I don't like giving negative reviews, but I'm going to have to break with the others here. Perhaps Leah had an off day. If so, we never received any explanation as to what happened (it's been 3 months).
Leah offers a great ...
value...bridal bouquet, bridesmaid bouquets, several corsages and boutonnieres, 8 centerpiece arrangements, rose petals, delivery and setup, for just under $1000. She gave us good advice on flower choices, and delivered the flowers we ordered. The arrangements, for the most part, looked just as we had envisioned.
1) Leah delivered the flowers a couple of hours earlier than scheduled. She was supposed to stay to pin on the personal flowers, but left before we got there. We were told (by our day-of coordinator, not Leah) that one of her assistants canceled and she had to move some things around. Ok, these things happen. I understand that she probably didn't want to bother us on our wedding day with these issues, that's what day-of coordinators are for, afterall. That said, she never followed up with us to apologize for the schedule change or to make sure everything worked out in the end (which it didn't, exactly). Most of our other vendors did this, and these were people we actually saw on the wedding day.
2) Leah left our day-of coordinator to handle the personal flowers, apparently with minimal instructions. I understand that managing these hitches is part of the coordinator's job, but she's not a florist. It's unreasonable to expect her to be knowledgeable about flower care.
It was a hot day (90-ish). My bridal bouquet was left in a vase with about 1/8 inch of water for hours, and by the time I got to it, the flowers were wilted and dying. The dusty miller leaves along the bottom of the bouquet were so wilted and droopy and unattractive, I ended up breaking them off mere seconds before entering the ceremony. The bridesmaid bouquets, on the contrary, were left in plenty of water and looked great, as did most of the centerpiece arrangements, which lasted for several days. My bouquet was rotting so badly I had to toss it the very next day.
3) The boutonnieres and corsages were left out in the heat (there was a fridge available on site), with no labels to indicate who each piece was for. The only explanation was a hand-written list of what flowers go to each person, but I'm not a flower expert. The coordinator and I had to basically guess, and probably guessed wrong in some cases.
Several of the boutonnieres included lavender (it was most of the groom's boutonniere), which drooped and looked terrible even before the ceremony. If lavender is not an great choice for boutonnieres, she should have told us this when we were choosing flowers.
4) The biggest problem, in my mind, is that my bouquet included several large tulips with the stamens still intact. As a result, I ended up with splotches of bright yellow pollen all over my dress, even before the reception. Fortunately it doesn't show in photos, but I was hoping to re-sell the dress, and now it's effectively ruined. I know next to nothing about flowers, but I do know that tulips need to have their stamens plucked out.
I did not approach Leah to ask for any sort of refund. In my mind, there's really nothing she can do to make it up to us...the damage is already done. That said, had she apologized or even followed up with us, I probably would have been sufficiently appeased to not write this review.