It’s free with no obligation to hire
Hired 15 times
19 years in business
(Pacific Time Zone)
9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
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She did a beautiful job on the flower arrangements. She was punctual, very reasonably priced and professional!Jun 4, 2018Verified
Linda listened to my ideas, worked within my budget and had creative suggestions to help make my vision for my wedding bouquets, centerpieces, etc. come to life. I spent my wedding day admiring the dahlias surrounding me.Aug 16, 2017Verified
Linda did the flowers for our wedding and reception. She worked with our budget but still gave us exactly what we had envisioned! We were very happy with her work :DMay 5, 2017Verified
Very prompt in getting back to me and easy to work with.Aug 27, 2017Verified
The flowers were wondering and the service was great!Jul 11, 2016Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I use a grid/graph to order and cost out my flowers. For example a bridal bouquet may have 23 roses, bridesmaids may have 15, boutonnieres 6 and centerpieces 25. that is a total of 69 roses, which tells me I need to order 3 bunches of roses. I do not give you a cost for your bouquet, a seperate cost for bridesmaids and a seperate cost for your centerpieces because I cost our by the total number of flowers used.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I usually attend at least 4 workshops every year in Portland. I have attended workshops in California and recently attended a workshop in New York. I do this in order to stay up with the changing styles and colors.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?1. Ask how long they have been in the business. 2. What is your training. 3. See pictures of their work. 4. Can I have 3 references. 5. Who actually does the flowers for my wedding. 6. Who delivers the flowers for my wedding.