(Closed) $4K quote for flowers in SoCal…*Gulp*

posted 7 years ago in Flowers
Post # 17
582 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

I am getting married in Orange County, CA and I am working with a GREAT lady named Amanda Heer her company is called Fantasy Florals. She will work with any budget! She is working with my very small budget of $1500 for all of my florals. She is amazing. She works out of her home so it cuts costs IMMENSELY. we did not have a large floral budget, nor did we want one, it was defintiely not a high priority for us considering our venue is beautiful as it is. I know when we were looking around that was about what we were quoted as well for the bare minimum and that was just not going to work. 


Check her out! She does amazing work! you can check out her website http://www.fantasyfloraldesigns.com 🙂 

Post # 18
1639 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

I’m spending $400 in SoCal. We went down to the flower district, and one of the vendors there is putting together 12 centerpieces, 6 bouts, 5 bouquets, and a corsage.

Post # 19
28 posts
  • Wedding: July 2014

i only spent 600 on flowers because I didnt use a lot of flowers as centerpieces, I used something similar to this.  We rented in from weddingbee classified.  http://weddinspire.com/wishes/13585


I live in Los Angeles too.  So the day before my wedding, I pick up a lot of flower for ceremony in flower market.  I know the flower market vendors can make your wedding flower arrangment for much cheaper.  4K is really a lot, and I would rather save 2K of them on honeymoon.  I agree with some others that to cut down fresh flower.  Because it in reality, when the wind blow…your roses just fly everywhere. ^_^


There are few more budget friendly centerpieces I would recommend, use as little flower as possible ~ after your wedding day, you will feel happy you make that saving! I hope it helps and good luck!

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Post # 20
8036 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

This is way cheaper than it would be in my city. If you can get wholesale prices and make some things yourself you may want to try that.

Post # 21
718 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

Considering you have a lot of centerpieces and the aisle flowers and the pillars, it makes sense.

By the way, are your bouts doubling as corsages for your mom and such?

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