Hey floralpreneur! Ever wish you could call in another designer for help with a big gig?
I’m interested in trying something….you in?
If you’re a freelance designer who’d like to connect with people looking for a freelance designer like you, please enter your name, e-mail, website and/or Instagram handle & location HERE.
I don’t know exactly how to best approach this, but I’d love to figure out some way to create a directory for freelancers to help connect y’all with florists who need you….and vice versa.
We have to start somewhere, so why not start here?
A few rules:
- Hire at your own risk. Check references, review online portfolios, read online reviews, do your homework before agreeing to hire, or work for, another designer.
- If you choose to hire a freelancer from this list, all contracts & payment terms should be agreed upon before work begins. Set clear expectations on both sides.
- Real Flower Business has NO involvement in your working relationship and thereby assumes no responsibility for any headaches you may incur. (See rule #1.)
- Freelancers are not interns. If you’re not an experienced florist and you’re hoping to freelance as a “learning opportunity” make sure this is clear to the person you’re offering to “help”.
- Keep it legal.
Have fun. Keep doing beautiful work!
P.S. How much should you pay a freelance florist? This depends on the skill level and scope of the work. Anywhere from $18-25 is a reasonable starting rate for a freelancer, but some may require a higher day-rate or additional funds for lodging, etc.
P.P.S. Have you checked out The Vault yet? It’s my biggest collection of resources exclusively for florists and it’s just $13! Click here to read more about it: realflowerbusiness.com/the-vault