Q&A :: Pricing Boutonnieres & Corsages

The Question:
It’s been awhile since we’ve done a pricing post on boutonnieres and/or corsages.
Send in a picture of a boutonniere or corsage that you have designed. Please also include a list of the materials you used and the final price for the piece.

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The Answers:

Kris of KRISanthemums, Oregon

KRISanthemums Boutonniere, Lambs ear (from my gardens), leather  wrap (from saddle shop throw away), cedar from gardens, berries  $20.00

Lambs ear (from my gardens), leather wrap (from saddle shop throw away), cedar from gardens, berries $20.00

KRISanthemums Corsage - White cymbidium orchid, pink ranunculus, eucalyptus, bear grass, bracelet and one bling pin $45.00

White cymbidium orchid, pink ranunculus, eucalyptus, bear grass, bracelet and one bling pin $45.00

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Andrea of Dandie Andie Floral Designs, Ontario

Dandie Andie Boutonniere - 2x Spray Rose, Sprig of Green Trick, 1x Tuberose bloom, A few hypericum berries Wrapped with wire. $15

2x Spray Rose, Sprig of Green Trick, 1x Tuberose bloom, A few hypericum berries
Wrapped with wire.
$15

Dandie Andie Floral Design Boutonniere - 2x Spray Rose, Sprig of Statice, 1x Tuberose bloom, 1x Variegated Lily Grass Wrapped with wire. $12

2x Spray Rose, Sprig of Statice, 1x Tuberose bloom, 1x Variegated Lily Grass
Wrapped with wire.
$12

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Tracy of Park Place Design, Michigan

Park Place Design - White rose, moss and some twine, and brunia, and lambs ear - $21.00

White rose, moss and some twine, and brunia, and lambs ear
$21.00

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Buffy of Pink Posey Design, Colorado

Pink Posey Design - Blushing Bride Protea, agonis Berries, scabiosa bud, camelia foliage and small ranunculus. $18

Blushing Bride Protea, agonis Berries, scabiosa bud, camelia foliage and small ranunculus.
$18

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Lauren of Garden Gate Florals, Florida

Garden Gate Florals - Succulent Oregonia Varigated Green Thistle Teal, gold and dark teal ribbon tied. $18.00

Succulent
Oregonia Varigated
Green Thistle
Teal, gold and dark teal ribbon tied.
$18.00

Garden Gate Florals - Dusty Miller Leaf Peach Ilse Spray Rose Peach Hypericum Berries 3 stems of Birch  Wrapped in Ivory ribbon with a tiny white pearl pin $18.00

Dusty Miller Leaf
Peach Ilse Spray Rose
Peach Hypericum Berries
3 stems of Birch
Wrapped in Ivory ribbon with a tiny white pearl pin
$18.00

Garden Gate Florals - Baby's Breath Jute/burlap ribbon tiny white pearl pin $12.00

Baby’s Breath
Jute/burlap ribbon
tiny white pearl pin
$12.00

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Tammy of Wild Bunch, Shropshire, UK

Wild Bunch Corsage - Double white ranunculus, lilly of the valley, forget me knot, brunnera (and beautiful silk ribbon from Silk and Willow) £9.50

Double white ranunculus, lilly of the valley, forget me knot, brunnera (and beautiful silk ribbon from Silk and Willow)
£9.50

Wild Bunch - Santolina, Pheasants eye naricissi, lilly of the valley, asparagues fern and stachys £8.50

Santolina, Pheasants eye naricissi, lilly of the valley, asparagues fern and stachys
£8.50

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Jessica of Blooms ‘n Blossoms, Kentucky

Blooms 'n Blossoms Boutonniere, 1 hellebores 3 creeping red sedum florets 1 boston fern frond 1 stem tri color sage 1 stem lemon thyme 1 stem dill tape, wire & bindwire  Price $18

1 hellebores
3 creeping red sedum florets
1 boston fern frond
1 stem tri color sage
1 stem lemon thyme
1 stem dill
tape, wire & bindwire
Price $18

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Laurie of Fleurie, California

Fleurie, Wired and taped boutonniere with wrapped stem.  I stem spray rose 4.50 1 Galax leaf .50 .25 yd ribbon .50 Pin Labor Tape Wire  $15.00

Wired and taped boutonniere with wrapped stem.
I stem spray rose 4.50
1 Galax leaf .50
.25 yd ribbon .50
Pin
Labor
Tape
Wire
$15.00

