Dallas wedding florist is an affordable and unique florist that serves the Dallas area. Whether you need a florist in Dallas for a wedding or special event, we have what you need to make your dream day beautiful!

Outlined below are a few of the frequently asked questions that we have heard regarding Dallas Wedding florist and wedding flowers. Let us know if you have any other questions!

Do you charge for the initial consultation?

Absolutely not! The first consultation is always complimentary. If a client is planning from a distance we can do a similar consultation over the phone with the help of emails for pictures and images. Once you book your wedding with us, we are delighted to chat with you as often as needed!

What should we bring to our first consultation?

You should bring anything that will give us an idea of your style and feel for your wedding such as a photo of your wedding dress and bridesmaid dresses, color and fabric swatches, any pictures you have seen that you like, and any items you intend to use at your wedding.

What is required to secure our date with you?

A 25% deposit will secure your date and book your wedding with us. At that point, we will provide you with a detailed contract for your wedding flowers. Final payment is due a month before your wedding.

Do you accept credit cards as payment?

Of course!

Where is A & L located?

We design in our private studio located in Dallas, TX. Our focus and passion is exclusively focused on weddings and events. We  deliver throughout the DFW Metroplex and beyond.

What is the best way to connect with A & L to schedule a consultation?

Contact us through our website or via email at [email protected], or call us at 469-213-8141. We will find a way to schedule your consultation conveniently and quickly!

Does A & L have minimums?

A & L Floral Design accepts a limited number of engagements per weekend so that we are able to give our clients our fullest attention. There are no minimums for events for pickup but events requiring delivery and set-up begin at two thousand dollars within the Dallas area.