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Answering Your Frequently Asked Questions About Wedding Flowers

Hey, I get it - planning a wedding is a very unknown and stressful territory for so many couples out there! Especially when you start to get into the details on things that maybe you never even thought about before - like what actually is a 'charger' on a table and why do so many different types of candles exist?!

Well, to ease your mind a bit, I wanted to put together some frequently asked wedding flower related questions that are here to help guide you in your journey of picking out the flowers for your wedding day!

Frequently Asked Questions about Wedding Flowers:

Q: What is your experience as a wedding and events florist?

A: Little Blooms has been in the wedding and events industry for over 5 years, completing over 80 weddings within that time. We have serviced weddings in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Maine. Our weddings include elopements and intimate gatherings, along with larger and high end weddings as well.

Q: How far in advance should I be booking my wedding florist?

A: We recommend that you should contact and search for your wedding florist 9 to 12 months in advance of your date. As we have seen over the years, our calendars are filling up almost a year in advance for key dates, so we recommend the sooner the better to secure the florist you'd like to work with!

Q: What is a typical average cost of a wedding with Little Blooms?

A: During the peak season (May to November), our average price range for weddings is $4,000 to $8,000. We do require a minimum of $3,500 during our peak season for weddings.

Q: Do you offer rentals of any kind - i.e. candles, vases, arbors/structure, etc?

A: Yes! We have an inventory of various types of candles (tapered, hurricane vases, votives (LED & flame), lanterns, and floating candles), vases (bud vases & compote vases) and structures (elevated stands, deconstructed arbor, and circular arbor). All these options are available to add on (for a fee) to your contract.

Q: Can you accommodate specific flower preferences or requests for the wedding day?

A: We will always try our best to accommodate your flower preferences for your wedding. With that being said, certain types of flowers are seasonal and cannot be obtained at certain times of the year, unforeseen conditions like supply-chain challenges, weather, and labor shortages can also affect the availability of certain types of blooms throughout the year.. With our extensive knowledge of flowers, we will always find the best substitutes to match your preferences.

Q: Do you offer delivery and set up services for weddings?

A: Yes! Delivery and set up are available when your total contract value is greater than or equal to $350.  Delivery includes transportation to the locations listed in this document.  Setup includes onsite installation of items listed on your final order unless otherwise noted.

Q: What is your policy regarding last-minute changes or additions to the contract?

A: Changes to the contract can be made up until 30 days prior to the event date. Reductions to the scope of the contract are limited to a 10% reduction of the floral and decor budget before fees and taxes from the originally signed contract, and not less than our agreed upon minimum.

Q: Do you provide a consultation and how does that process work?

A: Yes! We provide a free consultation for all couples inquiring about our wedding services. After completing the consultation form on our websites (Linked here:, we will reach out to you to connect and set a phone and/or video call to chat through what wedding floral services you are looking for. After our consultation, a personalized proposal and quote will be sent to you, that will be valid for 1 to 2 weeks.

Q: What is your policy around payment and securing you as our wedding florist?

A: In order to secure Little Blooms as your wedding florist, we require a 50% retainer fee, which will be deducted from the total price of the event and is nonrefundable. The remaining balance of the contract would be due 2 weeks prior to your wedding date. We do also allow payment plans, that would include installments of the total contract price, which we would be willing to work with you on setting up.

Q: Do you provide mockups?

A: Yes! Mockups can be something that is added on to your existing contract for an extra fee if this is something you'd like.

We hoped these questions have helped in your search for your wedding florist! If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us via email at


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