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Greenville Wedding Florists

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 in Greenville about 10 months before your big day to ensure you have plenty of time to turn your dreams into reality.

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Pro The Honey Tree
The Honey Tree
35 reviews
· Wedding Florists · Westminster, SC

The Honey Tree is a florist in Westminster, South Carolina specializing in weddings. This company has more than 25 years of floral-design experience and keeps up-to-date with current trends in the industry. The goal at The Honey Tree is to bring your vision to life by providing stunning flowers that... (Wedding Florists Greenville)

Typical Price $1,538
Joyful Arrangements
Joyful Arrangements
7 reviews
· Wedding Florists · Greenville, SC

Local to Greenville, South Carolina, serving the Greater Metropolitan area. Joyful Arrangements specializes in floral arrangements for weddings, anniversaries, baby showers and holidays. Owner and Wedding Florist Lindsey Dixon fulfills a vast floral inventory and stunning floral designs for bright,... (Wedding Florists Greenville)

Typical Price $2,000
Earth Blooms
Earth Blooms
40 reviews
· Wedding Florists · Greenville, SC

Earth Blooms is a floral design company that produces sustainable, locally-grown flowers that will bring your event to life. They serve Upstate South Carolina (Greenville, Anderson, Pickens and Oconee Counties) as well as Northeast Georgia and Western North Carolina. Opening in 2007, this business... (Wedding Florists Greenville)

Laurel Creek Florals
Laurel Creek Florals
25 reviews
· Wedding Florists · Greenville, SC

Laurel Creek Florals is a wedding florist and flower farm located in Sunset, South Carolina. They serve primarily Greenville, SC and Asheville, NC. PhilosophyTheir design philosophy is deeply rooted in seasonality and sourcing a majority of product from domestic growers. Their extra effort to grow... (Wedding Florists Greenville)

Typical Price $3,500
Urban Petals
Urban Petals
17 reviews
· Wedding Florists · Greenville, SC

Floral & Event Design | Local and Destination Weddings | Based in Greenville, South Carolina | Chapel Designer | Featured on Martha Stewart Weddings (Wedding Florists Greenville)

Typical Price $5,000
Kate Asire Flowers
Kate Asire Flowers
18 reviews
· Wedding Florists · Greenville, SC

Our style at Kate Asire Flowers could be described as lush, wild and romantic. We handle all aspects of floral design from initial consultation to installation and breakdown. We are based in Greenville, South Carolina and love to travel in the Southeast. Please visit our website for more... (Wedding Florists Greenville)

Typical Price $6,000
Statice
Statice
49 reviews
· Wedding Florists · Greenville, SC

Statice is a floral design company located in Greenville SC. Please email us for a free consultation. suzie@staticeflowers.com We look forward to designing for you! (Wedding Florists Greenville)

Typical Price $3,210
Reality Design
Reality Design
18 reviews
· Wedding Florists · Greenville, SC

Reality Design and floral is a professional wedding florist and event designer in Greenville, South Carolina. This team of creative professionals creates beautiful venue designs and florals that showcase who you are as a couple. With great attention to detail, they are able to turn your wedding day... (Wedding Florists Greenville)

ModFete
ModFete
17 reviews
· Wedding Florists · Greenville, SC

I'm Katelyn Pinner, the creator and designer behind Katelyn Pinner. The way textures and tones can complement or contrast to make something beautiful fascinates me. I'm passionate about not just creating lovely centerpieces, but ensuring also that the entire setting and theme work together... (Wedding Florists Greenville)

Fairytale Florist
Fairytale Florist
35 reviews
· Wedding Florists · Greenville, SC

Providing Fresh, Customized Wedding Floral Designs to fit every budget We take your vision and make it a reality. Working with us is like having your best friend in the flower business. We offer on site venue consultaions at no charge. Schedule your appointment today call 864-303-5895 or email... (Wedding Florists Greenville)

Typical Price $1,999
Bella Blooms
Bella Blooms
60 reviews
· Wedding Florists · Greenville, SC

Every arrangement is art and should be a conversation piece. Fill your wedding with high style arrangements by Bella Blooms. Specializing only in Weddings and Special Events, you are our priority. We never double book events so we can be with you from start to finish making your day perfect. Let us... (Wedding Florists Greenville)

Typical Price $1,800
Weddings by Dahlia
Weddings by Dahlia
135 reviews
· Wedding Florists · Greenville, SC

Dahlia is a downtown Greenville, full service florist, open Monday through Saturday. We love weddings and the whole staff is committed to our dahlia brides. Please drop by to smell and touch our incredible blooms, or get a peek at what we're working on for that day! If you'd like to discuss your... (Wedding Florists Greenville)

Twigs Florist
Twigs Florist
35 reviews
· Wedding Florists · Greenville, SC

No walk down the aisle is complete without floral creations from Twigs, home to the Upstate's premiere design team for wedding flowers. We serve the Piedmont from Clinton to Hendersonville, from Anderson to Gaffney and from Spartanburg to Clemson. We strive to exceed your expectations while... (Wedding Florists Greenville)

Petals & Company LLC
Petals & Company LLC
3 reviews
· Wedding Florists · Greenville, SC

Typical Price $2,500
Expressions Unlimited, Inc.
Expressions Unlimited, Inc.
24 reviews
· Wedding Florists · Greenville, SC

     
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How much do wedding flowers cost?

