So, let's talk numbers. Just how much is it going to cost for flowers? That all depends on the size & style of your wedding or event. And the type of services that you need. Do you want only bouquets or centerpieces? Or do you want a full service, one-stop shop for all things floral? Whatever your floral needs may be, we are here to help.
Each wedding or event is unique and custom designed. We do not believe in a cookie cutter approach to floral design. Every floral arrangement is specially designed with our client’s vision in mind.
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This is a starting point for floral cost. It is merely a rough estimate, the exact cost will depend on your choice of floral and the size and scale of each floral design.
Wedding Party & Family
Bridal Bouquet $200-$500
Bridesmaids Bouquet $95-$200
Junior Bridesmaids/Flower Girl Bouquet $45-$95
Hair Flowers $25-$75
Floral Crowns $50-$300
Petals for Basket $10-$30
Altar Arrangements $150-$500
Pew/Aisle Chair Swags $20-$75
Aisle Petals (depends on length & fullness of petal coverage) $100-$1,500
Short Centerpieces $50-$125
Tall Centerpieces $75-$300
Garland (depends on length & fullness) $150-$500
Head Table Design $100-$500
Place Card Table $75-$200
Cake Flowers $25-$200
Tribute/Memorial Table $50-$200
Cocktail Tables $20-$50
some factors that affect pricing:
Size of wedding party (A few bouquets or lots of bouquets?)
Guest list (10 tables or 30 tables?)
Flower preference (Standard rose or garden rose? Some blooms simply cost more.)
Availability/seasonality of flowers (Flower cost can vary depending on time of year & where they are coming from. Certain flowers are available locally, while other flowers have to be flown in from across the country or even from other countries. )
Style & size of floral design (Simple or extravagant? A few blooms or flowers galore? Some greens or lush greenery? Some designs simply require more product to achieve the desired look, which equals a higher cost.)
Popularity/trending floral or greenery (It’s basic supply and demand. The flowers that keep showing up on Pinterest or Instagram, everyone wants them. And because everyone wants them, the supply can run short and thus the price goes up.