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I have new clue how to compare flower costs in Vallarta (centerpeices, bouquets, etc.)

 

How much are you spending or have spent on flowers?

 

Thanks so much ladies!

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Amy,

 

Vallarta Adventure Weddings included bride/groom flowers and I think 2 centerpieces in the package so I'm not sure what they would have cost alone. I also don't know who they are contracted with for flowers (not a lot of help, I know!). I can tell you what we paid them for additional flowers not included in the deluxe package:

 

$30 flower tiara

 

$20 wrist corsage for mama

 

$25 per bag of rose petals

 

$8 boutonniere

 

$40 per additional bouquet (moh,bms,etc.)

 

Hope that helps in some way :o)

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I found this on a wedding website -

 

"You can expect to pay, on average $500 to $1,200 for flowers. The end amount will depend on your fancy, number of attendants, guests, and how formal the affair. Your bridal bouquet can cost anywhere from $75 to $150. Your attendant's bouquets, $40 to $75 each. Often times, the bouquet you toss is included in your package from the florist. Boutonnières for the groom and his groomsmen, $4 (simple carnation) to $8 (two roses). The altar flowers, $75+ each. Pew flowers, $50-$75 each. Reception table flowers, $40 to $150 each arrangement."

 

I am using a Puerto Vallarta florist, and my WC told me to set aside approximately $1,000 for flowers. I am hoping that I can do it for a bit cheaper, though!

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Amy,

Vallarta Adventure Weddings included bride/groom flowers and I think 2 centerpieces in the package so I'm not sure what they would have cost alone. I also don't know who they are contracted with for flowers (not a lot of help, I know!). I can tell you what we paid them for additional flowers not included in the deluxe package:

$30 flower tiara

$20 wrist corsage for mama

$25 per bag of rose petals

$8 boutonniere

$40 per additional bouquet (moh,bms,etc.)

Hope that helps in some way :o)
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I found this on a wedding website -

"You can expect to pay, on average $500 to $1,200 for flowers. The end amount will depend on your fancy, number of attendants, guests, and how formal the affair. Your bridal bouquet can cost anywhere from $75 to $150. Your attendant's bouquets, $40 to $75 each. Often times, the bouquet you toss is included in your package from the florist. Boutonnières for the groom and his groomsmen, $4 (simple carnation) to $8 (two roses). The altar flowers, $75+ each. Pew flowers, $50-$75 each. Reception table flowers, $40 to $150 each arrangement."

I am using a Puerto Vallarta florist, and my WC told me to set aside approximately $1,000 for flowers. I am hoping that I can do it for a bit cheaper, though!
Thanks ladies! Do you know which florist your WC used or are using??
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You know I have no clue who they work with, but they seem pretty affordable and the flowers were gorgeous.

 

I'm still in touch with my WC, if you like I can try and get the name of who they work with. Let me know and I'll give it a shot, I don't think it's a secret or anything :o)

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I have no clue who my WC uses?? I will try to find out. What about you? Do you know who you are using?
I have not contacted any vendors. I have a list saved on my computer at home, I'll post later today. I just don't know what to compare them too. My cousin is sending me ideas of centerpeices, (she's in MX) but she's saying that the flowers may be really pricey in Vallarta and says that we should either do some sort of centerpeice with candles and a small amount of flowers or use fake flowers. I really don't want fake flowers, so I'm trying to come up with an idea of centerpeices using something affordable. But I have no clue how much flowers run in pv.

I'm going to try and contact those flower vendors (bulk) which Merryme psoted a while back and let you all know what they say.

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You know I have no clue who they work with, but they seem pretty affordable and the flowers were gorgeous.

I'm still in touch with my WC, if you like I can try and get the name of who they work with. Let me know and I'll give it a shot, I don't think it's a secret or anything :o)
Oh please Jamy! I would love that!
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Here are some links:

 

:::WELCOME TO FLORART PUERTO VALLARTA ::: THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS IN TOWN :::

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:::WELCOME TO FLORART PUERTO VALLARTA ::: THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS IN TOWN :::

http://www.flowerstogovallarta.com

ROCCO flower designer

Vodax Puerto Vallarta Wedding Floral Designer

 

 

Here are some links to other resources:

Visit Puerto Vallarta: Flower Shops

Puerto Vallarta Wedding Florist

 

 

This is a link to these cool candles I keep seeing. they are not in PV but you can purchase them wholesale.

Alegres Velas

 

They gave me a quote - MXPesos $129 +tax/shipping for each set (top pic)

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amy i saw a centerpiece today and thought of you - square glass candle holders w/ votives in them...all set up in a pyramid, i think a 4x4 square, covered by a 3x3 square, 2x2 square and 1 on top...enough space for air to get in, looked VERY pretty!!!! set up some sea glass around it, or colored votives and voila!

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