Wedding flower prices are increasing year-over-year, so I recommend couples book their florist early to avoid further price markups. A huge part of booking a florist is price comparison (but remember to do your research and look for reviews too!). I've compiled a convenient list of some of most affordable florists in the Toronto area for 2023 and 2024 brides.
Things to keep in mind when comparing pricing guides:
- You get what you pay for - florists that charge a premium for their services are likely charging that because they have years of floral expertise. Florists that are charging cheaper prices might be earlier in their career.
- Flower choice and colour can increase or decrease price - if you're set on having a certain colour or flower type, your florist will have to adjust their price based on this. Some florists will help you choose in-season flowers to keep costs down.
- Ask for reviews and recommendations - there are tons of Facebook groups, forums, and other online places to look for reviews and ask for honest recommendations.
Pricing Guides for Toronto Florists
- Botany Floral Studio
- Marie Lavender Flowers
- Quill and Oak
- Dandie Andie Floral Designs
- Blooms Studio
- Weddings by Ardenian
- Bunches Direct
Artificial Flower Rentals
For couples who would consider renting artificial flowers, here is a quick look at what you would be paying for fresh flowers versus rental flowers from Bushel and Bloom.
Bridal bouquet - $60
Bridesmaid bouquet - $40
Corsage - $12
Boutonniere - $9