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Top 3 reasons you need to order Prom Flowers Early

With Prom Season just around the corner, here are my Top 3 Reasons you need to order your Prom Flowers early!

Reason #1 ~ each one is made custom, just for you.
Each corsage, hand tied bouquet or boutonniere is a one of of kind floral creation. Not only does it take time for our Talented Floral Designers to create each one, we often need to special order the flowers needed to meet your design expectation.
Reason #2 ~ Our time to create Prom flowers is limited 
Because Prom flowers are designed by hand and take more time than you can imagine, it's important to get your order in early so that we can actually take your order. Waiting till the last minute may mean that we don't have designers available to make one for you. Because they are made with fresh flowers and can't be created too far in advance, we only have so many design hours to devote to making Prom flowers. Prom season is also the time of year that florists are very busy with other events such as Weddings, those that order early are guaranteed to actually have Prom flowers made for them.  
Reason #3 ~ Unless you are completely open on the flowers to be used and color theme, ordering late may mean that can't have the Prom Flowers you have been dreaming of. 
There you have it, we love providing gorgeous Prom flowers but they take gorgeous flowers, talented designers and lots of time! 

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