HOW MUCH WILL MY WEDDING FLOWERS COST?
Estimate the cost of your wedding flowers using this handy-dandy calculator.
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Let's build your Wedding Flowers Estimate!
First up, Bouquets...
Check the box if you'll be needing one - typically only one per Bride.
How many of your Bridal party will need Bridesmaid Bouquets?
How many of your Bridal party will require Flowergirl Posies?
Next Up, Buttonholes...
How many of your party and family require buttonhole flowers to wear on their lapel?
How many of the young gentlemen will require Mini-Buttonholes to wear on their cute little suit lapels?
On to the Corsages...
How many special ladies will require a wrist corsage to wear?
How many special ladies will require a corsage to wear at their Lapel?
Next, the Ceremony Florals...
Where we build the decoration and photo backdrop to making your vows.
We create small posies that hang on the side of pews or chairs.
They look amazing in photos and video as you walk down the aisle!
Normally we suggest a posy to each side, though you can also stagger them or do the first 8-10 rows which looks just as good.
Flower Arrangements designed to frame the altar or ceremonial table, embracing the happy couple as you say your vows. Check the box if you want either of these.
Do you want fresh rose petals to scatter and throw?
These can make an otherwise drab location look classy and amazing!
Lastly, your Reception Flowers...
...where you'll spend the most time looking awesome 🙂
How many metres of fresh flowers would you like to adorn your head table with?
Normally we start at about 2m in front of the happy couple and extend out to the rest of your bridal party
For reference, an average length table is about 7-8m.
How many guest tables will you have floral centrepieces on?
We have 3 sizes, though we'll include the cost for the medium size in this estimate to make it simpler 🙂
Most people decorate their Wedding Cake with a small floral arrangement.
We do this especially well, we reckon 🙂
Many couples also want to drape some flowers across the welcome or seating sign to introduce the reception and its theme to their guests.