Chances are, you’re well aware of the myriad of circumstances that have made planning a wedding right now incredibly challenging—both for the couple getting married and for their hard-working team of vendors. While it’s undoubtedly a huge plus that weddings can actually happen to a greater degree of normal than we’ve seen in the last year-and-a-half, it’s certainly not without strife.
This is especially true when it comes to your wedding-day blooms. Though the pandemic had a lasting effect on so many industries, the flower world is one of the slowest to recover. “When the world shut down last March, the borders to many countries closed, which left growers with nowhere to ship all their product,” explains Kimberly Sisti is a San Diego-based wedding planner and owner and designer of Sisti & Co. “As a result, many went out of business without any way to keep themselves afloat, and the farms that were able to stay in business had no idea what or how much to plant.”
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