Frequently Asked Questions
+How do I place an order?
Each bride we work with has their own special needs. What we recommend is that you look through our galleries and select items that you like and then e-mail us a list of the items you want along with information regarding your color scheme and anything else you may need. We will then set up a phone consultation to review your e-mail and finalize your needs. We will then send you an e-mail reviewing the order and costs along with a link to a custom listing on our website for you to purchase.
+When should I place my order?
Once a customer listing has been created, it is recommended that you make your purchase immediately. That will insure that we have you on our schedule and we can better plan to have and source everything that will be needs to complete your order.
+When do you ship it?
We ship all of items via USPS using Express or Priority mail depending on the item. We ship our bouquets for next or two day delivery. Bouquets are shipped to arrive one or two day before the wedding day. Most other items will ship via USPS or FedEx 2 to 3 day delivery service after 1-2 days of processing time.
+How do I care for my order?
Bouquets/Wired Succulents – Your bouquet should be kept in a vase where there is a lot of natural light (near a window) in a room between 60 and 70 degrees. After the wedding the bouquet can be admired for up to two weeks. At that point you will start to see roots at that point you can plant…
Corsages and boutonnieres – Both of these items should be placed near a window in a room between 50 to 70 degrees.
Wedding favors in growing pots – These plants can be kept outside out of the direct sun in temperatures ranging from 50 degrees to 80 degrees. They do not like or need lots of water. If the soil is moist let the soil dry out completely and then let them stay dry for another two to three days before watering.
+How do you handle color schemes?
We add color using Kolonchoe flowers. Color availability will depend on the season. We also use straw flowers, statice and solidago
+How to Replant your Succulent Bouquet?
Please check out this blog published by Succulents and Sunshine
and this video published by Sunset Magazine