Hawaii Wedding flower adviseSome advise to you by your local hawaii florist
Hawaii photo by www.lotustar.com
A Hawaiian princess holding a tropical bouquet of flowers
During your visit, look around the shop and inspect: look at the flower arrangements they have, are they fresh and striking? By your standards, does the shop look well organized?
These things reflect about what kind of florist he/she is. Normally, you won’t need to ask for photographs and of their previous work because they present it without your asking. See if the pictures shown in their portfolio are recent and if they are about comprehensive. However, don’t just rely on the photos they show you. Ask the florist questions his past working experience like how long he has been in the business and how many wedding events he has handled. Other important questions you should ask are:
· Do you have a design philosophy?
· Do you specialize on modern arrangements or traditional ones?
· What are the most successful ideas you have had in the past?
· What can you suggest for my wedding?
· What flowers are in season and less expensive?
· Do you deliver and set up the flowers at the wedding place?
· Does your service include rental supplies like vases, urns, potted plants and candelabras?
· Do you charge additional and hidden costs?
· What is the minimum deposit to reserve your service?
The general guideline in talking to a florist is about 6 to 8 months before your big day but this still depends on how long you have to plan your wedding. Once you have found the right one, it is ideal that you sign a contract with him 4 to 6 months ahead the wedding day.
by Hawaii wedding company