(Closed) Bouquet Prices

posted 6 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
12905 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

I’ve seen quotes up to $300 for a bridal bouquet, and anywhere from $75-150 for BMs.  (This is DC pricing, so tends to be on the higher end of things…but probably on par with Boston)

Post # 5
2616 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

portland oregon pricing– i paid 155 for my bouquet and 55 per bridesmaid bouquet- two types of roses and stock.


prices i were quoted for them- i went to 5 florists before i chose- 155-400 for bridal bouquet, 55-85 per bm.

Post # 6
1426 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

In my area, the cheapest, most boring, basic bouquet with what was deemed “standard” flowers was $178.00. It was a standard medium size that could be used for the bride or BMs.

I don’t even really care for flowers.

I went an alternative way. I got custom made (cardstock and book pages) paper bouquets and boutonnieres on etsy. Five bouquets (mine being the largest and the BMs medium – the seller upgraded mine from a medium to a large since I was placing a larger order) and four boutonnieres for $174.00, plus shipping (total of $225.00). I love them and they’ll last forever and are a lovely keepsake!

Anyway, the moral of my post is to research the different bouquet options.

Post # 7
2889 posts
Sugar bee

I had a bridal boquet of all ivory roses for $160 and the Bridesmaid or Best Man boquets were also ivory roses (with some random babys breath poufs due to a miscommunication) with double ribbon handles for $45. This was generally the going rate after I got 3 seperate quotes but I do realize I choose simple flowers.

Post # 9
2335 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

Mine will be $175, Bridesmaid or Best Man $125.  Wedding is in Richmond, Virginia.  Here’s the inspiration pic:

It's Old World, not old-fashioned. -M.S.

Post # 10
2616 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012




actual wedding day-



Post # 11
41 posts
  • Wedding: May 2012

My bouquet was gerbera daisies, roses, and spray roses (all red)!  I live in Tallahassee, FL.  I went to several florists and got completely different quotes (for one quote I belive my bouquet was $225).  Here is the quote from the florist I picked (the cheapest one)…

Bridal Bouquet (mixture of red gerbera’s, freedom roses & spray roses) – $150
Toss Bouquet (red roses only) – $25 
7 Bridesmaid Bouquets (9 white gerberas) – $38 each 
Grooms Boutonniere (Red rose with leaf) $9 
7 Groomsmen Boutonniere’s (White rose with leaf) $9 each 
1 Father & 3 Grandfather Boutonniere’s (White rose with leaf) $9 each 
1 Ring Bearer Boutonniere (White spray rose with leaf) $6
2 Mother Bouquets (3 white roses, 1 spray rose, filler) – $25 each
2 Grandmother Corsages (White spray roses, filler, with white bow) – $22 each

Post # 13
2616 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

all the bouquets– white stock orange roses for bridesmaids.

Post # 14
184 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2012


The pricing they gave you sounds about right, borderlining on the cheaper end for the area.  I was expecting to pay about 25% more than I am for flowers.

Here’s my pricing.  I’m in Chicago:

Bride’s Bouquet:  $210

Bridesmaid or Best Man Bouquets: $80 each

Groom Bout: $20

Groomsmen Bouts: $15 each

Corsages: $25 each

Post # 15
1778 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

This was a $150 bouquet.  The toss “bokay” was $20.  I got two wristlets for the moms which were $25 each and 3 pinned on boutonnieres for the dads and groom which were $7 each.  This is Northern NJ/Southern NY pricing.

Post # 16
5 posts
  • Wedding: August 2012

I am in Charlotte, NC and was quoted $175-190 for my bouquet and about $60 per bridesmaid

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