(Closed) When things change…

posted 8 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
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1403 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

Aw sorry that happened.  When you find another florist you like, make sure you get a contract with them right away to avoid losing them.  (Although I’m sure if the sister is getting married, no contract can stand up to that!)

Post # 4
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2532 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

This didnt happen with our florist but it did with a venue. We had decided to get married in Charleston, SC and went to look at venues. We found this one venue that I was IN LOVE with and decided thats where it would be. I even started sending emails to our parents that it was the one! Well then we realized that doing our wedding in Charleston was too expensive and didnt really make any sense considering we have no connection there whatsoever. At first I was really upset because I didnt think I would find a venue I loved as much. However, I am now getting married at the most beautiful place I could imagine and it has meaning! It is at a clubhouse at the lake where we got engaged and where we have spent many summers together. So in the end not only did it work out but it was BETTER than what I originally wanted. I hope the same thing happens with your florist!!

Post # 6
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2532 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

@MrsPinkPeony: 2 suggestions: 1 is to look as hard as possible – you still have plenty of time to find someone so just be diligent about looking! And 2 is to take the quotes that your florist had given you to other florits and they might match the price. A lot of places are willing to compromise or negotiate because they really just want your business!

Where are you getting married in Charleston? We looked at Founders Hall (the one I loved), Magnolia Plantation and Gardens (GORGEOUS), William Aiken house (beautiful but not our style) and American Theater

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