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Professional Florist – Tips for Choosing the Best

By Simon Crowther @prestigeflower

Professional florist - tips for choosing the best

While we all like to think that it's the thought that counts when sending a gift, it really is also about the quality of the gift. If you send a fresh bouquet that only lasts for a day or two, you cannot really expect the recipient to be all that impressed. However, when you take the time to find a professional florist that will stand by their product, this will make all the difference. Here are some tips to help you choose the right florist for your needs.

Experience

Before you choose the first professional florist you come across, take a moment to do just a little bit of research. The newer the florist, the less experience they might have. When a florist has been in business for several years, you can usually rest assured that they know what they are doing.

Reputation

Nothing is a greater red flag when it comes to a professional florist than an abundance of bad ratings. Sure, you are bound to find a few complaints but if there are more negative remarks than positive ones, this is a sign that you should look for a different florist.

Portfolio

Take a look at what your professional florist has to offer. Take note of the colours and flowers that they arrange together and how they create different themes. Each bouquet should convey a message or at least an emotion. If you are not impressed by their bouquets, keep shopping around.

Policies and guarantees

A professional florist who is not willing to stand by their product is not professional at all. They should be willing to offer some sort of satisfaction or freshness guarantee. If the blooms arrive in a less than perfect state, you should be compensated accordingly.

Location

A professional florist far away might not be able to provide you with the quality of service you need or deserve. This is not necessarily a reflection of quality of the florist, but rather the fact that long distances can make flower delivery difficult. Instead, you should look for a florist that is based in or near the area where you need to have flowers delivered.

Never underestimate the power of your gut. If you have an inexplicable bad feeling when it comes to a particular flower shop, you should listen to your instincts and look for another professional florist. Beware of deals that are too good to be true because, sadly, they usually are! You can also do some extra research and make sure that you have all of the business details before you proceed with your purchase.


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