How to Become a Floral Designer in New Jersey
When people look for a florist or a floral designer, they often seek out someone who can design a beautiful centerpiece or arrangements for a wedding, engagement party, celebration or funeral—life events that tend to bring forth varying emotions. If a customer has just experienced a loss in their family, for example, it is only natural for them to be feeling a range of emotions, so it’s important for floral designers to be empathetic, compassionate and attentive to all of the feelings your customers might be experiencing. In addition to these qualities, floral designers will need to know what types of floral arrangements will work best for each occasion, which species of flowers blend seamlessly for visual appeal, as well as the lifespan and proper care of each type of flower once it is cut. Knowing all of the above will help you communicate with customers about their orders.