MARRIAGE ADVICE & VENDOR ADVICE
You both must learn how to communicate with each other. Continue to date even when life gets busy and never forget to tell your spouse how much they mean to you. Shante B, 8/6/16
Bring inspiration photos of bouquets, ceremony decor and reception colors when meeting with a floral designer. We also love having photographs of your bridal gown, bridesmaid dresses and tuxes. These details will clue us into the look you are going for when decorating for the big day. Jamie Lea Power.
Talk to your florist about which flowers will be in season for your big day. Luckily, there are many flowers in bloom year-round, choose the ones that best fit your vision. Megan De//Zr/nga, Floral Expressions & Gifts
If you love flowers and have a limited budget, ask your florist about how to achieve the most impact for your money. Andrew Parravano, Andrew's Garden
Your wedding flowers and decor should reflect your individual style, vision and budget. It's very important to work with an experienced wedding florist who will listen to your ideas, make suggestions, steer you away from common pitfalls and offer a variety of options and prices. Don Phillip, Phillips Flowers
I always recommend finding inspiration from online resources and magazines before showing up to your first consultation. It better helps me understand what look you're after. From there, I love making recommendations and introducing new ideas to help develop something amazing. Giselle Tillich, Jasmine Galleria
Wedding Dresses at Aislestyle.