Terms and Conditions
Wedding Bookings Terms and Conditions
When a wedding date is booked we charge a £100 deposit. This saves the date. If, for any reason you decide to cancel your wedding this deposit is non-refundable. If you decide to postpone your wedding we will hold your deposit until your wedding goes ahead. The £100 deposit is subtracted from your final wedding invoice. Payment of deposit is an acknowledgement of Terms and Conditions.
Quotation and Payment
No wedding or event is booked until the deposit has been paid. Quotes are valid for 30 days. All costs provided include VAT. Once the deposit has been paid then the prices and dates are secure unless stated otherwise.
A quotation for the cost of your wedding flowers will be sent to you after the initial consultation, this is a guide price as you may make changes closer to the wedding day in terms of type of arrangement and quantity. You will receive a final invoice approximately one month before your wedding. Payment is accepted by card, cash or direct payment via internet banking.
Payment in full is required at least 28 days before the wedding.
In the event of cancellation, the booking fee will not be refunded. Complete cancellation of the wedding must be advised in writing.
Availability of Flowers
We do not guarantee specific stem types. We will work with your wish lists and if available we will include them however if not we will use the wish list blooms as inspiration for alternative blooms.
The options are that you can leave us to choose a mix of flowers, - or we will work to a colour and style palate, based on our discussions, emails and photos that you send in. Please note this is never produces identical flowers or designs to the photos that you send in, these are used as inspiration.
Hire/use of vases, crates etc
We charge a refunable deposit of £100 for this service. Containers must be returned to The Great British Florist within 3 days, - or as agreed.
Charges will be made for any glassware returned cracked, chipped or broken. Replacement of goods is charged at the current purchase price, it is then the responsibility of the hirer to reclaim any of these costs from the venue if the venue was at fault.
Equipment hired (jugs, bottles, vases, plinths, candelabras, etc) remain the property of The Great British Florist at all times.
The Great British Florist reserves the right to take photographs of flowers and the setting prior to the wedding which may be used for promotional purposes.
The Great British Florist accepts no liability for injury, loss or damage to the hirer or any third party of any equipment hired for use at the event.
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