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Petal's Edge Floral Design, LLP specializes in custom floral design for weddings and special events. Using the best and freshest flowers available, Petal's Edge excels in the planning and creativity necessary to bring style and panache to your event - no matter how big or how small. Founded in 2004, the women-owned and -operated company supports environmental practices through composting and recycling of renewable materials. Petal's Edge has been featured in The Knot, Brides Washington, I Do for Brides, and Engaged! magazines. Speaking engagements have included a demonstration of floral design techniques for the <a>Smithsonian Institution</a>, a <a>Fox 5 News</a> feature on weddings, and a discussion on emerging trends in floral design at George Mason University. The company was voted one of the area's best florists by Washingtonian magazine (2006-2008), was named "2007 Best of Weddings Pick" by The Knot magazine, and is one of only three florists in the Washington, DC area to be featured in Grace Ormonde Wedding Style's 2007 Platinum List.
What should I get from my florist the day of the wedding?
Florist Gerry Rogers discusses what you should get from a florist the day of the wedding.
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Host: What should I get from my florist the day of the wedding?
Gerry Rogers: On the day of your wedding, your florist will generally deliver your bouquets to you whether it's at a hotel room that you are getting ready at or your home or the church or wherever you are getting married an hour or so before that is to start. You generally talk with them ahead of time as to what that delivery schedule will be. They will also negotiate with your reception site as to when -- or your caterer for when they will be ready for the florist to set up and they will come in and set all that stuff up. You may in fact not even see your florist on the day of the wedding and if there are any items that you rented from the florist, either they will arrange for you to return them to them or they will come back at the end of reception to pick them up themselves.