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What's Typically Included in Flowers & Decorations > Boutonnieres, Corsages

  • Boutonnieres for the groom, groomsmen, fathers and grandfathers, as well as for junior groomsmen and ring bearers
  • Corsages or wristlets for mothers and grandmothers
  • Pins
  • Ribbons for corsages
  • Delivery of flower pieces to your locations

Additional Cost Items to Look Out For

  • Additional boutonnieres and corsages for godparents
  • Cost of out-of-season flowers desired
  • Cost of imported flowers desired
  • Alternatives like succulents or non-floral d'cor items like feathers
  • Unique greenery such as imported greenery
  • 2nd choice flowers if your first choice flowers aren't available or market-priced well
  • Unique boutonnieres, like dual rose heads for the groom and his departed father
  • Cold storage of floral pieces
  • Delivery if not included, or if extra charges for multiple location delivery
  • DIY materials if you wish to make your own, including florals, pins, florist wire, and accents
  • Labels for DIY bouts and corsages

Why Does It Cost This Much?

The flowers might not be in abundance, but it's the time needed to make these detailed little pieces in such a way that they hold up during the entire wedding day, during dancing, hugging, in hot and cold weather, and in the course of celebrating. Talented professional floral designers take hours to make detailed floral pieces, and of course market prices of chosen flowers will boost labor costs into what boutonnieres and corsages cost today.

Larger bridal parties on the men's side, plus lots of honored men getting boutonnieres, and lots of honored ladies getting their corsages or wristlets ' especially when you choose different styles per woman or man ' call for greater investment.

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