My rates depend on the type of the arrangement you envision. For example; tall, domed centerpieces tend to cost more for both bloom and labor than short, mason-jar style centerpieces.
I strive to work with couples in order to meet their floral budgets and can suggest ways to use seasonal flowers and alternatives that can give you the style and flavor you are dreaming of without breaking your honeymoon budget!
Ranges for Standard Arrangements:
Bridal bouquet: $150-200
Bridesmaid bouquet: $45-65
Arbor arrangements: $125-350
cover photo by: laurel mcconnell photography
frequently asked questions:
How do you keep your rates so low? I am so fortunate to have a home studio and be able to keep my costs down through sacrificing rental inventory for 1:1 personalized attention to my couples. I can refer you to awesome vendors for rentals and planning so that, as a boutique florist, I am only focused on your floral design. It’s my mission to be transparent and flexible on pricing, committing to no minimums on floral orders and free consultation time for brides & grooms looking for my lush, natural, pacific northwest aesthetic. Spend the majority of your wedding budget on lasting items like photography and guest experience and work with a floral designer who can provide excellent, personalized service and value while honoring your budgetary priorities.
Where do you get your flowers and foliage? While working with several local wholesale florists, I also have connections with small farms for dahlias, greenery and vines. I am part of the Seattle Wholesale Growers Cooperative and grow all my own succulents.
What happens if you are sick or injured on my wedding day? That’s a scary idea for any couple planning one of the most important days of their lives! Rest assured that I have several time-tested and trusted employees, have worked three wedding weekends with broken fingers (!) and have relationships with other floral vendors who I know would assist in a pinch! After 20 years of doing wedding and event florals, I can safely say that I made every single event come to fruition no matter what was happening in my personal life and that is my commitment to every couple who books with me.
Do you take more than one wedding in a day? Very seldomly- only if the wedding florals requested are within my service bandwidth. Often I will have a DIY couple who only requests bridal party arrangements and wants to pick them up from my studio- in that case, I am free to take on a larger project that day. I will always be transparent with you during our consult if that were to be the case.
What is your experience level and how many weddings do you book per year? My beloved aunt was a florist on Capitol Hill in Seattle for 20 years; she taught me the basics of floral arranging when I was still in college and I did about 15-20 weddings per year throughout graduate school and my career’s early days- mostly through word of mouth and for friends and family. When I adopted my daughter in 2017, I stepped away from my full time position as a mental health therapist and starting working in weddings and events as well. I have been blessed to take on about 50 weddings per year and have done the florals for over 250 weddings in the last 20 years.