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Wedding Project Your wedding (maybe, someday)
Project description A client comes in to your floral shop to ask about a wedding they want to hire you to put on A detailed description of all arrangements and plans will be presented along with a cost analysis. All information will be included in a portfolio
Description cont. The work in the portfolio must be professional (No ink, pencil) use a word processor This project will consist of planning a celebration to include the fashions, flowers, and decorations
Step 1: Wedding Description Ceremony, where? The reception 200 guests for a buffet dinner You are to select the month, time of day, colors, and style The wedding party is the bride, groom, maid of honor, best man, ushers, flower girl, ring bearer
Step 2: Fashions Choose the attire for the following people Wedding Party: Bride, groom, maid of honor, best man, groomsmen, bridesmaids, flower girl and ring bearer Your plans may be explained by using detailed written descriptions, sketches, photographs, magazine cuts or any combination of the these
Step 3: Wear and Carry designs Plan appropriate designs for each of the persons listed below. Consider the design of the dress when selecting floral pieces. Include the following: Wedding Party: Bride, Groom, Maid of Honor, Best man, ushers, bridesmaids, ring bearer, flower girl, mothers, fathers
Step 4: Ceremony Plan appropriate floral pieces to be used during the ceremony. Use as few or as many pieces as you feel is appropriate for the wedding style. Pieces may include any or all of the following: alter, unity candle, kneeling bench, pew decoration, arches, wall pieces, guest table, entry area, other as appropriate. A description of the floral pieces should be made to include color, style, and materials used. Sketches and clippings are useful. A sketch of the church floor plan with placement of floral pieces is recommended.
Step 5: Reception Design the floor plan of the room to include the following:1. Head table(s) for the bridal party 2. Reception table (guest book) 3. Buffet table(s) 4. Cake Table 5. Gift Table 6. Dining tables (100 guests) (8 ft round or 3 ft x 9 ft long) Plan décor for the room. You should include the tables including coverings, walls, ceiling, etc. Describe the look for each of the tables and areas you plan to decorate. Sketches would be helpful.
Step 6: Design cost Use the cost sheet provided to determine the wholesale and retail price of each item. Use the following guidelines. Mark Up Hard goods2 x wholesale Flowers (most)3 x wholesale Foliages3 x wholesale Roses4 x wholesale Orchids4 x wholesale Stephanotis4 x wholesale Special Orders4 x wholesale Labor Costs: Wear and carry 40% Arrangements, bows, 20% On location decoration $15.00 per hour
Step 6: cont Make a list of costs for all floral designs, decorations, hard materials etc. Make sure to include candles, bows etc.
Step 7: Shopping list Make one list of all material the florist will need to provide or purchase. This list must combine flowers for every design. For example, if you are using roses in the bridal bouquet, alter pieces, and table pieces you should add them all together. Separate the list into flowers, foliages, hard goods, and misc.
Step 8: Proposal This is the contract given to the bride with a description of the item and the exact cost that will be charged for the wedding. This page or pages should look like an invoice. Include the information at the top: name of bride and groom, girl, location, date, time, etc. Don’t forget to figure the government tax in this project.
Portfolio Description, time, day colors, style etc Fashion Flower to wear and carry Ceremony flowers Reception flowers with (sketch of room with tables) Design Costs Shopping List Proposal (summarize the entire wedding, church and reception with total price)