Obviously this is quite a personal thing, and if money is tight then typically you may lean toward the florist who quoted the lowest price, but do try and weigh up factors such when making the decision. Staff friendiness, display quality and reliability are just some key factors to consider, so try to find a florist who excels in all areas.
Whatever you decide, remember to take your time, and, if necessary, go back and revisit your favourites again. It's an important decsion you're about to make so make sure you make the right one.
7. Sign the Contract & Check the Small Print!
Once you've made the decision on which florist will supply the flowers and floral displays on your wedding day, it's important to book them up and sign a contract asap.
Names, contact details, times and dates are essential items for the contract but be sure that an itemised list of all flowers is details as well. Full details of the charges, deposits and balances should be shown as well as due dates and the cancellation policy. Be sure that the florist has signed the contract and make sure that you're 100& happy with things before you do likewise.
And that's it! Your florist is booked as are your flowers and it's roll on the big day - just remember to take your hayfever tablets on the morning!
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