So the flowers have been planned and ordered for weeks, and now it’s finally time to bring everything to fruition. Wedding week can be a little chaotic, but it always follows a similar flow. 7-5 Days Before The earliest days of preparation are spent confirming assistants/freelancers, deliveries and pickup times for flowers and rentals, andContinue reading “Wedding Week for a Florist”
When packing for a wedding or event, there are some things I make sure never to leave without.
Savannah Wichman of Mountain Mama Florals makes a Pink & Yellow Thanksgiving Day Centerpiece.
How in the h*ll do you keep cut flowers alive?? Well, I had to learn due to the fact that pretty non-dead-looking flowers is low-key important when you’re a Florist, and now I’m going to share this knowledge with you! There are some general tips that help with all cut plants and then there areContinue reading “How to Care for Cut Flowers”
(And how to say F**k-it to Fear) If you’ve read my previous post on being an ‘Accidental Wedding Florist,’ you know that I didn’t start out knowing what I was doing. In fact, I’m still learning and figuring that out. When I say that the very next time I made an arrangement was AFTER IContinue reading “My Bare-Minimum Floral Design Tips”