Post # 1
just found out i can only drop off the flowers 2 hours before the wedding they wont let me leave it overnight which means we would have to take it ourselves when we get there
aw i didnt want to stress and work on the day
youd theink they would make cooncessions seeing that we paid an arm and a leg for service charges
get this 23% for service charge
8 % tax
another 8% service charge on top of the service charge
and getting squat for service
Post # 3
are you serious? they won’t let you drop off things the day before? that’s crazy!! could you try talking to someone else there? if i recall you’re getting married at one of the nicer spots in town. i’m really shocked! can someone else take them over than you?
Post # 4
- Wedding: June 2010 - Ceremony - First United Methodist Church; Reception - My parents' house!
Wth? That sucks. I think you should delegate that task to a bridal party/ family member so you don’t even have to worry about it.
Post # 6
Wow, that stinks, never heard of such a thing, they probably don’t want to take responsibility. Yes, ask for a family member or friends to assist & you’ll be fine, do not stress.
Post # 7
my fiance worked in hotel for 10 years and he could see their point they don’t to be held responsible, one of his clients once dropped off flowers it got knocked over the water was drained and the flowers wilted…whoa
another had flowers in the fridge someone didnt close it and all the flowers died…wow
another had her flowers lost there were two weddings and the flowers were given to the other party whoa
but you’d think I could at least hand it over the morning of so we don’t have to worry about it
still it beats paying $5000 for floral arrangements for their vendor
or using an outside vendor and paying a fee for an outside vendor on top of their fee
I’m doing my own flowers for $145, stressful but I am saving a ton