Design & Floral Budget Calculator

Select the option below that most closely matches the size of your event.

Wedding: Ceremony and Reception

75 Guests

Starting Budget: $1,600 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces and personal flowers.

Realistic Budget: $2,000 or more – This is closer to what the average bride spends. Of course, with altar arrangements, tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $3,500.

Note: This assumes a fairly small bridal party of 2 bridesmaids and groomsmen, 2 sets of parents, a flower girl and a ringbearer. If your bridal party is larger, you should add a few hundred dollars.

100 Guests

Starting Budget: $1,750 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces and personal flowers.

Realistic Budget: $2,250 or more – This is closer to what the average bride spends. Of course, with altar arrangements, tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $4,000.

Note: This assumes a fairly small bridal party of 2 bridesmaids and groomsmen, 2 sets of parents, a flower girl and a ringbearer. If your bridal party is larger, you should add a few hundred dollars.

150 Guests

Starting Budget: $2,300 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces and personal flowers.

Realistic Budget: $3,000 or more – This is closer to what the average bride spends. Of course, with altar arrangements, tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $5,000.

Note: This assumes a bridal party of 3 bridesmaids and groomsmen, 2 sets of parents, a flower girl and a ringbearer. If your bridal party is larger or smaller, you should add or subtract a few hundred dollars.

200 Guests

Starting Budget: $3,000 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces and personal flowers.

Realistic Budget: $4,000 or more – This is closer to what the average bride spends. Of course, with altar arrangements, tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $7,000.

Note: This assumes an average bridal party of 4 bridesmaids and groomsmen, 2 sets of parents and grandparents, 2 ushers and attendants, a flower girl and a ringbearer. If your bridal party is larger or smaller, you should add or subtract a few hundred dollars.

300 Guests

Starting Budget: $4,000 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces and personal flowers.

Realistic Budget: $5,500 or more – This is closer to what the average bride spends. Of course, with altar arrangements, tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $8,500.

Note: This assumes an average bridal party of 4 bridesmaids and groomsmen, 2 sets of parents and grandparents, 2 ushers and attendants, a flower girl and a ringbearer. If your bridal party is larger or smaller, you should add or subtract a few hundred dollars.

Wedding: Ceremony Only

2 Bridesmaids

Starting Budget: $1,000 – Blue Bouquet has a minimum budget requirement of $1,000. Depending on your style and size of your family, that might be enough to cover all of your personal flowers (bouquets, boutonnieres, corsages for Mothers and Grandmothers, etc.) plus one altar arrangement. Of course, if your style leans toward premium blooms or if you have an especially large family, it’s possible to reach $1,000 in personal flowers alone.

4 Bridesmaids

Starting Budget: $1,000 – Blue Bouquet has a minimum budget requirement of $1,000, which should be enough to cover all of your personal flowers. If we also created large altar arrangements and aisle arrangements, the budget could exceed $2,000.

6 Bridesmaids

Starting Budget: $1,200 – With a conservative approach, it’s possible that we could create all of your personal flowers for $1,200. Of course, with premium blooms and custom design elements, as well as altar arrangements and aisle treatments, the budget could exceed $2,500.

Wedding: Reception Only

75 Guests

Starting Budget: $1,000 – Blue Bouquet has a minimum budget requirement of $1,000. With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

Realistic Budget: $1,500 or more – This is closer to what the average bride spends. Of course, with tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $2,250.

100 Guests

Starting Budget: $1,150 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

Realistic Budget: $1,750 or more – This is closer to what the average bride spends. Of course, with tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $2,750.

150 Guests

Starting Budget: $1,750 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

Realistic Budget: $2,250 or more – This is closer to what the average bride spends. Of course, with tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $3,750.

200 Guests

Starting Budget: $2,250 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

Realistic Budget: $3,000 or more – This is closer to what the average bride spends. Of course, with tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $4,500.

300 Guests

Starting Budget: $3,000 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

Realistic Budget: $4,250 or more – This is closer to what the average bride spends. Of course, with tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $6,000.

Private Party

75 Guests

Starting Budget: $1,000 – Blue Bouquet has a minimum budget requirement of $1,000. With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

Realistic Budget: $1,500 or more – This is closer to what the average client spends. Of course, with tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $2,250.

100 Guests

Starting Budget: $1,150 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

Realistic Budget: $1,750 or more – This is closer to what the average client spends. Of course, with tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $2,750.

150 Guests

Starting Budget: $1,750 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

Realistic Budget: $2,250 or more – This is closer to what the average client spends. Of course, with tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $3,750.

200 Guests

Starting Budget: $2,250 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

Realistic Budget: $3,000 or more – This is closer to what the average client spends. Of course, with tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $4,500.

300 Guests

Starting Budget: $3,000 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

Realistic Budget: $4,250 or more – This is closer to what the average client spends. Of course, with tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $6,000.

Corporate or Charity Event

75 Guests

Starting Budget: $1,000 – Blue Bouquet has a minimum budget requirement of $1,000. This might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

100 Guests

Starting Budget: $1,000 – Blue Bouquet has a minimum budget requirement of $1,000. This might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

Realistic Budget: $1,500 or more – This is closer to what the average client spends. Of course, with tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $2,300.

150 Guests

Starting Budget: $1,000 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

Realistic Budget: $2,000 or more – This is closer to what the average client spends. Of course, with tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $3,200.

200 Guests

Starting Budget: $1,500 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

Realistic Budget: $2,750 or more – This is closer to what the average client spends. Of course, with tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $4,000.

300 Guests

Starting Budget: $1,750 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

Realistic Budget: $4,250 or more – This is closer to what the average client spends. Of course, with tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $5,250.

400 Guests

Starting Budget: $2,250 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

Realistic Budget: $5,500 or more – This is closer to what the average client spends. Of course, with tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $7,000.

500 Guests

Starting Budget: $2,500 – With a conservative approach (or with some DIY effort), it’s possible that this might be enough to cover your centerpieces.

Realistic Budget: $7,250 or more – This is closer to what the average client spends. Of course, with tall centerpieces and additional design elements or floral arrangements, the budget could exceed $9,000.