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I love getting creative on corsages and to be honest I’m not sure if I could create just a “basic” corsage because I haven’t done one since probably my first floral design class. I know some may think corsages are just an aftermath for flowers, but they are typically for the mothers of the bride and groom, who could possibly be the most important support system these two have had, so they should be wearing something beautiful for their flowers. Here are a few fun and not so typical designs I’ve done in the past.
Katie of Noonan’s Wine Country Designs & The Petal Club, California

Noonan's Wine Country Designs & The Petal Club - Peacock feather wristlet corsage

This was a wedding with peacock feathers and took place at the historic Santa Margarita Barn so burlap and feathers was a must, so we took a basic cuff and wrapped it with burlap, then added in a peacock feather and used the colors of the wedding with a few petals from a purple vanda orchid and then a green pompom mum. The price of this was $25.

Noonan's Wine Country Designs & The Petal Club - dusty miller and rose corsage

For these wrist corsages, they look more traditional, but are created on a floral decorative wire bracelet. These are the more common corsages that go out our door for clients and we create all the bracelets with the wire color of their choice and then add a base with a heavy kraft or fabric covered cardboard at the top of the bracelet. We typically cover this part with a foliage and then add in the flowers and maybe a decorative ribbon or lace accent. These are $25-$30 depending on the flowers used.

Noonan's Wine Country Designs & The Petal Club - Wristlet Corsage

These mother’s corsages were created with a much more labor intensive technique of creating the bracelet with three taped wires and then weaving lily grass tightly into a cuff bracelet creates your base. Then you are able to adhere blooms and accents as desired. Below we used a string of pearls to match the mother’s dresses and then added blooms of vanda orchids, but this can be customized to any style or color scheme. The price of these are $35, maybe should be more but like I said clients have a hard time paying more than $35 for “corsages” so it’s all about showing them a different type of corsage.

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Do you have a question you’d like to ask for a Q&A session? Email it to me at: info@flirtyfleurs.com

Let’s Talk About Pricing – Aisle Petal Designs

We’re back with another discussion on Pricing – this time how to price Aisle Petal Pattern Designs.

I fell in love with this design executed by Laurie of Fleurie from the very first moment I saw it – talk about perfection!

Designed by Fleurie of Reedley California, Wedding Ceremony aisle with petals placed in scrolls pattern.

The Details To Consider When Pricing:

  • Original concept design + ordering the correct number of roses to execute the design
  • Prep Work at the Studio – Processing roses when they arrived from the wholesaler, depetaling blossoms, mixing colors, spraying with crowning glory, drying and prepping for storage, clean up of studio
  • 400 Roses
  • Prep Work Labor – 2 people @ 4 hours each = 8 hours
  • Execution of design at wedding ceremony site, 2 Designers x 45 minutes each = 1 1/2 of labor
  • Clean up after Ceremony

Rose Petals for the aisle in storage boxes

Designed by Fleurie Flowers, setting up the wedding ceremony aisle with rose petal scrolls

Think about every element of this design …

What would you charge to do this aisle petals design?

Let’s Talk About Pricing – Candles & Petals for the Aisle

Red rose petal and candle lined ceremony aisle by The Flower House

Red rose petal and candle lined ceremony aisle by The Flower House

Red rose petal and candle lined ceremony aisle by The Flower House

I love my friend Amy, she tells it the way it is!
In her words-

The Roses:
The aisle was made using 500 roses worth of petals. I bought box lots and got a great price on them 2 weeks before Valentines day. The bulk roses cost us $0.48 each but I HAD to take shipment 2 weeks out to lock in the price before the ridiculous holiday pricing kicked in. Ironically, the other 600 roses I ordered for personal flowers and centerpieces (which were at the highest sessional Valentine’s prices and from a very excellent grower) came in so ugly that I ended up using the roses I had stored dry for 2 weeks. The new roses that cost $2.25 a stem wholesale went on the aisle. Damn V-day.
Aisle petals: $1000 (which is really only possible with bulk pricing).

The Candles:
75 each side, assorted pillars and floating, $1000. That particular wedding we were able to incorporate previously burned pillars. New would have cost her double. I generally only use LED now- because of real candles propensity to blow out and for safety reasons. The last wedding we did that treatment with using real candles was at demand of the mother of the Bride. I had really pushed her for LED and she refused. The bride’s dress caught on fire during the ceremony. The mom laughed about it afterwards and said that was her own fault. Now when I tell brides and MOBs that story they all quickly agree that LEDs are just fine. HAHAHA!
LED treatments can also be done without the glass and it still looks pretty.
I charged $500 to set up and strike the aisle too.

