Sometimes, people ask me why I design wedding flowers.
Over the years, I have given this question a lot of thought because it can be a very stressful but also very rewarding career.
Just the other day, a note from our December 3, 2011 bride reminded me again about why I love my work: Here’s there message:
Thank you for the fabulous flowers, centerpieces and trees. Heinz Chapel was breathtaking too! Your gift of understanding a bride’s vision will never go un-noticed. the bouquets were beautiful and they complimented the dresses and tuxes perfectly! Thank you again and again! Lindsey B. and Andrew ”
A warm glow came over me, and a smile stayed on my face all day that day, as I recalled the flowers we had provided for Lindsey and her bridesmaids and the University Club. Lindsey is actually the second daughter in this family to use our floral services. (We did her sister’s flowers a couple of years ago). My warm glow was in knowing that we had done our very, very best work for our Stunning December bride. …….and that she appreciated it.
Sometimes, it’s just the little things in life that count and make me continue to do what we do best…….try our very best to satisfy all of our brides dreams and desires.
Thanks for allowing us to help you Lindsey….and for the beautiful note!
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