Wedding Forms and FAQs

Forms

Tell us about your vision

Want to work with us for your wedding? Follow the link below and fill out the our inquiry packet. Then, email or mail it to us so we can begin to plan for your big day!

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FAQs

How do I get started?

Consider the time of year you’re getting married and what’s in season. See below for a list of seasonal flowers. Or start by creating a color palette you love. You could go to a paint shop and pull swatches that match the mood and feel of your day. There are lots of examples of wedding flowers online or take a look at some of the floral designs Rebecca has created. Call to set up a consultation with Rebecca at her Roundhouse Plaza location in Northampton.

How much should I budget for my flowers?

The sky’s the limit when it comes to flowers for your wedding, but realistically you can plan on spending about 8% of your overall budget. This covers the bride’s bouquet, bridesmaids’ bouquets, boutonnieres, corsages, and ceremony and reception arrangements. How much you actually spend depends on many different factors, such as whether or not the flowers you choose are in season in your area, the size and complexity of the arrangements, and how far the flowers must travel to the ceremony and reception. Be sure to have your budget worked out in advance of meeting with Rebecca for the first time so she can show you all the options in your price range. (Quoted from theknot.com)

Depending on time of year and what flowers you select, here is a range of  what you might spend on your flowers:

– bridal bouquet: $150 – $600
– bridesmaid bouquet: $100 – $200
– boutonniere: $10 – $25
– corsage: $20 – $40
– centerpiece: $50 – $500
– wreath: $150 – $300

Selecting Flowers in Season

Why is this something to consider? Purchasing flowers that are available during the time of year of your wedding means they are readily available, more affordable and hearty. That doesn’t mean you have to go this route but knowing what’s available can guide you in putting your vision together.

Summer

Calla Lily
Dahlia
Dusty Miller
Hydrangea
Lisianthus
Ranunculus
Succulents
Sunflower

Autumn

Billy Balls
Celosia
Dahlia
Chrysanthemum
Scabiosa

Winter

Amaryllis
Evergreens
Pepper Berries

Spring

Daffodil
Hyacinth
Lilac
Lily of the Valley
Peony
Tulip

Year-Round

Garden Roses
Hydrangea
Hypericum Berries
Roses
Sunflower