Establishing a budget for the florist is essential to ensure that couples are aware of how much money they can allocate toward floral arrangements, delivery fees, and other related costs.
Making sure that the chosen venue has enough space to accommodate all of the necessary flowers needed is a key factor in the floral planning process.
3. Delivery Times:
Knowing how far away from the venue the florist is located and when deliveries need to occur is important for ensuring that all of the flowers arrive on time without any issues.
4. Color Scheme:
Coordinating with a color scheme for the wedding can help to ensure that the flowers are chosen to match and complement the overall theme.
5. Flower Types:
Choosing the right types of flowers to include in bouquets, table centerpieces, and other arrangements is essential to complement any wedding theme or color scheme.
6. Floral Arrangements:
Planning how floral arrangements will be presented, from individual stem arrangements to large statement pieces is necessary for ensuring a beautiful floral backdrop for the wedding day.
7. Bouquets & Centerpieces:
Selecting an appropriate size for bouquets and centerpieces as well as selecting complementary colors can help bring together a cohesive look throughout all of the event spaces where flowers are included.
8. Delivery Details:
Working out details for delivery, such as pickup and return times for rental items, as well as when flowers need to arrive at the venue is important to ensure everything goes off without a hitch.
Being aware of when the florist will be available to set up arrangements at the venue is an important detail that should not be overlooked.
10. Clean Up & Break Down:
Knowing when and how to break down and clean up floral elements needs to occur is essential for ensuring that all of the necessary tasks are taken care of on time without any issues.