Flower & business design insights, inspiration, and advise for the modern day florist (or wannabe florist).
Will you charge by the hour or per project? Will you charge for labor, delivery, and set up? You can request pricing from the growers, wholesalers, and suppliers you'll be working with with. From there for your fresh products, you can take the costs x3 and you'll have your retail price.
This is for anything "as is". If you are making a bouquet or arrangement then you'll add 10%-20% on for labor. Some florists even go as high as 30% for large scale events/weddings.
Your hard goods get a markup of x2. So a vase at cost that is $25 now will retail for $50. Some do a 3x markup so it depends on the flower shop.
What are your pricing questions? Enter them below and let us know if you are having any issues with pricing your work.
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