(Closed) My Florist is Getting Married…

posted 6 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
962 posts
Busy bee

@Mrs.DBee:  I woud let it go. It sounds like she is already kind of doing you a favor by doing your flowers at a low price (or did I misunderstand what you are saying?). I think she will tell you if there is a problem.

Post # 4
46449 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

I would give her a card wishing her the best. I would not mention any concern about my wedding, but, chances she might raise the subject herself.

Post # 5
1116 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

I think it’s reasonable enough to talk to her about it.  You could bring it up that you want to make sure that she has enough time to honeymoon and decompress and whatnot after her own wedding…..and if she needs an ‘out’ to not perform services for your wedding, you are giving it to her, or you can offer to help arrange some helpers for her since she might be out of town prior to yours?  But I hope it all works out, since it sounds like a great deal for you 🙂

I do think that if there is a concern about performing services for your wedding, it’s totally up to you to bring it up.  She might be nervous about telling you she can’t perform, or would rather not, now given her own wedding.


Post # 6
2009 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

I do not see any reason to bring it up to her or to worry at this point.  She’s given you no indication that this is a problem, that she’s easily distracted etc.

If you want to keep a closer eye on her, that seems normal but yeah….people get married every day.

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