Engaged couples, a quick reminder! Are you in the process of planning your dream West Sussex wedding flowers, or just starting the process? Here are three things you may not have considered. Read on to get super ahead of your organisation.
Have you allowed some room for VAT, florists labour and travel costs? If you’re unsure, just ask your wedding florist and they’ll be able to provide clarity. These are areas that can be forgotten about and can come as a shock when you receive your initial quotation. I always stress to couples that the initial quotation is based on their first-draft wishlist. It’s then we can start to tweak and refine the quotation based on your priorities.
Avoid busy, over-complicated table design by opting for simple and delicate bud vases over larger designs. Be sure to also obtain measurements of your tables and platters and share these with your wedding florist, you’ll be our favourite by sending us these.
Where can your tablecentre designs be further repurposed for decoration once the room is flipped to evening celebrations? Options include around the bar, window ledges, and barrels. This is another area that can be forgotten about, amongst all the discussion around repurposing Ceremony designs to the Reception celebrations. Have a think about where they’re most likely going to be seen and enjoyed by guests.
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A unique wedding flower experience for madly in love couples across Sussex, Kent, Hampshire, Tunbridge Wells, and Surrey, specialising in exceptional relaxed, luxe and unique wedding flower designs, ranging from key pieces to floral installations and event decor – owned by Gemma Nash.
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