We have prepared this list of frequently asked questions to answer any questions you may have about our wedding planning, styling, flowers and props services. If there’s anything you’d like to ask which isn’t noted here or explained on the website, please get in touch and we’ll be delighted to answer any questions.
Contact us for an informal chat or send us an email. We’ll get back to you to find out what you are looking for.
We’ll start putting together our thoughts, interpretations, ideas and prices and send you a detailed quotation.
Yes, absolutely. Our showroom is in Earlston in the Scottish Borders, just off the A68 and around an hour from central Edinburgh, and there’s nothing we like more than spending time with our clients, looking at and discussing ideas.
This all depends on how many props and flowers you require. Although we can give very general prices for standard items, if you are planning to create something unique, then we will put together a bespoke quotation for you. The details are all itemised in our quotation. If you hire props, flowers and lighting, economies of scale can apply, meaning that you get the best possible price.
We will require a small deposit to secure the date. Final payment becomes due a week before your big day.
We’ll itemise our delivery charges exactly on the quotation based on the location of your venue, distance, time and the number of vehicles required for your order.
Yes. The prices for hire on the website do not include VAT, we will breakdown all charges for you.
We are very happy to travel anywhere in the UK. We also use a courier service for smaller prop hire orders. We are based in Earlston in the Scottish Borders.
Yes. This is called a ‘dry hire’. All props have to be returned clean, dry and in the same state as collected from us. We recommend you use non-drip candles!
Yes, if we have designed your wedding flowers or you have ordered props from us as a package, then we will be there on the day, or in advance depending on the brief, to set everything up.
Yes. This service offers peace of mind, and is one less thing to arrange with friends or family. Charges would apply for time and additional mileage.
Your wedding flowers can be tailored to suit your budget. The cost is reflected in the type of flowers and complexity of the design. A full quote will be supplied after an initial meeting. However, approximate costings are given below.
Our e-brochure gives you some ideas.
Flower costs do vary at certain times of the year. For example prices increase around Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and International Women’s Day. Flowers are generally at their most abundant and reasonably priced in the summer months. We recommend that seasonal flowers are always used for quality and price.
Yes. You pay more for these types of roses. Hydrangeas and Lily of the Valley, Gardenias and Stephanotis are also expensive.
Yes, absolutely. Each order – whether it is small or large, just flowers, just props or a combination – is very important to us, and will receive the same amount of care and attention.
Yes. We are happy to visit with a small charge to cover mileage.
Yes, absolutely. We want you to get as much enjoyment as possible from your flowers. Please note that any props that have been hired remain the property of Get Knotted.
We are the in-house planner for some special venues in the Scottish Borders. We work closely with cients by email, phone and Skype during the months before the wedding, to answer all your questions. We will connect you to relevant suppliers if required, and together we produce a detailed timeline of your wedding day/weekend. This is then circulated to your key suppliers.
Yes, we hope we will meet you at least once prior to your wedding as required if we are styling the entire day.
If you have booked a venue where Get Knotted organises the weddings, then we guarantee that someone from the Get Knotted team will be there to ensure all runs smoothly on the day.
She walks on the right of her father, so that he hands her across to the groom. Traditionally the bride’s family sit on the left and groom’s family the right.
3 on each side.
The traditional seating plan for the top table (facing the table from left to right) is as follows:
Chief bridesmaid, father of the groom, mother of the bride, groom, bride, father of the bride, mother of the groom, best man.
Father of the bride, groom, best man,