Total Price Tag: $2,500.00

Thank you, Amy, for working with us on this pricing post. Amy is the owner of The Flower House in Denver, Colorado.

Let’s Talk about Pricing – Sunflower Aisle Decor

Sunflowers lining the ceremony aisle, designed by The Flower House, Denver
Sunflowers decorating the Ceremony Aisle by The Flower House

How cool is the aisle decor treatment?!
I love the Sunflowers lining the ceremony aisle – very happy and celebratory for an outdoor Colorado style wedding.
I asked my friend, Amy of The Flower House, to tell us more about this ceremony and its price tag.

“A complete pain in the arse depending on the soil conditions. Too soggy and you’re in trouble, to dry and you’re in trouble. We had hard ground and had to take a power drill with a large auger bit to get into the ground… which is dangerous thanks to the sprinkler system. After we “planted” them we did “water them in” when we set up.. I went back the next day to strike and even though the wedding took place on a sweltering August day, all the sunflowers were still alive.”

The Details:
80 Sunflowers x $3.50 per stem = $280
Labor for Installation & Strike = $85
1 Drill with Auger Bit = $100 – (although it has been used for several projects since this wedding and not all $100 was applied to this wedding)
Final Price Tag: $400.00

Images by Lindsay B Photography

Thank you, Amy, for working with us on this pricing post. Amy is the owner of The Flower House in Denver, Colorado.

Let’s Talk about Pricing – Aisle Petals II

Did you do your homework yesterday? Did you calculate out what you’d charge for this aisle petal design?

Lush aisle petals on The Broadmoor, designed by Cori Cook

Here are a few more angles on the aisle …

Lush aisle petals on The Broadmoor, designed by Cori Cook

(8) 25-stem bunches of roses = 200 Stems of Roses

Cori was able to pre-order and confirm a discounted price for these roses. (Remember what we said yesterday, getting discounted prices can be tricky so be very careful with this approach. Cori was able to secure a discount price and opted to pass on that savings to her clients.)
200 Roses x $2.00 per stem Retail = $400.00
Labor 30% = $115.50
Setup – 2 People x $50.00 Per Hour x 1 Hour = $100.00
Strike – 2 People x $50.00 Per Hour x 1 Hour = $100.00
Final Price = $725.00 (Round up to a ‘whole number’)

Now most people who did answer us yesterday stated they would charge $800-$1,500 for this aisle petal treatment.
Let’s do the math:
200 Roses x $4.00 per stem Retail = $800.00
Labor 30% = $240.00
Setup – 2 People = $100.00
Strike – 2 People = $100.00
Final Price = $1240.00 (Round up or down to a ‘whole number’, I’d probably go to $1,200.00 or $1,250.00)

Huge Thank You to Cori Cook Floral Design for working with us on this project!
PS – did you all see those gorgeous floral arrangements at the front and back of the aisle?! g.o.r.g.e.o.u.s

Let’s Talk About Pricing – Aisle Petals

The on-going question I hear in the floral industry is – “how much should I charge for (such & such) design?”
Of course there are many factors that go into figuring out the final price of all floral designs – the season, the availability of the flowers, your location.
And it seems one of the hardest designs to price out are aisle petals. After all, can’t you just pick up unused flower petals off your floor?? Surely you’ve heard brides, wedding planners, other vendors, and magazines/blogs suggest that idea! As if.

Let’s take a deeper look at why petals cost what they cost.
#1- A Rose is a Rose and each one costs the same regardless of how you plan to use it.
#2- The majority of roses are flown in from South America and transportation to get them here costs money.
#3- At times we can get discounted petals from our wholesalers – such a lovely treat when that works out that way! However, we have to plan on paying full-price for the roses, there is no guarantee we can get the petals at a discounted price – especially in a specific color.
#4- Those petals off the floor? Yea sure, those guard petals that have been stomped on will look great down the aisle.
#5- And even if we did decide to pick them up off the floor we’d have to pay an employee to do so – that costs money.
#6- There’s never enough discarded petals on the floor to use on an aisle anyway.
#7- Most people think – well, it’s JUST petals. Preparing petals takes time – figure out how long it takes to de-petal 200 roses … time=money. Charge for that time. It takes time to calculate how many petals are needed, ordering them, picking them up, conditioning them, de-petaling, storing them and time to actually setup at the wedding.
#8- Keep in mind the clean up after the event and the labor involved – washing containers and buckets, etc.

