I believe that your floral design should not only perfectly reflect your quintessential style, but your experience should be flawless. I take care of my clients from start to finish with a professional process and impeccable execution.

One of my core values is pricing consistency and transparency. I am committed to using my design expertise to maximize your budget and deliver the highest value floral design for your vision. I am an unrepentant lover of a great value, and I will always ensure that I provide you with the highest value proposal to maximize your budget while delivering your gorgeous vision.

I calculate the cost of each arrangement by the stem, using standard floral industry pricing based on the most up-to-date floral commodity pricing.

Let’s start a conversation to discuss your florals.

Typical Pricing

Lower-range prices use a combination of standard blooms (roses, on-trend carnations, etc.) and lux blooms (peonies, ranunculus, anemone, garden roses, dahlias, orchids, etc.) in classically gorgeous containers.

Upper-range prices are for designs using large quantities of lux blooms and high-end containers.

Most of my full-service wedding clients invest between $3500-$8500 in their florals..


Bridal bouquet: $250–$375
Bridesmaid bouquet: $85-$175
Boutonniere: $25-$35
Bracelet wrist corsage: $62-75

Altar flowers: $75–$500
Arch/Chuppah flowers and fabric: $300-$1500
Hand-crafted wooden arch rental: $300

Cocktail table centerpieces: $15-$125
Candle centerpieces with greenery: $70-$95
Floral vintage bottle tablescapes: $100-$175
Ikebana-inspired centerpieces: $55-$185
Low compote centerpieces: $250-$375

Ceilings: $1000+
Mantel: $900-$1650
Hanging installations (chandeliers, wreaths, clouds): $850+
Reception entrance arch: $1500+

Local (Bucks County): $225-$550
Beyond Bucks County: Calculated based upon distance and setup requirements

Are you looking to have me take care of all the details so you can soak in your wedding week? Click here to start a conversation about your full-service floral package.

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