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Wedding florists create beautiful arrangements to set the mood for your big day. A wedding florist will help determine your style and design bouquets, centerpieces, and more to decorate your venue. We recommend hiring a wedding florist about 10 months before your big day to ensure you have plenty of time to turn your dreams into reality.
Ashland Addison Florist Co is a Chicago, Illinois floral design company that provides couples with stunning floral arrangements for their wedding. From European to modern styles, the team caters to your desired tastes and guides you through selecting the perfect flowers. The team at Ashland Addison... (Wedding Florists)
Flowers By Faye is a wedding floral company located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. For more than 24 years, their team has been creating floral designs that compliment each couple's individual style. Whether your floral style is more eclectic and tropical or romantic and rustic, Flowers By Faye endeavors... (Wedding Florists)
Flower Market of Boynton Beach is a wedding florist based in Boynton Beach, Florida. For 25 years, the family-owned-and-operated company has provided couples with full-service floral and event designing locationed in Boynton Beach, Florida. With more than 50 years of combined experience, the team... (Wedding Florists)
Hi I'm Erica, the owner and founder of CeBola design. My degree in Graphic Arts transcends pen and paper. I see everyday ordinary events as countless, individual works of art. I love function, form, texture – all things beautiful and I am a true designer at heart. With this mindset it seemed only... (Wedding Florists)
Ambrose Garden is a wedding florist business based out of New Orleans, Louisianna. Serving couples in the Big Easy and further afield, this floral company delights in producing stunning arrangements for their clients’ celebrations. Led by expert florist Gene Luke, Ambrose Garden has garnered an... (Wedding Florists)
The Long Stem Flower Shoppe is a specialty floral designer in East Granby, Connecticut. Debbie Byrnes, owner of The Long Stem, started working as a professional florist in 2008. Four years later, and with the help of her colleagues and daughter Amie, she opened The Long Stem. This floral boutique... (Wedding Florists)
Our culinary expertise promises innovative custom menus that make your event a truly tasteful occasion. Our catering team, led by Executive Chef Nicholas Peters, will work closely with you to ensure your menu and the ambiance of your event reflect your unique vision. We prepare fresh, local,... (Wedding Florists)
Heaven Scent Floral Creations is a florist located in New Hartford, Connecticut. Owner Gina Ashworth has been designing flowers for over 25 years and is dedicated to providing customers with a friendly and reliable service. She uses the freshest, best quality blooms and uses beautiful locally grown... (Wedding Florists)
Erica’s Garden LLC is a wedding florist based in Epping, New Hampshire, also serving the surrounding Concord, Nashua, and Manchester areas. Owner and certified floral designer, Erica, left her career as an Occupational Therapist to live out her dream in pursuing a career in florals. Erica can create... (Wedding Florists)
Mix Designs is a wedding florist and design company based in Wesley, Arkansas. Florist Robyn Lindsey has a keen eye for design and arrangements, with a background in interiors and photography. She will strive to ascertain your wedding vision, and tailor the floral arrangements to match accordingly.... (Wedding Florists)
Fiori di Mare CT is a unique floral experience. Realistic looking flowers made mostly out of seashells (occasionally for specific flowers, the center of the bud may be a decorative bead). Each bouquet is custom made to your needs/wants specific to color, size, and type of flowers created. They are a... (Wedding Florists)
You are planning one of the most important days of your lives! There can be so many stressful decisions to make over the months ahead. Choosing your flowers shouldn't be one of them. Let us help make your floral dreams come true. Relax while we meet with you to select colors, styles and flowers that... (Wedding Florists)
Hexacres Floral Design Studio is a wedding floristry business based in Hamilton Township, New Jersey. This dedicated team makes couples feel confident in their high-quality, personalized services - allowing them to enjoy a customized wedding atmosphere. With thoroughness and empathy this team will... (Wedding Florists)
La Terre is a European-style flower and gift market, and Milwaukee's premier source for exquisite flowers and gifts. Located in the new Mequon Public Market, La Terre provides unique Flowers and Decor for Weddings and Special Events. Floral designer Loreen Hablewitz has more than 25 years of high... (Wedding Florists)
Located in Haverhill, Massachusetts, Lovely Bungalow Floral is a florist that can make flower arrangements for weddings. While situated in the Merrimack Valley, the team can take their blossoming creations to your wedding in other destinations as well. No matter the style of your event, the team is... (Wedding Florists)
