3 Things To Know Before your Floral Consultation


So you’re engaged! YAY you!!! You’re so excited to start planning, and we are so excited to meet you and make your every floral dream a reality. Before you book a consultation with us though, there are some things we need to know! Here are the main details you should have nailed down before we meet with you and work our flower magic.


  1. Your Dress (!!!)
    Other than the bride herself, nothing trumps the wedding dress in the bridal hierarchy. We definitely don’t want to interfere with the unique, gorgeous details of your dress – in fact, we’d like to echo these details by incorporating them into your bouquet. The same goes for your bridesmaids’ dresses.

  2. Venues for Ceremony and Reception
    We always strive to be different and to customize your wedding florals to you. We have set up wedding ceremonies and receptions all over the city and are familiar with what has already been done in these spaces. We have also experienced their rules, the way their rooms are set up, and what kind of atmosphere they evoke.

  3. Reception Décor
    Elements like linens, chairs, and uplighting will really affect the direction we go when designing your centerpieces and other reception décor. The more of these details you have confirmed, the easier it is for us to ensure your florals contribute to a cohesive, unbelievable look that everyone will remember forever.

These three elements are the only ones that need to be set in stone before we talk flowers with you. If you’re not sure about what florals you want or what’s even available, we promise we will dream up an option that will get you excited. Bring us any and all inspiration photos you have – even if it’s something you saw and detested, it will give us an idea of what makes you you and what your vision is for the most important day of your life. Think of it this way: the sooner you finalize these major details, the sooner we can talk to you about the fun, pretty ones! We can’t wait to hear from you!


Team Fab


Photo Credit: Justine Milton