Monday, January 19, 2009

Our choice of a florist will affect your photos


Our photographer also has an interest in your engaging a good florist (who arrives well before the photographs are scheduled to start). I have seen beautiful light and settings lost because of floral delays: the florist, a friend of the family, was late, perhaps because he/she hadn't realized how long it would takes to prepare that many bouquets, corsages, boutonnieres, and centerpieces. Or the boutonnieres arrive without labels, or without pins. Or, the volunteer florist puts the boutonnieres on the wrong lapel, or upside down!

Consider how floral design and placement will affect your guests and photos!

For example, tall centerpieces can create problems for guests and photographers. The arrangements may look gorgeous when you enter the Maui Wedding reception, but once the guests are seated, tall centerpieces get in the way of people seated around the table, affect speeches, group dynamics, and interfere in any candid or formal photographs done at the table.

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