Beautiful wedding flowers can range significantly in price and style. So we teamed up with Milwaukee Flower Co. and Feisty Flowers, to show us a few examples of their individually styled work at different price points.
We also had help from Relics Vintage Rentals, who supplied china, drink ware, vases and other displays. Keep in mind, the prices featured also include rental fees for these items. Finally, a big thanks to Shannon Wucherer Photography for capturing the beautiful floral displays below.
1. $550 Wedding Centerpieces
Pictured Above: Showcasing a classically elegant arrangement, this piece by Feisty Flowers would cost about $550. The $550 price tag is due to the expensive floral used, including cymbidium orchids, the height of the arrangement, and the tall vessels used. This display would work great at a Milwaukee venue with high ceilings and an ornate structure such as The Milwaukee Historical Society or The Pfister.
This display could also be done at a lower price point by reducing the number of large blooms or including only one tall centerpiece.
Pictured Above: Milwaukee Flower Co. created this romantically vintage and rustic table display to incorporate a trending copper color and would cost about $550. The large number of varying flowers, height of the arrangement, and unique rentals adds to the overall cost of this arrangement. This display would look great at Turner Hall, The Pritzlaff or any barn wedding venue.
This display could also be done at a lower price point by reducing the number of rentals used or including only one tall centerpiece.
2. $300 Wedding Centerpieces
Pictured Above: Sally of Milwaukee Flower Co. was inspired by small, intimate spaces for this piece. Adding organic elements of pheasant feathers, springeri garland, purple artichokes, and Relics Vintage Rentals accents, this beauty would cost roughly $300. Per Sally, this piece would work well at intimate venues like Onesto and Villa Terrace.
This display could be done at a lower price point by shortening the length and removing a few of the vessels and floral within the piece.
Pictured Above: Jackie of Feisty Flowers was inspired by the three tiered display from Relics. Using each tier to display unique floral aspects adds to the beauty and overall cost of $300. Per Jackie, this piece works great at spaces that need a little more “dressing up” such as the South Shore Pavilion.
To achieve the same look, but reduce the overall cost of this centerpiece, Jackie suggests choosing an expensive focal flower, such as hydrangea, and using greenery as filler.
3. $125 Wedding Centerpieces
Pictured Above: This piece by Feisty Flowers incorporated a very beautiful and unique floral vessel from Relics Vintage Rentals. Many talented floral artists are heavily inspired by the vessel when doing a table centerpiece.
This piece could be done at a slightly lower price point by again, removing the tulips and rented bud vases.
Pictured Above: Milwaukee Flower Co. designed this $125 piece with various organic elements including pheasant feathers, and used a vessel that provided a slight lift from the table. This piece would work great at The Iron Horse Hotel or The Schlitz Audubon, in particular with the pheasant feather.
While it would change the look of this piece, it could be done at a lower price point by reducing its height.
4. $75 Wedding Floral Centerpieces
Pictured Above: Feisty Flowers’ $75 featured piece incorporated beautiful hydrangeas and dangling greenery piece that lies flat on the table and is accented by simple and elegant tulips in vases from Relics Vintage Rentals. This piece would work great in an intimate venue such as Swig or Cafe Hollander Tosa.
This piece could be done at a slightly lower price point, but would change the overall look by not having the tulips and bud vases. Incorporating more greenery versus floral, depending on the variety, could also reduce the cost.
Pictured Above: This piece, simple, yet beautiful, is a collection by Milwaukee Flower Company and costs about $75. A focus was made on the rentals from Relics, with splashes of colorful floral and earthy moss.
This piece could be done at a slightly lower price point by reducing the rentals and floral included, but the look would not be quite the same.
5. $250 Wedding Bouquets
Pictured Above: This bouquet, constructed of unique floral and the interesting touch of pheasant feathers, was designed by Milwaukee Flower Company and cost $250.
Pictured Above: This bouquet by Feisty Flowers features lush hydgraneas, lilacs and expensive orchids bringing its total cost to $250.
6. $150 Wedding Bouquets
Pictured Above: The above bouquet by Milwaukee Flower Company is a scaled down version of their $250 example. By using more greenery as filler and less floral than the more expensive option, the look is similar, but smaller, and could work great for a bridesmaid bouquet as well.
Pictured Above: This pretty bouquet by Feisty Flowers uses significantly less hydrangeas and orchids to accomplish a similar look, but with smaller impact than their $250 example. The cost of this piece is about $150.
About the Florists
Milwaukee Flower Co.
Sally Vander Wyst of Milwaukee Flower Co. creates flower designs that showcase the spectacular, the local, and the unusual. Sally’s work is tied to the seasons, boasting the best of local flowers without sacrificing chic sensibilities — Sally’s designs stray from the conventional but are always in line with international trends.
Jaclyn Millonzi, owner of Feisty Flowers, has a floral style that expands across styles from classic to vintage. She is willing to work with couples of all budgets and can scale any centerpiece or bouquet up or down to meet that budget.
About The Rentals
Floral displays look their best when adorned by gorgeous vessels and decorative accents. All beautiful rentals featured via these photos can be found at Relics Vintage Rentals. Their extensive selection is amazing.
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This article wouldn’t of been possible without the help of these very talented vendors. When looking for your wedding vendors, please check them out!