What services do you provide?
   Our primary focus and passion is weddings and events, however; daily deliveries are accepted with 24 hour notice.    We deliver throughout the Summerville and Ladson area.

  Do you charge for consultations?
   Consultations are complimentary. Once you book your wedding, we are delighted to meet with you as often as necessary, even visiting your venue to help design your setting.

  What should we bring to our first consultation?
   You should bring anything that defines your personal preferences and the feel of your wedding: a photo of your wedding dress and bridesmaid dresses, color and fabric swatches, pictures of things you find inspiring, and any items you intend to use for the event.

  What is your date booking policy?
   All dates are reserved on a first come, first booked basis. Please contact us at the earliest possible time to ensure availability for your event. We have a strict policy of ONE event per week.

  Do you require a deposit to secure our date?
   A non-refundable deposit of $150.00 will secure your event date. Final payment is due 4 weeks before your event.

  What forms of payment do you accept?
   We accept cash, personal check, or business checks for all wedding and event work.

  Where are your flowers sourced?
   We source the freshest flowers from all over the country, South America and Holland.

  Can I email you a list of my needs and get prices?
   It is difficult to offer pricing for wedding flowers via e-mail. Many factors depend on the type and size of bouquets and  arrangements, the varieties of flowers, seasonal availability and quantities. Talking one on one gives a depth of understanding and personalization often lost in email. All proposals are composed according to consultation discussion and are as individual as every bride.

  Why choose On A Limb?
   I am passionate about floral design, and the detail in my work shows it. I am committed to making the florals for your event the best they can be.




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