(Closed) In Full Bloom Florist, 70 Motor Ave, Farmingdale, NY

posted 7 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
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343 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

I’m confused.  In another post you said “My caterer also wanted to charge me for some of the food they started to prepare. It does say in the contract that they are not liable for ‘acts of God’, but they are the ones who cancelled the wedding, so should I still be responsible?  Also, they told me they were going to use the food from my wedding for other weddings that weekend anyway, so it did not go to waste.” 

and in this post you said your caterer didn’t charge you for food lost… is your venue different that your caterer? I’m trying to understand

Post # 4
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341 posts
Helper bee

I don’t understand why she should have to reimburse you. If she had given you the flowers 2 days later they would have been limp, withering, dying and looked like crap. She probably threw them out because its not like she could reuse them for someone else’s wedding. I think you should cut your losses, quit bashing someone who is probably self employed and relies on word of mouth advertising and move on. It’s not her problem your wedding was cancelled and she probably could have been more sympathetic about it but it is what it is. I think you should have been more clear with the request for simple flowers or worked it out with her then. You got married anyways and that was the point behind all of it anyways. Just my two cents.

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