When you think about it there is a lot to consider when pricing out aisle petals, right?

Let’s do a little homework project together.
Check out this gorgeous aisle design by Cori Cook Floral Design of Colorado.
Cori used (8) 25-stem bunches of roses to complete this look.
Lush aisle petals on The Broadmoor, designed by Cori Cook

Please leave us a comment and tell us what you’d charge for this design.
Tomorrow we’ll be back with what Cori charged.

What is the per guest cost for this table? by Nancy Liu Chin

At the end of the last post on Flirty Fleurs Blog, I promised Alicia that I would do another behind the scenes breakdown of real costs. Last time, the design was more luxe and glam. This time I wanted to feature rustic/farmhouse, country elegance. I have a feeling that this style might connect with more of you as not many weddings are Gatsby like(yet!)

I certainly want to reiterate what I said previously which is this — the world, as we know it, is filled with instant gratification. Through the ease at which any bride, groom, planner can now find stunning inspirations via“social media or the internet outlets “ (aka pinterest, twitter, facebook, instagram, blogs), wedding “eye candy” has encouraged a heightened level of expectation — which many clients may not be able to afford.

Visual impact of posts, tweets, instagrams from planned photo shoots and actual real weddings have set the bar – the standards of beauty for a wedding is now much higher than ever before. What was in yesterday, might not be good enough today.
What was once considered a fantasy, now seems and appears to be a norm that should be doable, reachable. Because every day people seem to have weddings that look equally as glamorous as celebrities, brides (and their planners) are having a harder time trying to distinguish the true value of things.

For several years now, there seems to be dozens and dozens of weddings featured daily that are all so beautiful and quite detailed oriented. It’s made people think that every wedding can look like a published real wedding.

I promised in the last article that I would show a breakdown of another design. I wanted it to be rustic and country since the last one was more ballroom and luxury. I also wanted to feature a table design that was more simple and featured items that were not premium rentals. Going with linens that were actually poly cotton. Dishes that were standard. This photo shoot at Quarry Hill featuring BLR Photo and A Savvy Event was previously featured on Style Me Pretty and also in 2012’s Today’s Bride Magazine.

centerpiece

Nancy Liu Chin

Nancy Liu Chin

Nancy Liu Chin

For this reception underneath a wood gazebo, we(meaning our awesome planner, A Savvy Event and I) decided on 2 long tables(each 16 feet long, seating 16 guests each). For this rustic, garden look, let’s break down the costs – for 32 guests

4 8 feet table metal tables – $60 each
8 wooden bench – $30
6 Large Rustic Lanterns – $25 each
6 Medium Rustic Lanterns – $20 each
6 Small Rustic Lanterns – $15 each
30 dozen rose petals – $150
Scented Colored candles for Lanterns – $8.99 each
32 Bowls – $.55 each
32 Cream Dinner plates – $.55 each
32 Cream Chargers – $1.15 each
32 Bread Plates – $.55 each
32 Melon Poly Cotton Napkins – $.75 each
32 Champagne Etched Glass – $.75 each
32 Water Etched Glass – $.75 each
32 Wine Etched Glass – $.75 each
32 Knife – $.60 each
32 Salad Fork – $.60 each
32 Dinner Fork – $.60 each
32 Spoon – $.60 each
2 boxes of 24 macaroons each – $42.00 each box
8 rustic centerpieces featuring coral charm peonies, ranunculus and other seasonal flowers from NLC – $75.00 each
6 Assorted Pillows – $15.00 each

*setup, delivery, taxes and breakdown costs are not included.

What do you think is the per guest cost?

Is it between
a) $20 – $35?
b) $35 – $50?
c) $50 – $75?
d) none of the above

Please note: For this photo shoot, Kelly McKeskey-Dolata, wedding planner and owner of A Savvy Event and I rented all the tables, lanterns, dishes, glassware, linens, pillows, flatware. The flowers, macaroons and the paper products were not rental items. All rentals courtesy of Wine Country Party Rentals. Venue at Quarry Hill in Sonoma. Photography by BLR

I would like to end this by saying that I’m guilty of feeding this frenzy of complex tablescapes, glamourous weddings, and intricate pretty details that all seem pretty effortless. Effortless. But it would be naïve of me to say that behind even a simple table design, there were countless of decisions and hours and hours of thought. I’m lucky to have an abundance of resources(yet I always want more) that can make any dream, inspiration happen!

