7 Questions to Ask Your Florist
1) How do you guarantee that I’ll receive the floral types and quality that were shown to me during my consultation for my actual wedding?

You were shown exquisite blooms for your consultation you want to ensure that you will be receiving
blooms of the same quality on your actual wedding day as well.

2) Does your contract outline the individual floral stems that I want used in my designs?

If not, you’re likely to not get exactly what you think you are ordering, It’s important that the contract includes extensive details about each floral piece. Ask about their replacement policy if there is a problem with getting the stems you originally ordered,

3) How many weddings do you take on per weekend?

You want someone who doesn’t take on too many weddings per weekend as this can affect your blooms. The florist’s cooler becomes overwhelmed when over packed and can result in the blooms beginning to wilt and looking less than fabulous, something you absolutely do not want.

4) Do you accept payment plans and how much is the deposit to hold my date?

You want to make sure you understand exactly what is expected of you in terns of payment policies before you sign anything.

5) After my consultation, how long will you hold my date without a deposit?

Sometimes you need a little bit of time to think and compare other florists before you can decide which florist to hire for your wedding. You would want to know how long this particular florist will hold your date while you consider your options.

6) What is your cancellation policy or what happens if we change our date?

Every company works a little bit differently when it comes to their cancellation policy. You want to make sure that you understand so that you are not subject to outstanding fees. If you change your wedding date, make sure that your florist can work with you in the event that this happens.

7) Do you personally attend the set up at the Wedding Ceremony and Reception?

It’s important to ensure that there is an actual floral designer on site to set up your floral decor and not just a team of delivery drivers. You want to be rest assured that things will be set up exactly as you had planned them to be. If the floral designer is not on site make sure that your wedding planner knows your vision and they can oversee the set up and make sure that things run smoothly and as planned.

Cassandra