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Wedding Flower Budget Planning

I thought it might be helpful to do a quick summary of example wedding flower budgets and what you can expect to receive from us within your budget.

There is a lot of flexibility when it comes to sorting through a budget for your wedding flowers. It’s important to know, as a couple, how important fresh flowers are for your wedding day – you may feel flowers aren’t a central focus for your day or you may feel your flowers are ‘the thing’ that will bring your unique day to life. Also, give some consideration to your venue: does it need the additional decor florals provide or is it a beautiful venue itself and you don’t need to go over the top?

As a good rule of thumb, we suggest your floral budget account for 10-15% of your overall wedding budget. If, on the other hand, you are looking for Pinterest-worthy, abundant design, we would suggest allocating 20-25% of your total wedding budget. Most of our couples spend between £3,500-£7,500 but some spend less or budget more based on your preferences. Remember, it’s your day and the day should reflect your taste and style.

Below is by no means a complete list. Like everything else wedding-flower-related there are so many ‘what ifs’ and ‘except this’ scenarios. The following is meant to be a rough guide to help you plan which items could be covered within a your price range.


  • Most often, this will allow for bridal bouquet, a few bridesmaid bouquets as well as buttonholes for the groom and groomsmen. Depending on the number in the bridal bouquet, it could account for buttonholes for a few additional family members

  • If you are having a very intimate wedding and no bridal party, it could account for your bouquet, a buttonhole as well as a small floral feature on the main table.

£1500 – £3000

  • Depending on the size of the bridal party, this will cover all of the personal flowers (bouquets, buttonholes) as well as allows for some table decorations at the reception (for example, bud vases placed on the guest tables).This could also allow for a feature at the ceremony (i.e. a small floral arch arrangement).

£3500 – £5000

  • This budget could cover the personal flowers as well as a feature element at the ceremony or reception. For example, a floral arch and luxury container arrangements on the guest tables, or abundant aisle statement pieces that could later be moved to dress up your reception.

£6000 – £10,000

  • This price range falls within a typical full service, Pinterest - worthy wedding. Most often this includes personal flowers, an abundant ceremony floral feature, an aisle full of large statement pieces, as well as our luxury container arrangements and candles for the tables.

£10,000 – £15,000

  • With this budget, we are often looking at a collection of personal flowers, large statement / impact pieces at the ceremony (for example, plinth arrangements or an archway PLUS aisle flowers. For the reception, the budget could allow for a hanging feature as well as flowers and candles for the tables.

It’s almost impossible to provide all the details on each and every budget because every couple’s wedding is unique. The above looks to provide some guidance on what items can be accounted for within a budget.

You’ll note we haven’t mentioned lots of the smaller pieces so often requested – for example flower crowns or cake flowers. There are literally hundreds of combinations so we have left these out to try to keep things simple.

It’s also important to be aware labour charges can vary dramatically as well. Each venue has its own rules on when we can set up and when we need to pack down. All of this has an impact on costs for the day. 

Labour charges also change depending on the time of day we need to set-up / pack down as well as the day of the week (Saturdays and Sunday incur premium labour charges and early morning set-ups and late night pack-downs also incur premium labour charges).

From our perspective, we are super excited to work with couples regardless of their budget. We are always happy to provide suggestions on where the money is best spent, and how to make the greatest impact on the day. 

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