by jessica, 09.24.12

floral design services

After much consideration and prepping for next year, I am excited to make a big announcement today about how my business will be expanding!

I’ve been asked before to include floral design as part of my services.  It’s something I’ve been interested in, but because I work 12-14 hours on an event day, it seemed like too much for me to take on by myself. However, with the design of the flowers being such an integral part of the overall aesthetic, I’ve found it to be important that I head a floral design team to ensure the cohesion of my vision and the floral pieces within it.

So this year, I’m adding 2 additional event assistants to my team (3 in all) and a floral team, with floral design expertise, who will work to fulfill my design vision, bringing it to fruition and providing clients with a more inclusive design package.

photo by rylee hitchner

I’ve explained my role before as “Creative Director” and it’s important to me that my clients understand just how involved I am in the creative process when I’m hired.  I work really hard to make sure we’re designing an event that is truly unique and personal with every decision that’s made from beginning to end.  To achieve this, it takes a great deal of time and effort, but the end result is always worth it!

I love my job because I love working with clients who have a vision that they want help conceptualizing and bringing to life.  As I collaborate with my clients, we both develop that vision and have a clear idea of how the event should look and feel.  It is then up to me to ensure that aesthetic is well-executed on the day of the event.  To now have the resources in place that allow me to fully execute that vision from beginning to end is a very exciting step forward in my business!

If you’re interested in learning more about this service, please feel free to contact me here!

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