Figure out your budget!

 
 
 

75 Guests

Most professional wedding planners would recommend spending between 7% and 10% of your overall wedding budget on flowers. If you've come to FLWR for your wedding flowers, it's probable that you really love flowers. As such, we highly recommend sticking to no less than 10% and even maybe going up to 95%! JK. Mostly.  


Starting Budget: $1,600

With a conservative approach and some DIY effort it's possible this could cover your centerpieces and personal flowers (bouquets and boutonnières. 

Realistic Budget: $2,000 or more

This is closer to what the average bride spends. Of course, with altar/chuppah arrangements, tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $3,500.

Note: This assumes a fairly small bridal party of 2 bridesmaids and groomsmen, 2 sets of parents, a flower girl and a ringbearer. If your bridal party is larger, you should add a few hundred dollars.


100 Guests

Starting Budget: $1,750

With a conservative approach and some DIY effort it's possible this could cover your centerpieces and personal flowers (bouquets and boutonnières.

Realistic Budget: $2,250 or more

This is closer to what the average bride spends. Of course, with altar/chuppah arrangements, tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $4,000.

Note: This assumes a fairly small bridal party of 2 bridesmaids and groomsmen, 2 sets of parents, a flower girl and a ringbearer. If your bridal party is larger, you should add a few hundred dollars.


150 Guests

Starting Budget: $2,300

With a conservative approach and some DIY effort it's possible this could cover your centerpieces and personal flowers (bouquets and boutonnières. 

Realistic Budget: $3,000 or more

This is closer to what the average bride spends. Of course, with altar/chuppah arrangements, tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $5,000.

Note: This assumes a fairly small bridal party of 2 bridesmaids and groomsmen, 2 sets of parents, a flower girl and a ringbearer. If your bridal party is larger, you should add a few hundred dollars.


Starting Budget: $3,000

With a conservative approach and some DIY effort it's possible this could cover your centerpieces and personal flowers (bouquets and boutonnières.

Realistic Budget: $4,000 or more

This is closer to what the average bride spends. Of course, with altar/chuppah arrangements, tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $7,000.

Note: This assumes a fairly small bridal party of 2 bridesmaids and groomsmen, 2 sets of parents, a flower girl and a ringbearer. If your bridal party is larger, you should add a few hundred dollars.

200 Guests


Starting Budget: $4,000

With a conservative approach and some DIY effort it's possible this could cover your centerpieces and personal flowers (bouquets and boutonnières.

Realistic Budget: $5,500 or more

This is closer to what the average bride spends. Of course, with altar/chuppah arrangements, tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $8,500.

Note: This assumes a fairly small bridal party of 2 bridesmaids and groomsmen, 2 sets of parents, a flower girl and a ringbearer. If your bridal party is larger, you should add a few hundred dollars.

300 Guests