Utah Wedding Florist

Wedding Flowers that impress guests and make beautiful photos, stress-free.

Do you want to surround yourself with flowers as you celebrate your marriage? Want to hire a professional you can trust to take care of the details? You're in the right place.

Experience you can trust

We have been featured in prominent magazines, worked with top venues, and are certified for inclusivity for all types of love. Licensed and insured.

Don't regret your photos 10 years from now.

This is the most special day of your life and the biggest party you will ever throw. And you don't know anything about planning flowers, right? Don't worry, we've got you covered.

How Does It Work?

Working with Bronte's Florals is easy. We'll guide you through a custom plan to make your dream wedding look the way you want.

Make your dream a reality

Getting started is as simple as scheduling a consultation.



Come up with inspiration photos, and ideas of what your dream wedding would look like.


Discuss pricing, priorities, and ideas to figure out how we can make it happen.


Go over the contract and pay 10% deposit to secure the date.

Leave the details to us

Once the details are set, you can stop worrying and enjoy your special day.



Get sent flower mood board, go over final details, make final payment (1-2 months prior).


Show up to your wedding and be wowed by your vision come to life.

Over 176 Celebrations Beautified

  • Bronte took the very vague description of what I wanted in my wedding flowers and delivered an exceptionally beautiful product.

    Not only were the flowers beyond what I could have imagined, but Bronte was also really easy to work with, very responsive, and so kind.

    I would highly recommend her to anyone getting married or having an event.


  • Bronte helped me get a clear plan of what I was going to do within my budget and how it would look. I had ideas in mind but didn't understand how to make them work.

    Bronte helped me bring my ideas to life. I picked her because her Instagram made me feel like she really puts thought into every flower chosen and makes it unique, and that's exactly what I got. She took my ideas and added her expertise, and everything turned out so pretty!!

    The end result: my bouquet was completely stunning, the table arrangements were perfect, and the "firework" arrangement I used instead of arch fit the setting just like I wanted.


  • Bronte quite literally made my dream a reality. Bronte was incredibly flexible and helpful throughout the entire process. She worked with us and helped relieve so much stress.

    Not only does she have breathtaking work, but she also is an equally incredible person! Whether you know exactly what you want for your florals or you need someone to help develop your plan a little bit, Bronte is your girl!

    She absolutely will come through on what's promised and make your special day feel like a dream come true.


  • Wedding flowers were very high up on my priority list for my wedding. I knew I needed the best.

    I could count on Bronte to make my dream florals come true. She was so easy to work with, and I knew I didn't have to stress about the flowers on the day of my wedding.

    Everything turned out perfect, and she did a great job capturing my vision. I still dream about my wedding bouquet because it really was perfect!


  • Working with Bronte's Florals was an absolute dream. She made my wedding everything I could have wanted; it was still so perfect even during a pandemic.

    My flowers were at the top of my list, and they turned out exactly how I wanted them.


  • Bronte did my wedding, and it was beautiful! She helped me understand what kinds of flowers were in my budget.

    She also tries to make your bouquets beautiful without being too trendy or having the exact same flowers everyone else has (but of course, if that’s what you want, I don’t doubt she can do that for you as well!).

    I would recommend working with her and would work with her again in a heartbeat for any future events.


Dream Bigger

What it looks like to hire Bronte's Florals

We know how overwhelming planning a wedding can be and the stress it can create. As a boutique wedding florist, we are able to give you the one-on-one personal service and attention you deserve.

Delegate the details

Get rid of the stress of planning.

Only worry about showing up

Show up and be wowed by your dream wedding.

Let the praises begin

Listen to your guests make comments on how beautiful your flowers are.

Feel the beauty

Enjoy the luxurious feeling of being surrounded by gorgeous flowers.

Remember forever

Hang up photos from your wedding and experience nostalgia for how beautiful it all was.

Get your time back

Spend your time with the people who matter most while we worry about deadlines and details.

Vendors We Recommend

You want an event that runs without a hitch where you can enjoy being present during the day while your team of vendors creates the dream environment for you and your guests. Part of having a beautiful and seamless event is hiring vendors you can trust. At Bronte's Florals, we believe in looking at the wedding as a whole, which means cultivating relationships with other vendors in the Utah wedding industry. After doing hundreds of Utah weddings, we've compiled a list of the vendors we have most loved working alongside. These vendors are some of the best in the industry and share our commitment to excellence. Here's what we look for in a vendor before recommending them to others.

Professional: You can rely on them to fulfill their commitments and deliver services/products as promised. They are punctual, dress appropriately, are courteous, and handle situations while remaining calm. These people have business licenses, insurance, and teams to help them pull off the event. They have at least two years of experience, understand the intricacies of Utah weddings, know how to troubleshoot common issues, and can confidently guide couples through the planning process. They take responsibility for their actions and strive to resolve any problems or disputes fairly and amicably.

Adaptable: Even with the best planning, something is bound to go wrong on the wedding day. A good vendor will be able to handle the situation, without putting the stress of the challenge on your plate. Adaptable vendors can handle unexpected challenges with grace and find creative solutions on the spot. This quality ensures that weddings proceed smoothly even when faced with unforeseen circumstances. 

