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Wedding Florists Hillsborough NC

Local resource for wedding florists in Hillsborough, NC. Includes detailed information on local businesses that give access to wedding florists, floral delivery services, garden centers, as well as information on wedding planners and content on wedding florists.

Country Village Florist & Gift
(919) 732-0880
200 N Churton St
Hillsborough, NC
University Florist And Gift Shop
(919) 929-1119
124 E Franklin St
Chapel Hill, NC
Lisas House Of Flowers
(919) 563-1013
601 N 1st St
Mebane, NC
Queen Ann Florist & Gift Shop
(919) 932-3655
611 Pine Acres Dr
Chapel Hill, NC
Covenant Creations Flowers
(919) 544-9668
5410-a Hwy 55 Greenwood Commons
Durham, NC
Ruth Hall Florist
(919) 477-3514
2719 Guess Rd
Durham, NC
Victoria Park Florist
(919) 967-9394
1129 Weaver Dairy Rd
Chapel Hill, NC
Chapel Hill Florist
(919) 929-2903
200 W Franklin St
Chapel Hill, NC
Flowers by Gary
(919) 471-1566
4914 N. Roxboro St
Durham, NC
Years in Business
Membership Associations
North Carolina State Florist Association, Northern Piedmont Florist Association, Society of American Florists
Licenses / Certifications
North Carolina Certified Professional Florist
NC PWG Vendor's Choice Award Best of Show Nov 2009, NC PWG Vendor's Choice Award 1st Runner Up April 2009, NC PWG Vendor's Choice Award 1st Runner Up Sept 2008

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Flower Patch Flowers & Gifts
(919) 732-3928
640 N Churton St
Hillsborough, NC
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General Wedding Tips


Planning a wedding can be the most enjoyable and stressful time of your life. Most brides take at least 12 months to plan to ensure they will have the ability to plan there wedding without rushing. The first thing you want to do when planning your dream wedding is to set your budget. Your budget will allow you to know which vendors you will or will not be able to work with. Make sure your budget is realistic, set cushions. The reason most couples go over budget, is because they do not allow for financial changes in their plans.

The next step to planning your dream wedding is to select your venue. The internet can be a great tool for narrowing down your selections. If you are on a budget, you might want to select a venue to house both your ceremony and reception. When selecting a dual location, you will cut down or eliminate the cost for transportation and your guest will not have to travel between your ceremony and reception sites.

Finally, remember, when planning your wedding, enjoy your time. This is a once in a lifetime event. If you are on a budget, make sure to splurge on at least one item. You do not want to look back regretting not hiring your favorite bakery, florist, DJ, dress designer… If you a lot for one splurge, you will not hurt your budget.

Alicia Coulter
Cultivating Events

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