Let us know what you think about this more budget design.

Written by Nancy Liu Chin, visit Nancy’s Website HERE.
Thank you, Nancy, for another fabulous and in-depth article. I, for one, am quite curious to hear what the Price Per Guest is!

What is the per guest cost for this table? by Nancy Liu Chin

I’m so pleased to be writing another article for the Flirty Fleurs Blog. Alicia has been so inspiring to me as I await the new ideas, new flower tips, and behind the scenes stories from her perspective.

One of the things I often sense from clients today is that they have these fantasy inspiration boards through pinterest or lover.ly that to them should be achievable. After all, if it’s so easy to find all this wedding “eye candy”, it’s got to be fairly reachable for any budget, right?

Unlike when I was wedding planning in 1999, where the average bride would only see a handful of real weddings in magazines, today you can see plenty of new real weddings every day (actually – not just a handful in magazines but dozens upon dozens of real weddings on blogs, on line digital magazines as well as through pinterest, facebook, twitter and instagram), so there is no shortage of real weddings! What was once seen as special, unique, and one of kind, today with the oversaturation of “real weddings”, it would make anyone planning a wedding now to feel like all things are within their budgetary grasp.

But is it?

What is behind the cost for a real event, might just surprise you.
Let’s break down this Gatsby inspired Art Deco table featured in April 2013’s Grace Ormonde’s digital wedding issue.

Grace Ormonde

Nancy Liu Chin Floral Design

This table photographed by Kevin Chin and designed by Charmed Events and NLC Designs.

Black Gold White Table Setting

black succulent

Black Gold White Table Setting

Black Gold White Table Setting

Black Gold White Table Setting

Black Gold White Table Setting

Black Gold White Table Setting

For this 24 foot long table, let’s break down the costs – for 24 guests

3 8 feet table Black – $225 each
30 Louis Chair Black chair with Gold Cushion center – $17.50 Each
5 Black Acrylic Lamps – $45 each
1 Gold And Black Back Drop – $500
30 Gold King A. Dinner Fork – $1.20 each
30 Gold Dinner Knives -$1.20 each
90 Gold Salad Fork(30 for salad, 30 for 1st course, 30 for dessert)- $1.20 each
60 Gold Salad Knives – $1.20 each
30 Gold Teaspoon – $1.20 each
30 Black C. Napkin $2.25 each
30 Black Onyz Goblet – $1.56 each
30 Champagne Glass $- 1.46 each
30 Wine Glass -$1.46 each
30 Water Glass – $1.46 each
30 Black Charger – $3.15
30 Gothic Plate – $.1.00 each
90 Gothic Salad Plate(30 for salad, 30 for 1st plated course, 30 for cake) – $1.00 each
30 Cups – $1.00 each
30 Saucer – $1.00
30 Dinner Plate white with Gold – $.57 each
4 Chevron Runner – $30 each
20 gold logs – $5 each
4 gold arrangement with all white lisianthus – $70 each
3 gold arrangements with white irises – $55 each
12 narrow glass with white phalenopsis – $40 each
20 black succulent – $7.50 each
24 gold votives – $2.25 each
15 assorted Mercury Distressed Candlesticks – $10 each
15 Pillar candles – $12.50 each
3 oval gold arrangements with white cyclamen – $55 each
8 pieces of gold sand blasted grapevine – $25 each
4 cans of gold spray paint – $5.50 each
2 bunches of loose white phalenopsis orchid – $150 each

*setup, delivery, taxes and breakdown costs are not included.

What is the per guest cost for this table?

A: $170 per guest!

It’s sometimes hard to understand but a reception is not just about the flowers but it’s a combination of many parts.

This was a ballroom table so look forward to my next article will I will break down a farm/rustic table.

Contact Information:
Nancy Liu Chin Floral & Event Design

Thank you, Nancy, for this insightful article! As always, you are such an inspiring treasure in our floral industry!

Let’s Discuss Small Budgets..

Hi Flower Friends,
I received the following email from one of our readers and I think she raises a very good concern. Let’s face it, not every bride can spend thousands of dollars on flowers and decorations. I realize many of you have minimums for clients, but someone out there must be taking care of the smaller budget brides. To those designers, what advice do you have for our reader? (and all the other readers wondering the same thing). Please leave a comment below, or if you have photos of pieces you’ve designed for budget brides, please email those to: info@flirtyfleurs.com.

