Creating a wedding from scratch is a daunting task. It’s difficult for us, and we do this every day. There are so many decisions to make and considerations to take. One of the more important ones is choosing your flower designer. I don’t have much to say here on this post about how to choose one, as it is as simple as choosing your Dr. Read reviews, ask friends and go to a consultation. Do you like them, do you have an innate trust in them, have you reviewed their work? Great, then book them.
Now what? This is what I want to dive into. And here are 4 tips to making this process as easy and seamless as possible.
1 - Find Your Inspiration
Is there a favorite pattern, color, art work, piece of architecture that inspires you? Is the venue or your dress inspiring the aesthetic? Find the item that inspires you and bring that to your consultation. Designers want to know what we can build from. Give us a little something and let us create from that point.
2 - Get Out of Their Way
Hand over your trust and allow a professional to create. We love your opinions and absolutely need time during our consultation to hear about your vision. When that time is up, we need room to let ideas grow. When hiring someone it is important that you will have complete trust in their abilities. When micro managing a creative the inspiration to create new innovative ideas dwindles.
3 - Communicate
Be truthful with budget and design and communicate any changes that might have occurred. Budgets change, color choices might need to be updated. This is ok. Tell us. Nothing is too late to update and our 30 day out review is a perfect time to make that happen.
4 - Sit Back and Enjoy
After all this work, you deserve to sit back and enjoy. Decision making is tough and we understand how overwhelming it can be. This is where we shine and produce the work we are best known for. Allow us to wow you and make your wildest dreams come true.