Florals and decor for every wedding or event vary, so we have created a basic pricing of costs.   So whether you are the bride confident of her wedding style and what she wants or the client struggling to understand branding an event, we make it easy for you to have the finest flowers and decor your event deserves without all the agonizing over choices and pricing. 

At Moss & Floret we are happy to accommodate the DIY bride who has a grand vision and all the details laid out with our "A La Cart" menu. Season and availability are factors to consider with price. We will do our best to inform you of current pricing. Please contact us to make your consultation appointment to gain a better vision for the event of your dreams . We are happy to customize and accurately quote what you desire once we have established all necessary details.

What is the difference between a planner and designer?

Your wedding planner assists with the planning and logistics of your event. Most commonly budget tracking, contract negotiations, timelines, vendor referrals and the “how” of the wedding. A planner’s role is to help you plan your event within budget and without any “
oops, we didn’t think of that” moments. Your wedding planner is an unbiased opinion who has only your best interest in mind when making suggestions and giving advice. Most importantly, your wedding planner will ensure that you’ve tied every loose end, so the event runs smoothly. Many times planners have great relationships with vendors and can offer preferred pricing and other perks that a client may not receive on their own. You can rest assured that the vendors your planner recommends are seasoned professionals who are sure to deliver above your expectations on your big day.

Your wedding designer is the pro who helps with the jaw-dropping aesthetics. A wedding designer works with you to develop your vision and bring it to fruition. Colors, décor, lighting and custom design elements are handled by this pro who has all the rental connections and the tools and team in place to also make unique custom pieces as well.  If you’re dreaming of rustic glam and don’t know where to begin but know chandeliers are a must, a designer will help you take your ideas and turn them in to a well-styled and polished event that will have your guests raving long after. A well-styled event has a cohesive feel, without being to “matchy matchy”.


Tips for what determines cost of flowers

The costs of your wedding or other event flowers are largely determined by two factors:

  • the price tags of the flowers themselves
    (which includes shipping them to your florist from where they were grown, often not locally)
  • and the cost of the labor needed to order, receive, preserve and arrange them.

Certain flowers cost less, typically because they are easy to grow and are produced in abundance throughout the year.  Some examples of inexpensive flowers you might choose for your wedding: carnations, baby's breath and alstroemeria.
Others are especially cheap at certain times of the year when they are in season, like chrysanthemums in the fall. Seasonal offerings will vary depending on your geographic location. Mums will be at rock-bottom prices in September in the Northeast but they'll still cost a pretty penny in Montana, where almost every flower needs to be trucked in.

Flowers are much more expensive when they are difficult to grow and thus produced in smaller quantities. An example is the peony, which takes two years to bloom. Orchids and calla lilies are also among the higher-priced varieties. If you choose these for your bouquets or boutonnieres or centerpieces, you'll see your florist bill rise accordingly. However, don't let price alone be your deciding factor. A single peony might be expensive, but it fills out a centerpiece differently and makes more of a visual impact than a single carnation. This is where we customize everything to your likes and budget.  Extensive or elaborate arrangements might also increase the labor component of your flowers. A cascade bouquet takes more time and attention than a basic nosegay. A complicated alter piece will be priced to account for the time and effort required to get the look desired.

We know that each event is different and comes with its unique set of circumstances. Contact us to develop a customized package tailored to your individual needs for your next event or business affair. Below is a non-exhaustive list of some of the services we provide.

Events & Weddings

  Included but not limited to:

  • Free 2hr. Consultation
  • Personal service of one of our designers to bring your floral vision to reality from time of consultation to delivery of final product.
  • Access to Rental Items

A la Carte items:

(Pricing based on average wedding.  Average wedding is 8% of total wedding cost)

  • Brides Bouquet $85 - $275
  • Additional Bridesmaids' Bouquets $25 - $95
  • Additional Boutonnieres $8 - $15
  • Child's Boutonniere-$8 - $12
  • Flower Girl Hair Pieces, Crown-$8 - $45
  • Petal Basket Decor (does not include Petals) $14 -$44
  • Petals-$10-$20/cup
  • Ring Bearers Nest $12 - $35
  • Pin Corsages, Wristlet and Ankle Corsages $10 - $40
  • Floral Rings, Hair Pieces and Crowns $12 - $65
  • Animal Crowns, Wreaths, Mane/Tail Pieces $15 - $250

Altar and Arch Arrangements and Ceremony Decor:

Pricing varies with each type of arch or alter and design

  • Arch Decorated $150-$1000
  • Arrangements at Altar $65-$250
  • Aisle Decor and Garlands-Generally priced by the foot-$12-$20/foot

Reception Decor and Additional Floral Pieces

  • Centerpieces $15-$225
  • Head Table Decor and Florals $100 - $450
  • Head Table Backdrop $100-$350
  • Dessert or Cake Table Decor and Florals $75 - $250
  • Chandelier Piece $110 - $325
  • Escort Table Arrangement$75 - $400
  • Wishing Tree or Similar Arrangement $95 - $175


The above price lists shows the typical price range for the most commonly ordered wedding flowers across various moderate, cost of living cities. Depending on where you live, and the complexity of design plus quality of your items, actual prices will differ. 
Of course, a bride's actual costs could range from $0 if she picks a bouquet from her garden, ties it up with a ribbon, to a fortune if she insists on 12th Century Tulips which can cost $1,000 per stem.

Additional pricing information:

  • FREE Delivery within the Red Lodge,Billings, Heights, Laurel Area.
    (Note: Additional fees beyond those areas. Standard Delivery between 10 - 25miles)
  • PICK UP is optional on certain items - scheduling is required
  • SETUP Crew Option $125 - 1 Hour for 1 Crew(2 persons).
    (Note: Additional Hour may be purchased at $ 50 per hour - advance)