As wedding florists we understand that each wedding is so unique and individual and each couple have their own style, ideas and budget.
The prices we have listed are just a guide and could vary depending on different sizes required, seasons and availability. We do not add any additional cost to your wedding if it's on a Sunday or a Bank Holiday.
At Bumblebee we offer a very personal approach to our weddings and after the first consultation we could meet at your venue to discuss table arrangements, staircase garlands, mantle arrangements, where to place pedestals, or statement pieces etc.
We hope this price guide helps but the list could be endless as there are so many more alternatives ie, traditional all wired bridal shower bouquets, vintage teacups, different glassware, you could even introduce silk flowers or beautiful orchid plants.
Why not send us an email or call to discuss your requirements, we would love to discuss them with you and give you an exact quote...
Our candelabras are silver in colour and are 80cms high placed on a silver or mirrored plate. You can loan these free of charge and only pay for the flowers and candles used.
The candelabras are very impressive when placed on your wedding tables, we will deliver to your venue, set your tables up and collect the day after.
Our candelabras are priced from £65.00 each and require a refundable deposit.
Chair covers, sashes, cream aisle carpet and lanterns at competitive prices to our wedding couples. Please enquire for prices.Enquire Now
"Thank you so much Debbie, friend was over the moon with flowers she sent me a picture, fabulous bouquet for the price, wish I was closer would use you more often."
"Debbie I would just like to say thank you for the tribute you did for our dear friend who we list three weeks ago. This was totally outstanding what you made for Kev you did him so proud. I have never seen anything so beautiful for such a sad occasion. You are by far the best florist I have ever known Everything you do is so perfect. Thank you once again can't wait for my Christmas wreath."