Frequently Asked Questions
How far in advance should I book with a florist?
We suggest booking 6-12 months before your wedding event to ensure availability. We recommend that all your floral needs be finalized one month prior to your wedding date to ensure available and quality of your flower selection.
Do you charge for a consultation?
Our initial consultation and any follow-up assistance we offer as you are finalizing your wedding flowers are absolutely free. Please fill out our online wedding consultation form to get started.
What types of services do you offer?
We can create all of your floral needs for your wedding from bouquets, boutonnieres and centerpieces to floral crowns, aisle flowers, altar arrangements and even floral garlands and driftwood arbors. We also have an extensive range of vases available for rent from small vases to large feature pieces.
How much do wedding flowers cost?
There are many factors that influence the cost of wedding flowers such as the style, size and number of arrangements and personal flowers. As every wedding we do is highly customizable, we provide pricing upon consultation. To help with creating your wedding floral budget review our defining your budget section.
Do you offer delivery, setup and take down?
Yes, we offer all 3 services and please let us know if you require these services during the time of consultation. We will add this amount to the quote. The cost depends on the size of the wedding, location and complexity of delivery.
How much should I expect the deposit to be?
Once your floral choices are finalized we require a 20% deposit to secure the date and flowers. A credit card will be kept on file to process the remaining balance on your wedding day.
Is it possible to make changes to the flower selections after the agreement upon deposit?
We will accommodate small changes within reason. If you require major changes, additional charges may apply for consultation and difference in floral pricing adjustments.
Do you guarantee all the flower selections?
We will do our best to get the floral selections as discussed during the consultation. The availability of the flowers have dependencies of the weather, shipment and quality. If we are unable to get a particular selection, we will inform you with the next best alternative.
What are examples of flowers that don’t work well on the wet west coast of Tofino?
There are a few flowers we don’t recommend on the wet west coast of Tofino as they brown and bruise easily in shipping and with the humidity. These flowers include Gardenia, Stephanotis, Large Open Cut Calla Lilies, Tuberose, Dahlia and Purple Lisianthus.