Wedding Centerpieces – Estimate

posted 1 year ago in Flowers
Post # 2
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2020

Just based on what my centerpieces/bouquet costs and the area of the country you’re in, I would guess those y’all arrangements only will run you somewhere around $300 a table minimum. That’s an expensive style with the elevation and abundance. The smaller arrangements are probably in the $50-100 range, but it’s going to depend on the overall numbers in quantity as that will effect the cost. Hopefully someone else can accurately advise!

Typically, vendors will have vases and stands to provide and add that into the cost. If they don’t, they can likely acquire them and will charge you for this. A friend of mine purchased stands like that and then her florist bought them from her for 50-75% of what she spent. 

Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2019

I had a mix of high and low centerpieces, the high centerpieces were 300 and the low were 150! The vases came with 🙂 lots of our guests took them home because that’s a tradition in our circle

Post # 4
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 2017

 Budget about $8-$10,000 for the flowers you like.

Post # 7
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2019



I paid $6800 and had 16 tables, about 12 corsages, about 12 boutonnières, a hanging arch, my bouquet, 2 bridesmaid bouquets, 2 mother bouquets and a flower girl bouquet. She also decorated cocktail tables with greenery and pit small vases with buds in the cocktail room. She also provided a bunch of candles

Post # 10
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Honey bee

I got married in the Bay Area, had 100 guests, only a maid of honor, no boutonnieres or such, and my florals cost $5,000. I had long tables like the ones in your inspiration, but only had low arrangements.

Post # 11
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Honey bee

Also remember though that season (and location) will play an important role in cost.  If you’re just wanting white flowers and go with what’s in season and available it will be cheaper.  If you’re inflexible about the types of flowers being used, then shipping in off-season or non-native flowers will be more expensive.  I’m having a hard time picking out individual flowers, but for example it looks like the large centerpiece has white hydrangea, which generally blooms July to October and doesn’t really do well in Hawaii.  So you’re going to pay more if you want it in April (if you even can) or to have it shipped into Hawaii – and because they are perishable, remember that things like shipping restrictions in global pandemics or when shipping hubs have been subject to hurricanes may also make it a lot harder or more expensive (you don’t say when your wedding is so just giving examples of things that will affect your cost).  The more flexible you can be and give your florist some artistic license to sub in-season things, the easier it will be on your wallet.  There can be a lot of cost fluctuation due to perishability and shipping factors.

Post # 13
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Newbee
  • Wedding: February 2020 - San Diego, CA

We did a mix of elevated and low centerpieces. The vessels and stand rentals were included in our price $300 for elevated I believe and $200 for shorter ones. We had around 18 tables.

Our wedding was in San Diego county and about $11k for florals.

 

Post # 14
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Newbee
  • Wedding: February 2020 - San Diego, CA

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vanessalynn22 :  so pretty!! 🥰 was this the Ebell in Long Beach?!!

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2019

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klen328 :  It was!! Are you from the area? 

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