Generally, corsages can run more than $25.
The price increases if the corsage requires customization and add-ons.
The rule of thumb for purchasing a corsage is to expect to pay 10 percent of the dress’s cost.
It is traditional for the male date to purchase the corsage and the female date to purchase the boutonniere.
How much do corsages cost?
Fresh flower corsages typically range from $15 to $45. In general, wrist corsages cost $2 to $5 more than comparable pin-on corsages. The type of flowers used will determine the price of a fresh flower corsage. Carnations and alstroemeria corsages tend to be the least expensive, typically ranging from $15 to $20.
How much do corsages and boutonnieres usually cost?
Boutonniere and Corsage Prices: Homecoming, Prom, or Wedding
Our average boutonniere prices are around $14.99, with prices ranging from $11.99 to $39.95. Corsage prices are around $25.99 on average, with a range from $24.95 to $39.95.
How do you buy a corsage?
- Determine a color scheme with your date.
- Match with the boutonniere or corsage your date buys for you.
- Pick a color based on your tie, cummerbund, or vest.
- Look at a picture of her dress before you buy the corsage.
How much does a boutonniere cost?
Moderate fresh boutonnieres made with fresh roses (a popular choice) fall in the middle range, from $10 to $16. Expensive boutonnieres with fresh flowers like Calla lilies and Gerbera daisies usually cost $16 to $25. Silk flower boutonnieres typically range from $6 to $15.