Frequently Asked Questions

When should I start working with a florist?
I’d like to meet with you nine to three months prior to your wedding. Peak wedding season, usually late spring, through the summer and fall, and holiday weekends fill up fast.

A one-half down, non-refundable deposit is required to hold the date. You won't have to make final decisions until a month prior to your wedding date.

What should I bring to my consultation?
It is helpful if you have pictures of the bride’s and bridesmaids’ dresses and pictures of bouquets, designs and flowers you like. Color swatches, the date and time and place of both the ceremony and reception, the expected number of attendants and guests, and a general idea of what style you want to convey are useful, too. To create the look you seek, I have current books, magazines and ideas as to how we will achieve that.

How much will my wedding flowers cost?
Let me answer that question with one of my own: Is there a budget I need to be aware of? Otherwise, prices vary tremendously, based on flower variety and availability, the intricacy of the designs and other subjective factors. Your initial and follow-up consultations are free! In addition, all brides receive a complimentary toss bouquet.

What areas do you serve?
I am equipped to service weddings within the state of Colorado, particularly those venues along the Front Range and along the I-70 corridor. Delivery charges will apply and are priced accordingly.

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