One of my favorite weddings from this year was Kayley + Christian’s. Not only were they such a sweet couple, but they had great style as well! Their venue, Waldenwoods in Howell, Michigan was nestled within a gorgeous campground, with the venue itself overlooking the water.
Maintaining and growing relationships while growing a business is difficult and it’s a topic I don’t think is touched on very much. Entrepreneurship is beautiful, but it can be incredibly lonely. If you are feeling alone in your journey, I can assure you, you are not alone. If you feel like you can’t have both meaningful relationships and a booming business, take a deep breath. You’ll get there. It is possible.
When I first started my business I thought the easiest part would be nailing down my branding. I looked forward to exploring different logo and website options, but quickly realized this part would be the most difficult. For years I changed these elements to fit whatever was "on trend" at the time, never really having a brand that felt like me or my business. But earlier this year that all changed when Kathryn from Creme Brands came into my life!
Quite often the first question I get asked is "how much?". It's a very difficult question to answer with a quick number, because there are so many different factors that go into the floral total. Unlike a lot of other wedding vendors, most florists don't offer packages because the work is completely customized to the specific needs of each couple. There are 3 main components that make up the total cost of a floral proposal; the product itself (flowers), the labor, and supplies.