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When it all seems too hard!

I know, trying to organise a wedding is an overwhelming job! But it’s supposed to be fun and not a job so here are some helpful tips to alleviate some of the stress.

When it comes to planning your wedding florals the following tips can help:

💒Find a florist who resonates with you. Do you love their style? their design aesthetics? Do they come across as helpful and chilled? You definitely want you florist to be in control of their own stress levels!

💒Don’t price shop. Do you want the cheapest florist? would you want the cheapest dress? You get what you pay for. Find the florist you love, be honest about your price point and ask them what they could create for you with that. Be open to their suggestions about getting the best for your money. This way you’ll have someone you love creating for you, and you’ll be confident it’ll be amazing.

💒Be prepared for your floral wish list to cost more than you’re expecting. Flowers are a luxury item. Creating weddings and events is an art. So have the discussion early with your florist, be prepared to budge on some of your wish list items or be open to the florist suggestions on alternative items.

💒You’ve come looking for florals for your wedding because you understand they are an important part of the overall style and look for your special day. Remember they will be in your photographs forever so choose a florist who will make them memorable.

Send us a message if you’d like to chat about how we can make your wedding florals amazing, and take some of the stress out of the planning.

“Kris was recommended to me by a close friend for wedding flowers and she did not disappoint. The wedding process was a bit daunting for me and Kris took the time to have a chat about styles, flower sustainability and budget. Kris was amazing to deal with throughout the whole engagement, is sustainable and super understanding and smiley to boot. Love what Kris did for us on the day and would recommend Kris to anyone looking for wedding flowers.”