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MaSK Flowers

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We are a florist design business based in Medway, we cover most areas of Kent and London and have arranged flowers in a number of different venues, we have been voted Medway’s best florist.
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Products and Services

Aisle Decorations
Bouquets
Buttonholes
Centrepieces
Clean-Up
Corsages
Delivery
Flower Confetti
Flower Crowns
Flower Girl Baskets
Fresh Flowers
Last-Minute Orders
Online Shop
Physical Shop / Studio
Pre-Wedding Consultation
Set-Up
Silk Flowers
Vases
Full Description
We offer a range of different services including wedding party flowers, church and venue flower designs including delivery and set up. We are based in Medway but cover most of Kent and London. We have a number of wedding pictures and ideas on our website for you to use as a guide and start point, it is quite usual for us to take the information you give us and create designs that are unique to your wedding and within a budget that you want to work to. We have arranged flowers in The Orangery, Cooling Castle Barn, Eastwell Manor, Kew Gardens, Greenwich Artillery Barracks, The Old Barn, Upnor Castle, and many more. Feel free to contact us for prices, advice, flower options etc. Here at MaSK Flowers we encourage you to call into the shop, see what flowers work together and get a real idea of what your flowers will look like on your wedding day.

Personal Message from the Manager

Name of Wedding Contact: Sarah
So your getting married, you have scoured through umpteen pictures on Pinterest, google images and wedding websites - you have seen so many different options and ideas that your head is probably spinning. Well....my advice to you is call or email us, we will answer your questions, show you ideas, and help you narrow the options down until you are confident you have the right flowers and designs that reflect your personality and style of wedding you dream of creating.

Experience

Year Business Was Established
2009
No. of Weddings Hosted
More than 50
Public Liability Insurance
Yes
No. of People In Team
3
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Location & Contact Details

Address

11 Military Road, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4JG, England

Nearest Town

Chatham

Nearest Motorway & Junction

M2 or M20

Nearest Train Station

Chatham

Nearest Airport

London City
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What is your most memorable wedding?

A wedding we did for a couple at Eastwell Manor, Kristen came all the way from New York to see us, their wedding day was a really warm Autumn Saturday and the flowers we used were Sweet Peas, Roses and Peonies, everything looked wonderful and smelled amazing.

Describe your style in 5 adjectives.

Versatile, natural, classy, honest, fresh.

What about your business are you most proud of?

I am most proud of our client base, we have a lot of loyal clients that come to us as our flowers are always fresh, we offer great customer service and are honest, if we not think something will look right we will say, this has meant that our biggest form of advertising are our clients referring us to other people, we will always work hard to maintain this and client referrals are priceless.

What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?

Decide what you are going to do and stick to it, don’t be railroaded by other family members into doing and having things that you don’t really want - it is your day after all. Never consider using dyed flowers on your wedding day, there is always the risk that if the petals or leaves get knocked they will stain your dresses or suits, this will ruin your clothing and your day. No matter what colour theme your wedding is a good florist can always come up with natural fresh flowers in your colour scheme, remember if your not sure - ask them to order a sample, you need to have it clear in your own mind so you have made the right decision for your day.

What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?

Apples and pears with gold leaf tags acting as name place cards for wedding guests. Simple, low cost and very very effective.

Describe your typical process with a couple.

Usually I would arrange to meet a couple at our store, and go through every stage of their flower requirement piece by piece, offering help and guidance where needed. If any samples need to be bought in or made we invite the couples back to look at those. Once everything is agreed we send out a quote with each design, price, list of flowers being used, delivery addresses and time of delivery for each item. If the couple is happy with our quote a deposit of half would be due within two weeks and the balance due two weeks before the wedding which allows for any changes to be made, adding or misusing off button holes, corsages tables centres etc. It is important to us that our couple still have the change to change their orders even after a deposit has been paid. I have in the past organised wedding flowers via emails, lots of conversations and pictures floated back and forth and we achieved exactly what our brides and grooms were after.

What is the most interesting thing you have put in a bouquet?

Apples and Brambles.

Is there a flower that has specific symbolism that you would recommend for couples?

No, I think it is important to use all of the flowers and foliages with meaning depending on the colour theme and style that the bride and groom want to have. It’s their day and it is up to me to suggest something in keeping with their theme.

What is the most romantic flower and why?

For me it’s white peonies or Norma Jean roses both are delicate looking and smell lovely.

What should you do with the flowers after the wedding?

There are a number of options for this, you could leave bouquets at a loved ones grave, give table arrangements as thank you gifts to friends and family who have helped you organise your wedding. Preserved flowers from the bouquets or button holes to give as gifts, I like the paperweight idea at the moment as I think it’s very different from having preserved flowers in a frame.