One of the more common comments that we hear is that you have no idea what your floral budget should be. I get it. You've probably never planned an event this large, with this many details, or this many moving parts. To help, I've put together some pricing to help you figure out the basics. Of course, each wedding that we work on is customized for YOUR needs.
The average wedding right now in our area is approximately $25,000. On average, flowers are about 10% to 15% of the overall wedding budget. A good place to start your planning is to determine what you want to spend for then entire event, then use 10-15% for you flower budget.
That said, your specific types of flowers, the size of your bridal party, the size of your guest list, and the style you choose will all affect your floral expenses. As an example, if you have 6 bridesmaids, 6 groomsmen, 4 parents, 8 grandparents, 150 guests, and you want ranunculus, peonies and garden roses (three very common flowers shown on Pinterest), you'll need 7 bouquets, 7 boutonnieres, 15-20 tables that need centerpieces (depending on how many are at each table) plus your ceremony flowers, delivery & set-up, and tax. Total, this can easily be $4500-$5000.
Check below for our price ranges for the most common wedding flowers to get you started in you planning.