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Frequently Asked Questions

I know how overwhelming it can feel to try sort through all the details for your wedding. Remember, I’m here to help.

  • Can my wedding invite be used in my frame?
    Yes! I can incorporate paper goods or photos in our custom frames. You need to send paper goods at the same time as your flowers so I can combine it into your artwork. Please do not send any ribbons, pendants, handkerchiefs, or other sentimental items with your floral arrangements; they will not be used in the final product and will be discarded upon arrival.
  • Are there any flowers that cannot be pressed?
    I can press almost any flower. Due to the thickness limit in our frames, there are a select few that are unable/difficult to press. These include, and are not limited to: artificial flowers, silver brunia balls, some pincushions, billy balls, cacti, pinecones, additional fruits/vegetables, and pendants.
  • How long does the process take?
    It can take from anything between 8-12 weeks.
  • How soon do I need to book?
    I recommend submitting your order in advance of your event date, so that you can plan for getting your arrangement to me and to ensure availability. I can accept your order any time up to four days after your event date - this ensures that your flowers still can be in good condition.
  • Do colours of flowers change during pressing and drying?
    Yes, it’s a part of the beauty! Usually, white flowers turn to different shades of cream. Reds and pinks become deeper and darker. Some flowers remain remarkably similar in colour.
  • Are some flowers only available during some months of the year?
    Yes, we are at the mercy of Mother Nature and weather conditions have a significant impact on availability of flowers. For example, Peonies are only available for a few weeks in late-Spring (most often May-June) but the specific availability often changes from year to year, depending on how cold the winter has been and how wet the early weeks of spring are. I’ve compiled a quick snapshot of our favourite blooms per season [linked here].
  • I have no idea where to start with my colour scheme or flowers - can you help?
    Absolutely! I always suggest you have a browse on Pinterest to help find a colour palette you like. Feel free to send me any images you’d like me to take inspiration from and give me the opportunity to create something beautiful for you which takes into account your budget, seasonality of flowers and your vision for the day. I can help you step-by-step to make it as easy as possible for you.
  • What makes you eco-friendly and sustainable?
    I use seasonal flowers when possible and source these from local flower farmer in Preston. As well as using reusable and recyclable materials to create designs and in other aspects of the business.
  • Where are you located?
    I’m just on the edge of Blackpool, Lancashire - a skip onto the motorway!
  • We’re on a tight budget, is there a minimum spend?
    There is no minimum spend. However, if you would like exclusivity of my services on your wedding day there is a minimum spend of £750, as I solely focus on your big day rather than juggling multiple weddings. We can definitely work towards your budget and create something special for you by discussing your needs and priorities when it comes to your flowers. I pride myself on being a reasonably priced florist and have provided quotes from £500 to £1500 - but it completely depends on what you would like!
  • Do you offer hire items or do I need to supply my own vases?
    I do offer a range of hire items – vases, ceremony archway, pedestals, and various styles of candleholders and led candles. These will be included in your quote price.
  • Will you deliver my flowers on the day?
    Absolutely, I’ll deliver all your flowers personally. I’ll coordinate the time and location with you during the planning process.
  • Do you require a deposit?
    Yes - a deposit of 25% is required to secure your wedding date.
  • How much do wedding flowers usually cost?
    There is a lot of variability when it comes to wedding flower prices. Most couples spend between £500 – £1500 on their wedding flowers. I suggest 10-15% of your total wedding budget but if you want florals to be a significant component of the experience for the day, I would recommend allocating closer to 25-30% of your total budget to flowers.
  • Do you offer wedding packages?
    Coming very soon!

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