Shopping >Lawrence The Florist
Forget FTD--this Bellevue florist's elegant creations would make Martha proud..
Brides needn't be shy during their complimentary consultation: bring photos, magazines, fabric swatches, whatever it takes to convey your ideas to the designer. Most staffers boast at least two decades of experience in the floral industry and are happy to walk you through the design process. They'll even pull together handfuls of blooms so you can see how your ideas look in flowers before placing your order.
2 Thumbs Down!. WARNING! HE DOESN'T STAND BEHIND HIS WORK! June 15, I ordered flowers for my aunt's Bellevue funeral for delivery to the church. He recommended an "awesome" hydrangea at $68.54. At church, outside the sanctuary was a drooped, dried out hydrangea. People were standing at the plant commenting to my aunt's daughter on how sad it looked. I was mortified and ashamed that something meant to comfort my cousin instead did the opposite!! I called the florist. The florist denied it happened. I gave them the church funeral coordinator's name to corroborate; they then wanted me to return the plant. I couldn't. The plant was probably disposed of. They said they would get back to me. They did not call. I called again. They again said they would get back to me. I am still waiting! I would like either a refund or at least an adjusted bill.
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