Frequently asked questions

How do I get started ?

Contact us and determine if your event date and time is still available. You can do this by filling out the form on our contact page or by email, text {860.257.8805}or phone. Once we determine if we are available you can then schedule a consultation with us.

Do you charge for Consultations?

We do not charge for consultations. The initial consultation is when we will help you set your goals, listen to your ideas and discuss your budget. Then, when you book with us we will then schedule a sample centerpiece consultation if necessary and then 4 to 5 weeks before the event we will have a final appointment to go over all of the details and recieve final payment

What should I bring to the Consultaion?

Your vision, colors of your dress, bridesmaids dresses, and or pictures you have found that reflect your style. If you have a pinterest board that is really helpful to bring along.
We will walk you through the entire selection and flower design process and help you with everything. You do not need to know what you need or want. We will help you with everything. It is a very stress free and relaxing appointment that will leave you feeling relieved and confident about your flowers for one of the most beautiful days of your life.

Do you make sample centerpieces?

Once you have secured your day with the $500.00 deposit we will make a sample centerpiece at no charge. Any additional samples will be charged accordingly.

How do I reserve your services & what are your payment plans?

After the initial consultation & estimate a deposit of $500.00 or 10% of the estimate total if over $5000.00 will reserve your date. A payment of 1/2 of the balance is due 6 months before the wedding & the final payment is due 4-5 weeks prior to the event.

Is my deposit refundable?

No, but you may transfer the deposit to another event or wedding date or to a friend.

How can I see more of your work ?

You can see our work on our website, Facebook, Instagram or Wedding Wire & The Knot

How many weddings do you design on a weekend

Generally, we can only do one for per time slot available and we can only do a limited number of events on any weekend. Therefore it is very important to reserve us early for best availability.

How much should I budget for flowers?

Each bride and her wedding is unique, therefore we do not offer packaged or predetermined choices. Regardless of your budget, our focus is to listen closely to your thoughts and visions and use them to create an atmosphere that exceeds your expectations. We do not wish to overwhelm you with personal creativity or personal taste, because we understand that it's not our wedding day, it's yours. We listen, offer suggestions and help you create an atmosphere and ambiance that embodies your personal vision.
A national survey recommends budgeting 10-15% of your overall wedding budget to flowers and decorations for an average amount of flowers. For example if you are spending $20,000. on your entire wedding ( the wedding gown, photography, music, cake, reception, invitations, etc.), then you would budget between 2000-3000 dollars for your flowers.

Can I use seasonal flowers?

We love to use local seasonal flowers & will use them when they are available, however the floral market is global and we do import flowers from all over the world enabling us to procure different varieties of flowers all year long. We start searching the floral market 4 to 5 weeks prior to your event to secure the flowers needed.

Can I use my own centerpiece containers?

Absolutely! If you find containers that you want to incorporate in your wedding we can surely use them, the only thing we ask is that you remove all of the labels prior to dropping them off to us.

Can I make changes to my flower order?

Changes may be made anytime up to five weeks before the wedding. This will be explained in the contract when you book your wedding.

When should we finalize the flower order?

We will finalize the flower order 5 weeks before the wedding date.
We ask that all balances be paid at that time.