Full-Service Weddings, Elopements, Styling & Events
~ in Victoria and across Vancouver Island ~
Pricing begins at $1800. Includes delivery and on-site installations.
Bouquets | Boutonnieres | Floral crowns or hairpieces | Corsages | Cocktail table arrangements | Centerpieces | Bar decor/tablescape | Altars & arches | Floor vignettes | Wall-mounted or floating installations | Welcome Signage | Chair decor | Cake flowers
Options include all those listed above. Pricing beings at $450.
À la Carte
Hand-tied Bouquets – small to large – $90-350
Boutonnieres / Corsages – $25-45
Floral Crowns / Hairpieces – $40-150
Centrepieces – small to large – $60-350
Cake flowers – small to medium – $45-100
Arches / installations – $250-1000+
Please note: A minimum of 2 weeks’ notice is required for general events, however 6-8 weeks’ notice is recommended for weddings or custom design requests.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What can I expect to spend on sustainable flowers and floral design work?
We strive to increase our industry’s sustainability from a workers’ perspective as much as an environmental lens – our pricing reflects fair pay for farmers and florists and the hard work that goes into growing each bloom. There are sustainable options for all budgets. If a large, “flower-forward” wedding is your goal, the cost increases with the size, fullness and complexity of the piece. Selecting seasonal à la carte options or purchasing DIY buckets of local flowers are great options for a smaller floral budget.
What does a floral designer do?
Floral designers work with the colour, texture, shape and space of flowers to create a work of art unique to you and your event. For a wedding or event, floral designers can turn your whimsical, nature-inspired dreams into reality. At the start of the design process, we gather information from the couple about what experience they want from their wedding florals and use our creativity and knowledge to create and execute a plan. Our job entails creating a design plan and budget, sourcing high quality, local flowers, processing them, and then using our skill and creativity to design floral elements that we hope speaks to the couple’s vision for their wedding day. In addition, delivery, set up and take down of pieces on-site is necessary for certain designs and included in our total design package.
What makes flowers sustainable, or not?
Sustainability is determined by knowing where flowers are coming from and how they are grown. Are chemicals being used to control pests and feed the soil, or are more natural methods being used? Are they grown far away and have to travel long distances, increasing their carbon footprint? In floristry, a big component of its environmental impact is how much non-compostable or non-reusable waste is leftover after the event. Will things break down into microplastics? Can we reuse the mechanics being used? A good reminder: always ask, ‘Can it be reduced, reused, and/or recycled?’