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Wedding Flower Checklist

When it comes to wedding flowers, it can quickly become confusing (and a little overwhelming) trying to keep track of what type of arrangements you need, where they go, and who gets what. We hope to make it a little easier with this wedding flower checklist. This is a common checklist of the wedding flower arrangements you should consider for your event, but should be customized to meet your budget.

Print this checklist and take it with you when you meet with your florists. This can help you get an idea of what your total cost will be for each floral arrangement and may help you narrow down your "must have" arrangements versus your "nice to have" arrangements.

Item Cost
Wedding Party
Bride's Bouquet
Maid (Matron) of Honor's Bouquet
Bridesmaid's Bouquets
Flower Girl's Bouquet/Basket
Floral Headpieces
Groom's Boutonniere
Best Man's Boutonniere
Groomsmen's Boutonnieres
Usher's Boutonnieres
Ring Bearer's Pillow
Family
Mother's Corsages
Grandmother's Corsages
Father's Boutonnieres
Grandfather's Boutonnieres
Ceremony Site Flowers
Altar or Chuppah Flowers
Standing Arrangements
Aisle or Pew Decorations
Entryway Flowers
Reception Site Flowers
Head Table Centerpiece
Guest Table Centerpieces
Cake Top Flowers
Cake Table Flowers
Guest Book Table Flowers
Tossing Bouquet
Your Own Creative Touches

~ The WhereBridesGo.com Team
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