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Frequently asked questions

Please see below for the most frequently asked questions. Don’t see your question? Feel free to contact us.

Where do I start?

Finding the right bridal bouquet is the most important part. All the other details fall into place once you have a look nailed down. Sift through pics on Pinterest, The Knot, or utilize hashtags such as #bridalbouquet, #weddinginspiration, or #nebraskabride on Instagram. You don’t have to choose just one inspiration pic; save a handful and we can find the common theme and customize just for you.

How much do wedding flowers cost?

This is a tough question because there are so many factors involved. Sure, you can use a wedding website’s suggested formula and figure a percentage of your budget, but this doesn’t always work. For some brides flowers are important and help to capture the look and feel of the day, for others maybe the venue stands out on its own and doesn’t need a lot of floral decor. Maybe you want to step up your catering or your dress and that’s where you want to focus some of your budget. More specific factors that impact your floral budget are your bridal party flowers– this encompasses the blooms your select for your bouquet, how many bridesmaids you have and the blooms your select for their bouquets, and the number of boutonnieres and corsages needed. No order is ever the same and pricing can range (on average) anywhere from $500 to $1200 for this part of your flowers. Décor flowers are a totally open-ended aspect of the budget. It all depends on what you envision. Let’s chat and see how I can customize these items to work for you.

How far in advance do I need to book my flowers?

Peak season dates such as May, June, September, and October book up fast, sometimes more than a year in advance. I don’t like telling brides that I am already booked, so if you have your date, venue, and colors picked out, grab your inspiration pictures and let’s get talking!

What should I expect the process will be like?

A consultation is the best way to specify price, determine floral availability, and discuss your style and how to execute your vision. A detailed proposal will be given after we meet and you may reserve your date with a signed contract and the $100 retainer fee (applied to your final bill). We finalize your floral order 4-6 weeks before your wedding and any remaining balances are due at this time.

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Karen Vice