(Closed) Affordable Florists in Northern New Jersey

posted 7 years ago in Flowers
  • poll: What type of centerpieces are you choosing for your wedding?
    Low floral centerpieces : (3 votes)
    23 %
    Tall floral centerpieces : (5 votes)
    38 %
    A mix of tall and low floral centerpieces : (4 votes)
    31 %
    Non-floral centerpieces : (1 votes)
    8 %
  • Post # 3
    3 posts
    • Wedding: August 2010

    I ordered from Bunches Direct. They can deliver anywhere, and they made my wedding not only fabulous but also affordable. Check them out! I love Cotsco also but my only beef with them is that sometimes your not always sure what they will have. At Bunches Direct you can be certain of what they will have in stock.




    Post # 4
    688 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: May 2012

    Your centerpieces are very similar to what I’m going for!

    a bridal bouquet should not cost $500. I am in Central NJ, and hvae started doing my research. I’m looking for a peony/rose/hydrangea mix, largeish size, adn was quoted on average $200. (which is still ridic b/c my bm’s bouquets are a tiny bit smaller and only $40 each haha)

    The really, really big centerpieces will run you $500 each, but you can still get tall and big centerpieces for about $250 each (that is waht I am doing), and do half tall, half low centerpieces. If you hvae more greenery or add in sparkly branches  or things like that, it will cost less. The flowers you choose will make a cost difference- cheaper if they are in season, also if they are bigger, fuller flowers, you need less of them to fill your centerpiece, so that is cheaper. Orchids, like you have in your second picture, are more expensive, so to save money I would choose a differnet flower and add a few orchid sprays in, rather than doing an entire centerpiece of orchids. Also you can use the bridal party bouquets to decorate teh sweetheart table. And don’t forget decor for the placecard/gift tables. if you give the florist your budget, they’ll work with you.

    Unfortunately my florist research hasn’t been in north Jersey so I can’t recommend anyone…closest north I’ve looked is Brandywine in East Brunswick…not sure where that is in relation to you!

    Post # 5
    56 posts
    Worker bee
    • Wedding: March 2011

    I’m using Anna Rose in North Haledon, their prices are very affordable and their work is great.

    Of cource it all depends on the flowers you want but my purple hydrengea bouquet with lithianthus and few other purple flowers is costing well under $200

    Another great florist I visted was Metropolitian in Saddle Brook, they werent as economical as Anne Rose but I always think you should vist more than 1


    Also i’m doing tall lampshade centerpieces with the 2 low bunches on the side (see pic) the cost really depends on what you want the centerpiece is costing me $110 and i’m supplying the shades which is an extr $25 (i hade them made by an etsy seller)

    Post # 8
    4 posts
    • Wedding: June 2013

    @BridalMag:  Were you able to find a look like the 2nd center piece picture that you have?  It is beautiful!

    Post # 9
    3 posts
    • Wedding: October 2013

    Try Morningside in Haledon.

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