Whether through admiration, fate or pure coincidental,
Susy came by us and we strike a cord with her persona and what she was looking for in her wedding decorations.
The deal was sealed, and the rest was history.
The simple intricacies that surfaced naturally in our preparations for her event was a pleasure.
Susy, being the client, has an unimposing demeanor and a unique poise gave us the freedom on what we could do for her big day.
She was simply a delight to work with !
Appreciating her unbiased disposition magnifies the confidence and trust she has of us and our works and eliminates an all-too-common air of specificity.
Now, it’s time to enjoy the details of the night.
I like to just high-light to all my readers and potential clients that
' WE PUT A GREAT DEAL OF ART, THOUGHT, PATIENCE AND CARE INTO CREATING FOR ALL OUR CLIENTS
— FROM TAKING A BRIEF TO THE ...MOOD ...and the FEEL.. AND THE CHOICE OF FLOWERS - ITS A RITUAL FOR US.'
In the process of floral art, a floral artist must practice patience, working tirelessly, preparing for the ultimate beauty of every masterpiece. After all, it's indeed a worthy act of love and care for our clients' events.
In the same manner as a tea producer and winemaker, the floral artist works persist. The artwork will reign into the event, knowing it will fulfill its mission for the limelight.
While having worked in this industry for the past 14 years, I was involved in many events. Good clients (just like Susy) often gave me free rein to design the whole event: decorating the space, choosing the table linens, the flowers and the invites. These experiences inspired me to release my untamed creativity.
' ROAR! '
We are really appreciative for clients or clients-turned-to-friends who are enjoying this floral and designing ritual with us. This thoughtfulness allows for clarity of mind and admiration for the art. Consequently, it advocates an exchange of mutual awareness and respect. Aligning us on the same foundation of this relationship. We do not give our clients ridiculous charges and we are the happiest if the clients respect that in return.
Flowers are a metaphor for nature, starting with a seed to be grown and nurtured—when we care for something we are rewarded. When it is cultivated and artfully arranged - it just reminds us of the need for quality time to truly know and enjoy.