Thank you so much for looking into weddings with Rhapsody in Bloom! We are so glad you are here wanting to learn more about our process. We like meeting with our potential clients either in person or through a phone call so we can discuss the details of what you will need for your dream wedding! If you would like to schedule an appointment, follow the Book Your Date link to check our availability.
Once we have gone over your vision for your flowers and decor, Rhapsody in Bloom will create a detailed proposal with pictures of what we think will really make your dreams come true. We ask for a signed contract and a 30% deposit to secure your date once you approve the design and from there we keep in touch through the time period before your wedding to finalize any changes!
For more information, feel free to fill out the form at the bottom of this page!
Knowing what to budget for flowers can be overwhelming! Rhapsody in Bloom is happy to provide some average pricing for our services. Even if these prices seem out of your budget, don't worry!! We pride ourselves in fitting your dreams into a realistic budget. Schedule a consultation to have a personalized estimate created for you.
We can be reached at 717-304-9154 for immediate inquiry or use the form below to have a pricing brochure sent to your email. This will start the proposal process. We will also send a questionnaire for more in depth information of your wedding day!
Arbor/Archway design: $150-300+
Pew/Chair decor: $15-25+ each
Altar arrangements: $75-150 each
Bridal Bouquet: $90-250+
Average is around $150
Bridesmaid Bouquet: $40-90
Flower Girl: $20-45
Flower crown: $45
Men's Boutonniere: $10-12
Wrist Corsage: $25-40
Chest Corsage: $18-25
Toss bouquet: $20
Hair Flowers: $20
Cocktail hour decor: $20-40+
Small Centerpieces: $25-50
Medium Centerpieces: $50-75
Large Centerpieces: $75+
Tall Centerpieces: $125+
Garland Runners: $18-24+/foot
Misc. Table decor i.e. gift table, bar, place card table: $25-75
Cake decor: $25-70+
Fill out this questionnaire for more information on how to start the flower process: