Depends where you go. There are bulk garlands that are anywhere from $10-$15 per foot, so a 6 foot garland would roughly be $60-$90 (from Sams Club, Costco, The Garland Guy) but if you go through a florist you may be paying more money for the labor of them to put it together. We bought bulk greenery and plan to create our own garlands, way cheaper, a little more effort, but I'm excited about it. I've created garlands before.
I showed our florist some similar pics of garlands but told her I wanted to stay under budget. She said that instead of doing a garland on each guest table, she can spread out fresh cut greenery on the tables down the center so that it looks like a garland, but without the extra expense due to the labor required to put them all together in advance. We are doing a 10-foot garland for our sweetheart table that we’re paying $95 for, but each guest table will only be $35 each for the scattered greenery.
Our florist used a faux garland (I think he said if was from oriental trading) and tied in real eucalyptus. Charged us $100 for it (obviously the faux garland was rented), which was WAY cheaper and still looked beautiful. We had probably a total of 20 feet of it.
Bloominous has garland by the foot as part of their “Gold Rush” collection that is affordable.
Garlands are labor intensive so they are usually expensive. They range in price from about $15-$25 per foot. I paid over $900 for my garlands. In order to make them the most cost effective option, I used them for the ceremony and then again for the reception.
Picture inspo twins! I used that picture for a florist and she quoted me $1,500 and told her no way. I found TheGarlandGuy on Etsy who was WAY more reasonable and ordered from them. I spent about $900 for 2 6ft pieces and 10 3ft centerpieces.