Salt Lake City Florists
If you are a bride in SLC, you know that its almost a joke how many flower shop options you need to weed through. How do you know who will provide you with your dream wedding floral at a price that fits into your budget? This Salt Lake City Florists Guide is for YOU. I have had the opportunity to work with incredible florists as well as… some not so incredible ones 😉 This guide includes my 8 favorite Salt Lake City Florists, a little bit about them, their address, and my own personal experience with how they have served my Kylee Ann brides. Enjoy!
David Breitenbeker is the floral expert. He is a nationally recognized interior designer and florist. You may have seen David on ABC 4 News, Fox 13 Now, or classes he has taught across the county. If you want the absolute best wedding floral there is, you need to call David at Seasons. My Kylee Ann bride, Claire, had one of the most gorgeous weddings ever. You can view her entire gallery here. And her floral was the icing on the whole cake. It just brought every wedding detail together. It could not have been more perfect.
Seasons is located in downtown SLC in Trolley Square at 602 East 500 South D131. David is the best that Utah (and possibly the entire West Coast) has to offer. His pricing will reflect his expertise. If you can fit it into your budget, there is no one better to work with.
Flower Patch has been around Utah since 1977. With 40 years of experience and thousands of raving fans across Utah, it is no wonder they are on the top of my Salt Lake City Florists List! Not only do they have 10+ store fronts of their own, but they own Floral Design Wholesale which provides the flowers for many other florists in the area. Their SLC location is found at 4370 South 300 West.
My Kylee Ann bride, Lilly, had one of the trendiest winter bridals I have ever photographed. SO many photographers have thought this was a styled shoot I set up myself… But no, Lilly is just that amazing with an eye for perfection! Her galley is a MUST see and can be accessed here. For Lilly, Flower Patch was a no brainer. 40 years of experience, some of the most talented florists in Salt Lake, and everything at an affordable price. You need to look into Flower Patch!
Lee’s is always one of my favorites because they are going to give you “the most bang for your buck”. For quality flowers at a low price, Lee’s Floral is your answer. My KA bride, Yarina, wanted a simple, yellow, pop-of-color bouquet and Lee’s could not have done a better job fitting that vision. I have also seen them master the more full, flowing greenery style. Whatever you want, they will do.
Lee’s Floral is located at 725 North Redwood Road in North Salt Lake. They also have locations in Heber, Ogden, Logan and Smithfield. I love them because they offer wedding floral is such a deal. There bouquets are not as professionally done as David’s or the Flower Patch’s, but for the money… amazing quality!
Donna does not actually own a florist shop or even work at one! She is a Botanist at Utah State University and a scientist at Wetland Discovery Point. She. Knows. Plants. Her knowledge and research that she has done is inspiring to me. And it has been fun to see her brainiac show off its creativity in wedding floral. My bride, Camille, had her reception at the Discovery Point and asked Donna to also be her florist. It was a perfect fit. Both Donna and Camille have a love for bright, eye catching bouquets! I fell in love with their work.
Wetland Discovery Point is located at 920 S 50 Win Kaysville. A lovely reception center with a bright and fun florist in the making, Donna Minch! If she matches your style, give her a call.
Fun Fact for the day: The Rose Shop is the exclusive florist for the Utah Jazz! How cool is that? Already you can expect something unique and of high quality. And if you have ever been to Le Jardin (one of thee best wedding & reception venues in all of Utah😍) you have probably seen The Rose Shop storefront right there in Sandy. They are also located in Riverton and in downtown SLC at 260 East South Temple.
I love The Rose Shop. Their flowers seem to have the longest stems and fullest tops compared to any other flowers around. Talented florists. Fresh customer service. And most importantly, my bride Alex could not have been happier with her TWO bouquets! I am a fan of The Rose Shop!
What can I say about Cactus and Tropicals? Best Venue. Best Floral. And the best website & customer service around! I am seriously crazy about this place. The below pictures are my bride Caroline and her fiancé Billy’s bridals featuring a C&T fresh fall bouquet. It is so fun to see the different personalities in my KA brides, and then watch Cactus and Tropicals create wedding floral that couldn’t go more perfectly with their style. These florists are the best of the best.
Cactus and Tropicals is located at 2735 South 2000 East in SLC, and they also have a location in Draper. If you have them do your floral or decide to host an event there… I call being the one behind the camera capturing all of those perfect moments! 😉 They are the BEST.
Costco Bulk Wholesale
And last (but certainly not least) is COSTCO! They have gorgeous flowers that cost half as much and I swear last twice as long as other vendors. You will have to do most arranging of the floral yourself… but what a fun bridesmaids activity that will help all of your girlfriends really feel involved in your wedding. For this and other money saving tips read my Budget Saving Hacks blog here!
There is such a wide variety of Salt Lake City Florists. Set a flower budget using our Budget Calculation Spreadsheet then choose your 2-3 favorites from this SLC guide. Sit down and talk with each of them about the vision you have for your wedding floral and see who is the best fit for you. Congrats on the engagement! And I hope this guide helped make your planning process just a little bit simpler.