The average florist order for delivery is in the $60 to $95 range.
Smaller bouquets can be delivered for less, and if you want a larger, more impressive gift, expect to pay more than $100.
Florists fill orders based on the amount of money on the order; the image is a guide only.
How much should you spend on flowers?
According to a survey conducted in 2014 by theKnot.com, the average amount recent brides spent on a florist—including personal flowers, centerpieces and other decorations—was $2,141. That’s roughly 7% of the $31,213 average that brides report spending on their wedding in the survey.
How much should you pay for flowers at a wedding?
On average, wedding florists cost between $500 and $1080 nationwide. Many factors affect the cost of wedding flowers including location, flower variety, types of flowers, floral decor, and more. Instead of an hourly rate, wedding florists typically charge per arrangement or offer a package rate.
What is the markup on fresh flowers?
Your profit is sometimes expressed as Cost of Goods Sold. A 40% COGS means that if you sell a $100 arrangement, $40 of that is the product that goes into it. Sometimes profit is expressed as markup. Many in the industry advocate a 3x markup on flowers, 2x markup on hardgoods, and 20% labor.
How can I save money on flowers?
9 Ways to Save on Wedding Flowers
- Discuss Your Budget With Your Florist. Be up-front with your florist about your budget.
- Stay Local and Seasonal. Local, in-season flowers are the way to go.
- Choose Big Blooms.
- Swap Out Costly Stems.
- Don’t Immediately Count Out a Flower.
- Stick to Just Two Kinds.
- Repurpose Your Flowers.
- Go Green.