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Most common items to budget for in your wedding flowers.

Ah, the beauty of wedding flowers! They're the perfect way to add some pizzazz to your big day. But how much do they cost? And why is it so hard to find information on the internet about the prices of wedding flowers?

I aim to be the most helpful wedding florist in Brighton & Hove so here's a breakdown of what you might expect to pay for some of the most common items we get asked about: (2023 prices)

  1. Bridal bouquet - This baby is the belle of the ball. Depending on what you want, you're looking at spending anywhere from £195. A Freesia & Fox signature bridal bouquet is bold and sculptural with a mix of interesting textures, beautifully hand-crafted with an essential bouquet bounce.

  2. Buttonholes- These are the little guys that go on the lapels of your wedding party. Buttonholes are £12 each.

  3. Centrepieces - These are the focal point of your round reception tables. Prices for centrepieces can vary depending on what you want.

Bud vases are a way to add just a touch of flowers. We suggest one collection (3-4 small vases with a few stems in each) per 8-10 guests. One collection £50.

Medium centrepieces are made in a compote style urn and have a diameter of approx 25-30cm. Starting price £75.

Large centrepieces cause drama. They might sit on a plinth so they can drape down towards the table or sit proudly on the table, being the star of the show. Starting price £175.

4. Ceremony decor - If you want to create an Instagram-worthy ceremony space, you're going to need some serious floral arrangements. The cost for this can range from £250 to $1,500+ or more. It all depends on how big of a statement you want to make. Pedestals, arches, pillars, hanging installs.

5. Other floral arrangements - These are the extra little touches that can make a big difference. Cake, hair, signs,

So, there you have it! The cost of wedding flowers can vary depending on what you want. Flowers are a opportunity to make your wedding spectacular and to wow your guests. Grab it with both hands.

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