“I’m working as a new designer in a medium-sized, quite financially-conservative (and overall conservative) town.
I have been able to find tons of articles online and in print from high-profile designers about making sure you charge for the full value of your work, educating your customers on the value of what you do, explaining the pricing behind their pinterest and bridal magazine finds– but the average wedding budget here is probably $10,000-$12,000, with the DIYers obviously clocking in as low as they possibly can.
At the small local flower shop where I used to work, the average budget for wedding flowers was $500-$1200. They wanted roses in a little posy. They wanted gerberas, they wanted daisies. To put it bluntly, it wasn’t a matter of educating the customer or upselling them, this was their budget, and they weren’t willing or able to spend more.
Some of my workarounds so far have been monotbotanic/ monochrome arrangements so I can order in bulk, loading up on greenery and garlands vs. spending on flowers, selling market bunches for the diy crowd, but I am always looking for new ideas.
Are there any websites, portfolios, thoughts or articles that you or your contributors could recommend for someone in a small town with small budgets? I would love advice on making a small budget look more thoughtfully-styled.”

pink peonies in a bud vase

The Pricing of Boutonnieres, Part II

billy ball boutonniere

Designed by Holly of Sweet Pea Floral Design, Michigan.
Craspedia
Sweet Pea
Scabiosa pods
Oregon fern
Gray grosgrain ribbon
Silver boutonniere pin
$18.50

succulent and pod boutonniere

Designed by Ria of Nature’s Grace Design, Colorado.
Rosemary
Dusty Miller
Scabiosa pod
Geranium
Succulents
Antique lace accent
Satin ribbon
$15.00

yellow orchid boutonniere

Designed by Tina of Living Fresh, Kitchener, Ontario.
Yellow Mini Cymbidium Orchid
Scabiosa Stellata Pods
Red Crocosmia
Seeded Eucalpytus
Grevillea foliage
Wrapped in Charcoal Grosgrain Ribbon
Black Boutonniere Pin
$20.00

orange ranunculus boutonniere

Designed by Ria of Nature’s Grace Design, Colorado.
Orange spray rose
Wood sola flower
Sorbus berries from my tree
Cleopatra fern
Italian velvet
$15.00

Designed by Laurie of Fleurie, Reedley, California. 1 Phalaenopsis floret 1 Stephanotis 1 Dendrobium bud  Seeded Eucalyptus Dusty Miller leaf Ribbon $20. (Photograph of Blessed Beyond Belief )

Designed by Laurie of Fleurie, Reedley, California.
1 Phalaenopsis floret
1 Stephanotis
1 Dendrobium bud
Seeded Eucalyptus
Dusty Miller leaf
Ribbon
$20.00
(Photograph of Blessed Beyond Belief )

purple boutonniere

Designed by Ria of Nature’s Grace Design, Colorado.
Hyacinth
Spanish lavender
Cleopatra fern
Rosemary
Delphinium
Chiffon ribbon
$15.00

peach carnation boutonniere

Designed by Tina of Living Fresh, Kitchener, Ontario.
Blue Bell Eryngium
Peach Mini Carnations
White Spray Asters
Blush Waxflower
Coral Hypericum
Wrapped in Natural Twine
$15.00

ranunculus and muscari boutonniere

Designed by Jessica of Blooms ‘n Blossoms, Georgetown, KY
1 Stem & bud ranunculus
2 Muscari
Beargrass
Bindwire
Tape/floral wire/pins
$17.50

balsa wood boutonniere

Designed by Robyn of Bare Root Flora, Denver, Colorado.
Tapioca wood flowers
One scabiosa bloom and bud
A sprig of pepperberry
A sprig of privet berry
A hint of agonis foliage
$15.00

white calla boutonniere

Designed by Amanda of Alluring Blooms, Wisconsin.
1 White mini calla
1/2 Stem white spray rose
Sprig of seeded eucalyptus
Wire/tape
Pure silk ribbon
$20.00
(Lauren Wakefield Photography)

Designed by Laurie of Fleurie, Reedly, California. 1 Lisianthus 1 Scabiosa pod 1 Love in a Mist 3 Lavender Spikes 1 Geranium Leaf Ribbon $15.00 (Photography by Megan Welker Photography)

Designed by Laurie of Fleurie, Reedly, California.
1 Lisianthus
1 Scabiosa pod
1 Love in a Mist
3 Lavender Spikes
1 Geranium Leaf
Ribbon
$15.00
(Photography by Megan Welker Photography)