Jo
Devoted March 2020

Flower costs

Jo, on October 18, 2019 at 4:40 PM Posted in Planning 0 11
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I know it is hard to say without seeing what they’ll look like, but what is a reasonable price to pay for 4 BM bouquets, 1 bride bouquet, and 5 boutonnières? My FH doesn’t like my “it depends what we get” answer that I give him when he asks lol

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  • Jo
    Devoted March 2020
    Jo ·
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    I forgot to add that we’re only using seasonal flowers, my bouquet will be 50/50 flowers and greenery. And the bridesmaid will be more 35/65 flowers/greenery.
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  • V
    VIP July 2019
    Veronica Online ·
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    I did a quick Google search to kind of give you an idea of the average cost, but like you said it really depends on what you want.

    Bridal Bouquet - $150 to $350

    Bridesmaids Bouquet - $65 to $125 (per)

    Boutonnieres - $24 to $45 (per)

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  • Shaunte
    Expert April 2020
    Shaunte ·
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    Cost varies a lot but I'll leave my specs:

    Bridal Bouquet: $225 (white hydrangeas, white peonies, white freesia, white spray roses, lavender spray roses, lavender stock, greenery)

    Bridesmaids: $75 each (white hydrangeas, lavender roses, white spray roses, stock, greenery)

    Boutonniere: $10.50 each (lavender spray rose and greenery) & $12.50 (groom - white and lavender spray roses with greenery)

    Note - all of my bouquets are mostly flowers - like 90-10

    Hope this helps!

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  • Katie
    Super November 2019
    Katie ·
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    This is my flower inspo and how many of each we ordered.

    Boutonnieres: 15 @ $12.50 each
    Crosages: 7 @ $25 each
    Bridal bouquet: $100
    Total cost: $492 after tax

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  • Katie
    Super November 2019
    Katie ·
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    My bridesmaids are carring a single sunflower so we just went to Hobby Lobby and got the big ones from there
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  • Natalie
    Devoted January 2021
    Natalie ·
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    Here are my costs:

    Bridal Bouquet - $255

    Small bridesmaids bouquets - $35 each

    Wrist Corsages - $25 each

    Larger centerpieces - $70 each

    Smaller centerpieces - $55 each

    Delivery & set up, and breakdown - $460.00

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  • Julia
    Savvy October 2020
    Julia ·
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    It varies so much but we got one quote of $515 for greenery and seasonal flowers for 1 bride, 3 bridesmaids, 1 groom, 3 groomsman, 2 flower girls, 5 mom/gma corsages, 2 dad/Gpa boutonnière. Which was very reasonable for our area
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  • earias
    Champion December 2017
    earias ·
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    My bouquet was $125 and consisted of roses, peonies, anemones, greenery and berries. My BMs' bouquets were smaller versions of mine and were $65 each. The bouts were roses, greenery and berries and were $15 each.

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  • Nemo
    VIP August 2018
    Nemo ·
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    My florist was very affordable, and here were the prices I paid for those items and pictures:

    Bride - $175

    Flower costs 4

    Bridesmaids - $30

    Flower costs 5

    H's bout - $12 - *seen above*

    Groomsmen/dad's bouts - $12

    "Same as H's but no ribbon or little blueberry thingys*


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  • Marné
    Savvy February 2020
    Marné ·
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    Ask your florist if they can work within your budget. Mine did and they're doing all the flowers for ceremony and reception for around $1200. Pull photos of examples of things you want and ask what cheaper flower or greenery options are.

    Bride's bouquet $125
    Bridesmaids $40 each
    Wrist corsage $15 each
    Bouts $9 each
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  • Watts
    Super March 2020
    Watts ·
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    For 5 small bouquets and 4 boutonniers I've been quoted a minimum of $500. For doing it myself I can get the flowers for $160, so I'm doing that. But there are a few artificial flower sites where you can get bouquets starting at $30, also. We are going to repurpose our bridesmaids bouquets as centerpieces by dropping them in vases in the reception room after the ceremony.
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