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Behind the scenes at a Palm Springs florist and wedding planner
861 North Palm Canyon Drive
With some wedding florists, the planning experience feels like “leave a wedding at the beep.” They ask about wedding colors, time, date, and if you’re lucky, flowers you like. My Little Flower Shop veers away from a more traditional, by the numbers wedding planning consultation. We (gasp) listen. Another florist might ask, “what flowers do you like?” and take down “lily, rose.” We notice whether or not a couple knows flowers, and talk about new ones they might love. A bouquet shouldn’t be limited to flowers a person can name – this isn’t a botany quiz. If you aren’t a Palm Springs florist, how would you know that succulents are gorgeous in a desert wedding bouquet? We’re here to see your ideas, help get them out of your head and into a beautiful wedding. We want to know you, not just your colors. So do leave a voice mail if you call, but know that you’ll be in for a nice long chat. Don’t leave your wedding at the beep!
Live well, and love well.
-Dinah – Chief Blogger for My Little Flower Shop
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What makes a successful event professional? One very retro word: ROLODEX. Oh sure, you need talent, and office space and employees and whatnot, but if not for your business contacts, you couldn’t pull off an event. We do beautiful flowers, and plan seamless weddings but a bride can’t wear flowers down the aisle, and so far we have been unsuccessful pushing the workroom as a venue with our parrot Max as an officiant. We trust our colleagues at Desert Bride to dress brides beautifully. We send brides to the wonderful venues around town once we know what suits them best, and we’ve got officiants in our pocket like Rabbi Sally Olins of Temple Isaiah, and the team at Palm Springs Presbyterian Church.
In short, we get by with a little help from our friends! We know how important networking is, and that’s why Gregory founded Wedding Warriors: Riverside County’s top networking group for wedding, special event, and service industry professionals. The Warriors have monthly mixers in the area, and the first one is coming up on September 4th! Come join us and fill up that Rolodex, electronic or otherwise.
Be well, and love well.