(Closed) Who was your wedding florist?

posted 4 years ago in Philadelphia
Post # 2
4940 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

JenWed2016:   Might be a bit far away but I was so very happy with Viburnum Designs in Princeton, NJ.  My budget was low, (~1,700) as we had a small wedding, but the flowers were beautiful far beyond my expectations.   

Post # 3
4040 posts
Honey bee

JenWed2016:  Celebrations Design Group – off route I-95, just south of the border in Delaware. Owner is Tom. Beautiful designs, extremely reasonable, provided chair covers, could have provided lighting, lots of rental goods available.

Post # 4
62 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

Falls Flowers- they have been great so far, budget is between 3 and 4000

Post # 5
12 posts
  • Wedding: June 2015

JenWed2016:  Carl Alan in Philly will be our Florist. Great first impression when we had our first consultation.

Post # 6
44 posts
  • Wedding: November 2015

Thanks for the info ladies I need this

Post # 7
546 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

Falls Flowers will be doing my ceremony/personal flowers and Triple Tree Flowers (Amish flower growers from Lancaster) will be doing the reception centerpieces.

In addition to those, I met with Carl Alan, Beautiful Blooms, and Sweet Pea. Vito at Carl Alan was great. The only one I didn’t like was Sweet Pea–I didn’t really feel like she was listening to me when I described what I wanted. 

Falls Flowers was definitely the most open minded in terms of not pushing me have bigger centerpieces, more this, more that, etc. 

Post # 8
4 posts
  • Wedding: October 2015

JenWed2016:  I am getting married in October and I am using Buttercup, the floral/décor division of my caterer, Jeffrey A Miller (JAM). My budget is under $2500. You can check both of them out here: http://jamcater.com/. So far everything has been great with Buttercup. I’ve worked with two people thus far and both of them remember my name and my details every time I call them (on their cell phones, no less!). They really specialize in natural/organic/rustic arrangements, which is what I am going for. However, I have definitely seen weddings of theirs with more tight/modern bouquets, proving that they can do anything. The biggest thing that has stood out to me so far is that they really keep in mind the BIG picture – how every piece and detail works with the DIFFERENT spaces at my venue. Often times, as a bride, it’s hard to translate the picture in my head (and on my Pinterest boards!) into reality, and Buttercup has made me confident that they will make it all happen for the big day. Check them out!

Post # 9
616 posts
Busy bee

I chose Jewel Osco. The only downside is they don’t deliver. But heres what we got…bridal bouquet, toss bouque, 7 bouts, 2 corsages, and flower girl basket with silk fall leaves. Plus I upgraded to mango calla lilles all for $442. Most flower shops around my area of the Chicago suburbs wanted between $700-$1000. 

Post # 10
698 posts
Busy bee

I am not in your area, but we used Whole Foods near our place and very happy with them. Great and fresh flowers, caters to your needs, delivers to site, can have any flowers you want, and 1/3 of florists price. You should check WF near you because they do provide florist services for wedding. *Oh, and not reccommending Costco.

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