Discount Flower Deliveries

Written by Charles Peacock
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Discount flower deliveries aren't as hard to arrange as you might think. Flowers are one of the few markets where it's easy to buy directly from wholesalers. And if you can't find a wholesaler, loads of cheap flowers are available on the Internet. You just have to know where to look!

Finding Discount Flower Deliveries

If you're trying to arrange discount flower deliveries in your home town, it might be a good idea to find a wholesale flower supplier in your local phone book. While they won't be able to offer you the customization and service options of a retail florist, they will probably be able to offer much lower prices. Just be sure to check what their requirements are for minimum orders, and if they are able to deliver the flowers themselves.

Since you're already on the Internet, however, your best bet is to find florists who deal exclusively in online ordering. This way you can find the same savings that you'd get with wholesale flower suppliers, but with more customization and delivery options. Online discount flower deliveries don't usually require a minimum order, and they're always able to deliver to the exact location you need.

One thing to keep in mind with online flower companies is whether or not delivery charges are included in their prices. If you're looking to have flowers delivered at a low price, you want to make sure you're not going to be surprised with a high delivery fee when you check out! The flowers could be cheap, but the delivery fee could push the total price out of your budget range.


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Hi. I’m trying to get an idea of how much money I saved (if any) by doing my own wedndig flowers (middle to high quality silks). Anybody out there (brides, florists, etc) who can make an educated guess of how much the following list of items would have cost me if I had used a traditional wedndig florist? All of the flowers used were roses, and some filler flowers and fall leaves were used as accents.1 very large round bride bouquet with 2-3 dozen large open roses, fall leaves, and filler flowers, with handle fully wrapped in satin ribbon 2 large round maid of honor bouquets with 5 open roses and 10 rose buds, few fall leaves, some filler flowers, handles fully wrapped in satin ribbon.5 medium sized bridesmaids bouquets containing 4 open roses, and 8 rosebuds, few fall leaves, some filler flower handles fully wrapped in satin ribbon.3 mother wrist corsages, 2-3 roses each11 single rose bud boutonnieres 1 groom boutonniere with 2 rosebuds, accent flowers16 pew markers, containing satin bows and 3 roses each4 medium sized church arrangements containing about 2 dozen roses each2 small swags and 2 garlands, 4 additional decoration bouquetsFYI, I already have the flowers. The list above is everything that I have and have already done. The bouquets look real from a few feet away. Actually, a few months ago I bought a bouquet of fresh orange roses from the grocery store and then compared them to my silks and they looked extremely similar…actually the silks looked better because their color was more vibrant. Honestly, flowers weren’t all that important to me…I mean I want them to be nice but I didn’t want the flowers to be one of the biggest expenses of my wedndig. There were other places I would rather spend money, on things that mean more to me. So that is why I went with silks. But I’ve just been wondering what I would have paid ballpark for all of those fresh roses if I had gone through a florist.