Ethical: Ethical vendors are honest and transparent in their dealings with clients. They provide clear and accurate information about their services, pricing, and terms. They do not engage in deceptive practices or hidden fees. They have fair and competitive pricing and do not take advantage of couples by inflating prices for weddings or charging unreasonable markups. They provide clear and comprehensive contracts outlining the scope of services, payment schedules, cancellation policies, and other important details. Ethical vendors respect their clients' choices, preferences, and cultural or religious beliefs. They obtain permission to use photography or share wedding details on their portfolio or website. They embrace diversity and inclusivity, are open to working with couples from diverse backgrounds and orientations, and are sensitive to cultural differences. The work on their portfolio is their work and accurately represents their business.

Communication: Vendors must communicate clearly with clients to understand their preferences and vision. Additionally, vendors should inform fellow professionals about any changes or updates to ensure a coordinated effort. They inform clients about progress, potential challenges, and any changes to the agreed-upon plans. They will not ghost you or leave you hanging. If they have an emergency, they will find a solution to replace themselves so you don't have to go through all that work again. They will respond to your emails in a reasonable amount of time and answer any questions or concerns you have. 

Creativity: I value creative vendors because each wedding should be unique and personal to the couple. They can offer innovative ideas to make the wedding memorable and distinctive. They invest in ongoing education and training to stay updated with industry trends, continually seek to improve, and want to create something new and different for you. They understand that everyone's style is different and can adapt to create the vision you see in your head. They have an eye for detail and view a wedding celebration as both a joyful occasion and a form of artistic expression.

Team Player: Wedding professionals should work harmoniously with each other to create a cohesive and enjoyable experience for the couple. This involves sharing information, coordinating schedules, and supporting one another. They provide their employees with fair and respectful treatment. Overall, they contribute to an atmosphere of camaraderie before, during, and after the event.

Kindness: You deserve to feel comfortable and valued. Wedding vendors who approach their work with kindness and empathy create a positive and memorable experience for their clients. You should feel that your vendor cares about you and your experience and not that you are just a paycheck to them.

We take pride in these recommendations, as they represent the best in their fields. With our floral team and any of these vendors, your wedding day is sure to be an extraordinary and stress-free celebration.

Your Guide to Working With a Utah Wedding Florist

The most anticipated moment of your life. You’re dressed to the nines in your best suit and a beautiful gown, surrounded by your loved ones in a romantic locale. You’re ready to commit to the love of your life and celebrate that love in the most beautiful setting you can envision. What does that setting look like? Is it full of light, smiling faces, and the fragrance of flowers?

Flowers can contribute immensely to the romantic feel of a wedding and provide the ‘wow factor’ when you and your guests walk into the venue. A Utah wedding florist is a perfect way to get the delicate details together while taking the stress off yourself to be able to enjoy the moment.

How far in advance should I book a wedding florist?

This depends on the florist you would prefer to work with. A well-experienced florist may book out up to a year in advance, so if you have your mindset on a particular florist, don’t hesitate to reach out soon in the wedding planning process and check on availability. Another factor in how far in advance you should book a wedding florist in Utah is how many clients they take on per year/week/day. While a florist may be well-staffed and have a bigger operation to take on as many weddings as come their way, most are small businesses and will reserve the entire day or week for your wedding alone. This will play a factor in their availability. For more last-minute bookings, a wedding florist will generally need at least a month to put together an order for wedding flowers. This will give them at least a week to finalize the plans with you and a few weeks to order flowers and vases from their suppliers.

How do I choose a wedding florist?

If you've tried searching 'wedding florist near me' you know that there are hundreds of options to choose from. You want to chose the most competent wedding florist Utah has to offer. So, how do you know who the best wedding florist for you is? Pictures! The best way to figure out which florist you want to work with is to look at photos of their work. Check out their Instagram and website for galleries of past work to see if it matches the style you are going for. Most Utah wedding florists are also open to a phone call or free consultation so you can get an idea of if you would like to work with them as a person and if they listen to your ideas and provide useful insights and information. If you ask your venue for recommendations for an affordable wedding florist, Utah wedding venues typically have preferred vendor lists they can share with you who are familiar with the space and they know do good work. You can get into further details and make sure they will be able to work with your budget and that you are comfortable with their contract and the way they will operate the week of the wedding. Your Utah florist will be part of the team making your dreams come together so it’s important to choose one you trust. 

What to talk about with a wedding florist?

During your initial conversation with your florist you will talk about some of the following:

1. Budget

It is very helpful to a wedding florist if you come with an idea in mind of how much you are able and willing to spend on your flowers. This will allow them to suggest arrangements and flower varieties that fit in your price range. If you are on the same page they can avoid suggesting ‘sticker shock’ items if you have a smaller budget, or avoid suggesting budget or cheap arrangements if you have more flexibility with the price.

