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    As a florist, you know what a well-designed wedding can do for the overall mood of the event. When talented designers are able to put their skills and vision to work, the flowers are impossible to ignore and people always ask, “who did your flowers?!” You’ll know this was guests’ reaction when they seek you out after. Your current work sells itself and creates reoccurring, high-quality business for you. That way, you can focus on what you like – less business and more design (or that’s the hope – if not, keep reading). All too often though, a bride approaches you whose business, for whatever reason, doesn’t fit well; I believe that sometimes it’s ok to say “No” to brides. Here are some considerations to keep in mind during your consultations and how to say “No” in a way that won’t burn bridges [click here to continue]

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