I'm planning a destination wedding in RI and have just about booked all of my vendors with the exception of a florist. I had NO idea just how tough it would be to narrow someone down, though I suppose when you're going based on a "vision" of what your day will look like, it's a lot more difficult to pull the trigger!
I wanted to ask those of you who've had experience with some of the more budget-friendly florists (e.g., Florals by Alisa, GoldenGate, etc) whether any of you incorporated the asymmetric, "wild", organic-looking style that is popular on a lot of wedding style websites right now. Most of the higher end florists seem to use this style as their mainstay (Flowers by Semia is a great example), but are obviously on the much more expensive side. Looking at the websites of the other florists, I haven't really seen any examples of this style of work from them, so I figured I would ask you all for your opinions and see where it goes
Thanks in advance!