.

Q: Once  I book - can I make changes to my contract?

A: Absolutely! You can make 2 design changes to your proposal and we will have a final review 30 days before the wedding. To request a change, you may simply email or call us. Email is preferred.

Q: I am curious what most brides spend on wedding flowers. Can you just ballpark tell me?

A. YES! I can tell you most of our bride’s average in the $2500-$5000 range. We can work with most budgets but do have a minimum ($800) as our flowers are ordered in bunch or case quantities not by the stem.    

Q: How does Delivery , Setup, & Teardown work?

A: But of course! You decide what services you need and we will tailor our proposal to fit. You always have the option to pick up your flowers at our studio or to have us set them up for you at the venue for a fee.

Q: Do I get to keep the flowers after my event?

A: Yes! We do Full Floral Offerings, You are more than welcome to keep the floral but cannot keep any of the hardgoods. We will come back for teardown to gather the vases, candles, pedestals, branches, silk floral branches, arch rentals etc.

Q: What flowers are in season for my wedding?

A: Flower 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 quotes?

A: Most people take the following factors into consideration, to plan appropriately and get their costs down to fit their reasonable level:        

Season of Wedding

Choosing flowers that are in season will ensure your florist has plenty on hand. 

Size of Wedding Party

The more people in your wedding party, the more bouquets, corsages, and table centerpieces you'll need.

Guest Tables

The more individual tables you’ll have, the more you’ll need to allocate on guest centerpieces. 

Custom Installations

Keep in mind that mantles, staircases, ceiling , and wall installations may require more time and team members

Q. You mentioned you are a “studio floral designer”… what does that mean?

A. So glad you asked! It means that we are not a retail flower shop and that we specialize in weddings and events. Our shop is open by appointment or when we are working on these amazing events. Our studio is made up of consult space and production space only, no gifts, greeting cards, balloons, or others items you might see at a flower shop. What this means to you is that we are 100% focused on each client and event we take, as we don’t have the distraction of running a retail shop, daily deliveries, sympathy arrangements etc. This studio concept has allowed us to minimize overhead expenses, maximize our family time, and provide exceptional value for those that book us.

Q. Can we rent vases from you, so our centerpieces are still in pretty vessels, but we don’t have to pay retail for them? 

A. We have a program for brides called “Something Borrowed.” Any bride that secures us for their entire wedding we allow them to borrow our glassware if they agree to return them the Wednesday after their event. Please ask about this program during your consult.    

Q. I really want my centerpieces to be given away to guests at the end of my wedding is this something I can plan for?  

A. Absolutely! We have many affordable container options that can be included in the pricing of your designs. 

Q. I bought a bunch of vases from my bestie after her wedding, can you do my centerpieces in these if I bring them to you?

A. Yep! Just make sure that they are watertight especially any galvanized containers and just bring one of these to your consult so we can quote you appropriately for a design. It is also helpful to provide an extra container in case of breakage. We also do not wash, remove any labels or add liners. Please plan to drop all of them off the week of your wedding. Also note that we are going to be completely honest with you about these containers and how it will look with YOUR wedding. We ALWAYS consider vase height when designing centerpieces so you DO NOT need to tell us that you don’t want it in direct eyesight or blocking your guests view in the middle of the table. With that being said do not bring any centerpiece vases over 6 inches in height to be on the safe side. Taller vases for guest book, buffet, bars, memory table, dessert table, etc. are totally acceptable.


Q. How long do I have to decide to book with you once I have received my proposal?

A. We put a 7-day courtesy hold on your wedding date for you to decide if you would like to secure us. It really varies how many weddings we take in one weekend as we base this on size and location. April-October is wedding season in this area with peak months being June and September, October. 

Q. I have heard that you offer event design & styling services as well as wedding flowers.

A. Rumor is out! Yes, for the last 6 years we have selectively offered our event design services to clients that need someone to pull all of their ideas together and make their Pinterest dreams come true. If you are interested in this, please let us know prior to your consult so we allow enough time to discuss this service.  

Q. Will you design my flowers using silk flowers?

A. Yes, We can but please note that these blooms will be for rental only. We recommend silks for mantle designs, staircase designs, arch designs, and some tall centerpiece designs.

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