Rose Petal Floral, Cafe and Supplies is a florist serving weddings in Cut Bank, Montana. This team of flower aficionados focuses on providing couples with locally sourced arrangements that are the crowning touch to any wedding decor scheme. They provide everything from delicate floral crowns and... (Wedding Florists)
The Hip Tulip is a florist based in Lynchburg, Virginia, that specializes in the creation of distinct wedding-focused floral arrangements. This team of passionate professionals seeks to explore the vision you have for your wedding and to elevate it through fantastic blooms. Their hard work and... (Wedding Florists)
Based out of Rochester, New York, 1824 Farmhouse Creations is a florist company specializing in sola wood flowers for weddings and other celebratory events. Sola wood flowers are handmade from tapioca and balsa plants. A great alternative to traditional flowers, these eco-friendly and sustainable... (Wedding Florists)
Poppin' Peonies Floral is a florist that specializes in the design and creation of distinct wedding-inspired flower arrangements in Crewe, Virginia. Business owner and lead floral designer, Breanne Webb is a vibrant individual whose busy lifestyle has turned her into a multi-tasking and... (Wedding Florists)
The Sweetest Pea Floral Designs is an online rent and return florist that provides affordable silk bouquets, boutonnières, and various other floral arrangements for wedding ceremonies. We specialize in small weddings with unique and customizable designs. You may rent an entire collection or by the... (Wedding Florists)
Your wedding florist will make your wedding day even more beautiful by providing gorgeous floral arrangements. Depending on your style and needs, your wedding flowers cost will vary, but the average cost of wedding flowers in the U.S. is around $1,500 with most couples spending between $700 and $2,500. Note that there is a wide range for the cost of wedding flowers, which is based on both where you’re getting married as well as the types and quantities of flowers you want for your wedding day.
$ 175 or less
Most couples spend between
$ 700 - $ 2500
$ 4200 or more
Costs displayed in graph are based on spend from thousands of couples who recently reported pricing for this service within their WeddingWire review. Pricing varies based on factors including, but not limited to, vendor’s experience, level of expertise, event guest count, date, and geographic region.View flowers costs
The wedding date has been chosen, the venue booked, and you've decided on your color palette and theme. It's time to think about wedding flowers, the living decorations of your special day. Wedding flowers can be one of the most creative and fun parts of the wedding planning process. It's a time to express your personal style and taste with florals that are something to remember.
No matter if you're someone who knows and loves flowers or has no idea where to start, a professional wedding florist can help shape your wedding flower vision into a reality. Here at WeddingWire, we want to make the process easy for you, so when you're ready just select florist in the drop down menu on the home page and enter the city and state of your wedding or the zip code. With one simple click dozens of florists will be at your fingertips, ready with reviews from real couples.
Here are a few things to consider when looking for your wedding florist.
To start, know what you like and dislike. Look for inspiration by browsing wedding flower photos to see specific flowers being used. It is important to consider the season so you don't fall in love with flowers that our hard to find during your wedding season. Read about 12 wedding flowers that are always in season!
When you've decided on one or a few wedding florists to meet with, there are some very important things to tell them. The first is budget. The average U.S couple should expect to spend 6-8% of their budget on flowers. It's important to be upfront with the florist ahead of time about how much you want to spend. It's also imperative to check the wedding florist's availability during your wedding day. This is the time to ask lots of questions including if they are doing any other weddings that weekend or if they plan on booking others. If you want some more advice, check this article, about question to ask your florist, out. The major points are looking at their past work and experience, finding out if decorative items (vases, linens, etc.) are provided or come at an extra cost, and getting their recommendations for your event. For a wedding florist, flowers are their job and they tend to be experts.
Now it's time to talk about style! Tell the florist your color palette, theme, venue, and attire. The color palette and theme can help the florist get ideas for what flowers would work best, but the venue can be a huge source of inspiration. It's also necessary to tell your wedding florist how many guests will be attending, as well as how many people are in the wedding party. This helps with numbers of centerpieces, bouquets, and boutonnieres. Even bring swatches of fabric from the wedding party for more floral inspiration.
Also, ask your guests ahead of time if they're allergic to any particular flowers. No one wants to have a reaction during the ceremony or reception.
On a final note, don't over-stress. Wedding flowers and wedding planning are supposed to be fun to experience.