(Closed) No florist

posted 8 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
2058 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I am sorry – – no worries – – try your hardest not to panic…I am sure that you exsisting conract will roll over into working with this new florist. Be lucky that you have a contract with the florist going out of business…Think positive – we’ll help think positive for ya too Wink

Post # 4
1032 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

That is really stressful…but try to breath 🙂

Everything will most likely be just fine. I know it feels like your wedding is TOMORROW…but you would be surprised how much can still be done in the next 1.5 month

There are always these last min hiccups but it;s amazing how things almost always fall into place. Some times things change a little bit…and you have to be able to bend.

But as someone who has been married and was a stress case before, I can tell you: It will ALL WORK OUT!  I promise! 🙂

Post # 5
174 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

So sorry to hear that.  Is it possible to maybe look and talk to one or two more florists just in case the new people ask for more money or don’t deliver according to what you want in terms of quality? 

Post # 6
2000 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

That would make me so mad if you had to pay more for flowers! When it wasn’t even your fault to begin with. This florist company needs to go with the price that you were originally quoted so that they can still get your business. I hope the quality is still as good as the other florist company, I’m sorry this happened! Hopefully it’ll work out for the best, though. Just think happy thoughts! Don’t get too stressed, because whether you wanted this to happen or not, it did & there’s no going back 🙁 Stinks it has to be that way!

Post # 7
7152 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2010

I don’t think that you should have to pay more for the flowers…you are under contartc. Try to relax and wait to see what happens when you meet.

Post # 9
354 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

Do you have a contract with your florist who is going out of business? Legally, your florist can’t just transfer your contract to a new florist without a new contract that you agree to. Your florist has broken your contract and should refund your deposit. My guess is that since your original florist is going out of business, she is not able to refund your deposit and is trying to transfer your business to the new florist instead of refunding your money. Hopefully, she has a good relationship with this new florist, the new florist accepts your current contract and price without an additional deposit, and you like the new florist – it’s just easier for you that way. But you are in no way bound contractually to the new florist. If you choose not to use the new florist, your deposit should be refunded by your original florist. I’m sorry you’re having to deal with this! Good luck!

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