Discussing budget with a wedding florist is less like discussing with a car salesman where the person who says a number first looses, and more like planning a budget for a meal before going to the store; it will help you plan out if you need to choose ‘off-brand’ products or if there is enough room in the budget for splurges. The average cost of florals for a wedding is 8-10% of the wedding budget. To get an idea of how much you may be spending, think of all the arrangements you would like to have and look up the average price in your area for each said arrangement. Utah wedding florists typically charge $3000-$15,000 per wedding depending on how many arrangements are ordered.

2. Desired arrangements

You will go over what arrangements you’d like at your wedding. No idea where to start? No worries, your wedding florist can go over the typical arrangements and is happy to give suggestions. If you’d like to get an idea of what arrangements you’d like before meeting with your Utah wedding florist, check out Pinterest, Google, or Instagram for wedding flower ideas and pay attention to which images catch your eye. Either beforehand or with your florist, make a list of arrangements you would like to have. Some ideas are:

  • Bouquet

  • Boutonnieres

  • Corsages

  • Bridesmaids Bouquets

  • Toss Bouquet (so you can keep your original to enjoy or preserve)

  • Flower girl crowns

  • Welcome table arrangement

  • Buffet table arrangement or loose greens

  • Head table arrangement

  • Centerpieces

  • Arch

  • Mantle flowers

  • Hanging, wall, or photoshoot installation

  • Petals

  • Aisle pieces

  • Altar arrangements

  • Cake flowers

3. Details and Timeline

It is helpful to know details such as which venue you will be at, what time the ceremony starts, how many bridesmaids and groomsmen you will have, how many rows in the aisles, and a table count for centerpieces. You may not be able to get an accurate idea of what the pricing will be without a count on how many of each type of arrangement you will be needing. When planning the details of flower arrangements it is also helpful to know things like, what does the arch look like that you will be using, will the tables be set or are you doing buffet style food, if you will be needing flowers for other dates such as for formal pictures or a rehearsal dinner. Discuss with your wedding florist their timeline, if they will deliver flowers or if they need to be picked up, and if they will return at the end of the reception to pick up vases and/or clean up the flowers. Come up with a plan for what will happen to the flowers after the celebration- are you okay with them being thrown out or would you like to have a way guests can take them home?

4. Style and Color Scheme

You will need to discuss your color palette for flowers as well as the other decor they will be matching with. It is also helpful to bring inspiration photos to your first conversation with your wedding florist to give them an idea of the style. Do you want your flowers to be tropical, boho, modern, minimalist? Pictures are a great way to get on the same page about the vision. You’ll also want to let your florist know if you have favorite flowers that you want in the arrangements or any that you strongly dislike. Do you want your flowers to be all fresh, silk, or a mix? You can also discuss if you have a preference for using local flowers or if you would like to stay more environmentally friendly. Keep in mind that seasonality will affect what flowers are available.

What do I need to know about flowers to talk to a wedding florist?

In short, wherever you are at with your knowledge about flowers is just fine. If you know every detail down to the variety you’re hoping to incorporate, a florist can work with that. If you have some pictures you like the look of but want to turn the entire creative process of deciding on specifics over to them, that is wonderful as well; most florists will appreciate the trust you place in their artistic abilities. A florist will work with the ideas you have and add their expertise and attention to detail to create your vision.

Do I really need a florist for my wedding?

This is a tough question. In the end, it comes down to how much time you are willing to put into your flowers or if you would rather turn it over to someone with the expertise. There is a lot to consider to know if a florist or if DIY wedding flowers are for you. The basic things to consider are:

  • How important to you are the flowers?

  • Do you have floral arranging knowledge or the time to look into it and practice some?

  • Will you have the time and mental energy the night before and the morning of your wedding to do them yourself?

  • Have you asked for quotes before ruling out if the cost is worth it?

  • Do you want or need flowers for your wedding or will the venue and other decor be enough?

The value of a wedding florist is in their experience and time. By hiring a wedding florist you are making sure the arrangements get done correctly and taking something potentially stressful off your to-do list for the week of and in the months of planning. Your wedding florist will be researching or using their years of experience to put specific flower varieties together, collect the right vases and tools, and order flowers from growers so you will be able to focus on planning other details.

Since flowers are perishable, the arranging has to be done last minute, most often the night before and the morning of. A wedding florist will be working on your arrangements and setting up the arch while you are getting ready and enjoying your big day and the company of your guests.

No one ‘needs’ a florist for their wedding or even ‘needs’ flowers for their big day. But the value they will add to the atmosphere, pictures, and your (and your family members) ability to relax and focus on your marriage commitment and celebration is definitely worth the cost of hiring a florist.

Book a consultation today for (in our biased opinion) the best wedding florist in Utah. We cover anywhere from Salt Lake City, Provo, all the way down to St. George. Book Now.

Don't leave your special day to chance.

Let us guide you to a flawless celebration adorned with captivating flowers. Book your free consultation today and step into a world where your wedding dreams bloom into reality.



Bronte is a seasoned floral designer with over 13 years of experience and a degree in horticulture and floral design. She has been featured in prestigious bridal magazines and has worked with hundreds of couples. Bronte is dedicated to simplifying the wedding process for her clients and promoting the use of locally sourced flowers, combining her passion for blooms with sustainability efforts in the industry.