Wedding: Melissa & Stefano
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A newbie may lack the experience that you need in case of emergencies, which is a serious consideration. On the other hand, he or she will be more open to new ideas and will work twice as hard on your floral wedding design. A less experienced wedding florist will have a lot more at stake than the experienced counterpart and has every reason to go to great lengths to fulfill your wedding vision.
Your best bet is to check out references carefully. Ask former bridal couples about their experience, especially how the wedding florist handled unexpected circumstances and problems.
Check out your choices on social media. Thanks to modern technology, you can go to Facebook or Instagram and see your wedding florist(s) creations. You may also see comments from other clients that will be helpful to you.
After a year of lockdown and saving dream dates, wedding season is back in full swing.
In fact, half of the participants surveyed will be attending at least one other wedding this calendar year
(Translation? Welcome to the wedding boom.)
However, the planning process continues to look different than it did a few years ago.
While many couples have had to change their date and venue at least once, others are curbing super-spreader events by requesting guests wear masks, get tested, or show proof of vaccination.
Plus, many couples are reconsidering their wedding budgets. Keep reading for an in-depth look at our findings.
With any luck, these key takeaways will help you make the most of your own planning process.
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