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.

Lower range

$ 175 or less

Average cost

$ 1500

Most couples spend between

$ 700 - $ 2500

Upper range

$ 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.

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How much is a bride's bouquet?

When it comes to bridal bouquets, the cost will vary depending on the types of flowers you want to include, and the arrangement’s size and complexity. The average cost of a bridal bouquet is $160.

How much is a bridesmaid's bouquet?

Bridesmaid bouquets tend to be smaller and less expensive than bridal bouquets. The average cost for a bridesmaid bouquet is $75.

What services does a wedding florist provide?

A wedding florist provides a variety of services, some of which might not be obvious at first.
  • Consultation: Your wedding florist will meet with you to discuss your vision for your wedding—your venue, your wedding style, your desired color palette, and the types of flowers you like and dislike. Your florist will then create a proposal which will describe the arrangements he or she will create as well as the prices.
  • Samples: After you’ve signed a contract and shortly before your wedding, your florist may also provide sample arrangements to ensure that you’re on the same page about how your wedding-day flowers will look.
  • Flowers: A big part of your wedding flower budget will go to the actual purchasing of the flowers. It actually takes several hours for a florist to put a flower order together—and the flowers your florist will receive from his or her wholesaler or grower are far better quality than the ones you can buy at your local grocery store. They’re grown especially to be featured at events and are hand-selected for their quality.
  • Flower processing and storage: Once your flowers arrive to your florist, he or she will take several hours (often a whole day!) to process your flowers (taking thorns off of roses, counting the flowers, etc.) and storing them in a refrigerated space to ensure they look amazing on your wedding day.
  • Labor and production: Now, it’s time for your florist to create those beautiful arrangements! Each arrangement takes time to design (probably more than you would think!), so it’s quite a long process.
  • Delivery and set up: Your florist and his/her team will then bring your arrangements to your venue. A good amount of work needs to be done on premises to make sure that your ceremony and reception looks picture-perfect, from the altar to the reception table arrangements.
  • Cleanup: After your wedding, your florist and his/her team will go to your venue to remove all of the arrangements and vessels, and assist with cleanup.

When should I hire a wedding florist?

We recommend hiring your wedding florist early on in the planning process, at least eight months before your wedding day. Start by reading online reviews of florists in your wedding location, and then narrow down the list to a few that you’d like to reach out to and meet with.

What questions should I ask a wedding florist before hiring?

When first meeting with a wedding florist, it’s important to get a sense of his or her experience, creativity, and personality—as well as his or her wedding flowers cost. Here are some questions to be sure to ask a wedding florist:
  • How many weddings have you done?
  • Can you offer some suggestions for creating the look I want?
  • Can you work with my wedding flower budget?
  • Do you have other weddings booked on my wedding weekend?
  • Can I see a portfolio?
  • How do you store your flowers?
  • How do you transport the flowers?
  • Are there additional fees?
  • Will you provide samples before my wedding date?
  • Which other items (vessels, rentals, etc.) can you provide, and which will I have to source myself?

Greenville Wedding Florists: How to Find the Right Wedding Florist in Greenville to Capture Your Special Day

Southern flora is brimming with biodiversity and enchanting sights and smells. As such, a common image that comes to mind when thinking about South Carolina is the sight of moss-covered trees swaying gently in the coastal breeze. Take a deep breath and you might encounter the smell of yellow jasmine, the state flower. South Carolina possesses a varied terrain from seaside shores to the Blue Ridge Mountains, all dotted with historic buildings and cultural treasures. Traveling into Greenville, this vibe continues. There you can listen to the romantic gush of water at Falls Park on the Reedy or visit cultural sites such as Greenville County Museum of Art.

Finding a Florist

Flowers are a key decorative element for many weddings. They can help solidify the ambience you are seeking for your big day. Greenville is home to a number of florists that vary in their styles and blooms provided. If you search through the portfolios of local options you can find anything from traditional arrangements of roses to imaginative designs of bohemian bouquets. The average cost of flowers for couples in the area is roughly $1,200.

Spartanburg: Endeavouring to do More

Near and in Greenville you have a number of venue options ranging from urban locales to historic and rural retreats. Spartanburg, located about 40 minutes eastward from Greenville, is one such example. Here, you and your loved ones can gather in a hotel, beside a lake, or inside a chapel; the choices seem endless. Guests can then stroll through the Hampton Heights Historic District and enjoy the facades of houses over a century old. Meanwhile, your photographer can capture your wedding photos against the backdrop of a number of parks and natural locations, such as Edwin M. Griffin Nature Preserve, found throughout and around the city. Enveloped by nature, the city prides itself on its economic prosperity and bustling ambience.

Flowers of the South: A Year-Round Cornucopia of Options

A simple way to be more eco-friendly at your wedding is to choose flowers that are in season. South Carolina has a subtropical climate that is marked by high humidity. With short winters and hot, long-lasting summers, a variety of species can be found throughout the year. Camellias japonicas are a popular plant with gardeners thanks to the evergreen foliage. In the winter, the plant features pink blooms. Azalea, wisteria, honeysuckle and more can be found throughout the state, along with traditional garden favorites.

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