Wedding Flowers & Packages
How much do wedding flowers cost and the average order price
You can understand how much do the wedding flowers cost by analysing what this price is made up of. According to the experts, the average cost is $250. The cost depends on the following factors:
- - Type of flowers
- - Order value
- - Florist services
- - Design
- - Delivery destination.
It is not enough to know the average price of wedding flowers. You also need to keep in mind the popular payment methods with florists.
- - Quote where total price is calculated.
- - $50 deposit cost option and payment by instalments.
- - Rent. Applies only to artificial flowers.
- - Postpaid and PayPal payment.
How to order online
On our website you can buy wedding flowers & packages online. Please note our delivery terms. We offer a wide range for sale with a good price for any event. High-quality wedding flowers can be cheap.
We understand that you do not want to overpay, that’s why our prices are cheap. We offer products on any budget due to cooperation with farmers directly. It is easy. As a result, ordering with us you save 50% - 70% compared to local stores.
Bulk order – save more!
You can buy wedding flowers wholesale and save even more. Working with flower farmers and large flower farms around the world, we provide the wholesale price for our customers.
Delivery. Ways of sending wedding flowers.
We can deliver wedding flowers & packages in any convenient way for you: sending it Same day, Next day or on the specified date.
Shipping is done with local driver in a refrigerator’s truck and by the most popular UPS courier service to deliver your flowers on time.
We ship orders next day only to make sure you will receive fresh cut flowers from the farm.
Buying wedding flowers in local shops – is it a good idea?
If you want to buy flowers at a local shop nearby, keep in mind that local florists sell our products with additional margin.
Ordering with us you get fresh wedding flowers the next day right from the flower farmer to your door. Are you ready to overpay for non-fresh goods at a local store?