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California Flower Mall

Los Angeles , CA

LOCATION

825 S. San Pedro St
Los Angeles, CA US 90014 (map)

PHONE

213-488-1153

WEBSITE

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Trysta
Wedding:
10/23/2010
4.6/5.0
I don't have a specific vendor that I used at the Flower Mall, I bought different flowers from several booths there. But this is so worth while if you're looking to save money on flowers. I went down in the morning the day before the wedding with my mom, sister, and 2 of my mom's friends who did the flower arrangements. We bought flowers for 13 tables, 4 bouquets, 3 bouttonieres, and 3 corsages for only $70. I was amazed. We even got Casablanca lillies and orchids for a good price. Granted, I did have someone with arrangement experience making everything for me for free. So if you know someone who can do this for you or who will do it for a bit of money it's really worth it to check out the Flower Mall. The vendors there will also do arrangements for you, but it was $55 just for the bridal bouquet I wanted. We put the flowers in big buckets and the fridge over night and they held up beautifully.
I don't have a specific vendor that I used at the Flower Mall, I bought different flowers from several booths there. But Read more...
I don't have a specific vendor that I used at the Flower Mall, I bought different flowers from several booths there. But this is so worth while if you're looking to save money on flowers. I went down in the morning the day before the wedding with my mom, sister, and 2 of my mom's friends who did the flower arrangements. We bought flowers for 13 tables, 4 bouquets, 3 bouttonieres, and 3 corsages for only $70. I was amazed. We even got Casablanca lillies and orchids for a good price. Granted, I did have someone with arrangement experience making everything for me for free. So if you know someone who can do this for you or who will do it for a bit of money it's really worth it to check out the Flower Mall. The vendors there will also do arrangements for you, but it was $55 just for the bridal bouquet I wanted. We put the flowers in big buckets and the fridge over night and they held up beautifully. Read less
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jennifer
Wedding:
5/30/2009
4.7/5.0
Free parking, free admission and all the flowers I needed for $150. Really!!!!

I bought:
16 dozen roses in white, pink and red
5 bunches of gerber daisies in pink and white
2 huge, huge bunches of lilies (yellow and white)
3 bunches of hydrangea
3 bunches of greenery

Not A LOT of selection, but everything looked gorgeous. We had TONS left over.

If you go, plan to get there at 5am. BRING ONLY CASH. Try to borrow someone's hatch back or station wagon and line the back with a plastic tarp and/or flattened card board boxes. Bring 4-5 paint buckets to fill with water and carry your flowers in. Don't be like me and strategize your buying into:

A. Primary flowers- big show piece flowers, ie roses, peonies, orchids . . .
B. Secondary flowers- small lacy background flowers, ie citrus blossoms, baby's breath (ug!), little berries . . . you'll need at least one bunch.
C. Greenery- You may need a TON of this. Even if you think you're being simple, you are going to need a lot of this. But you may not have to buy it. Survey your backyard before you go.

Other things you may need to DIY:

A. Ornaments: I used wired costume pearls. These were awesome!!!!
B. Thrift store vases: Buy twice as many as you need. They're cheap, there are a million places that need to be decorated, and all proceeds go to charity. Besides vases are so fungible, that no one will know where they came from.
C. A few huge hurricane vases. For places that need big dramatic decor. Use sparingly. These should be focal points, not clutter.
D. Several rolls of tulle ribbon. Cheaper than satin ribbon.
E. Green floral wire. At least 3 spools.
F. Green floral tape for bouts and corsages.
G. Floral pins. 1.5-3 inches long.
H. Lots of snacks and possibly alcohol for the cast of thousands that will come to help or to visit.

Also . . . if I knew then what I know know, my bouts and corsages would not be made of living things. These die so, so quickly.
Free parking, free admission and all the flowers I needed for $150. Really!!!!

I bought:
16 dozen roses in Read more...
Free parking, free admission and all the flowers I needed for $150. Really!!!!

I bought:
16 dozen roses in white, pink and red
5 bunches of gerber daisies in pink and white
2 huge, huge bunches of lilies (yellow and white)
3 bunches of hydrangea
3 bunches of greenery

Not A LOT of selection, but everything looked gorgeous. We had TONS left over.

If you go, plan to get there at 5am. BRING ONLY CASH. Try to borrow someone's hatch back or station wagon and line the back with a plastic tarp and/or flattened card board boxes. Bring 4-5 paint buckets to fill with water and carry your flowers in. Don't be like me and strategize your buying into:

A. Primary flowers- big show piece flowers, ie roses, peonies, orchids . . .
B. Secondary flowers- small lacy background flowers, ie citrus blossoms, baby's breath (ug!), little berries . . . you'll need at least one bunch.
C. Greenery- You may need a TON of this. Even if you think you're being simple, you are going to need a lot of this. But you may not have to buy it. Survey your backyard before you go.

Other things you may need to DIY:

A. Ornaments: I used wired costume pearls. These were awesome!!!!
B. Thrift store vases: Buy twice as many as you need. They're cheap, there are a million places that need to be decorated, and all proceeds go to charity. Besides vases are so fungible, that no one will know where they came from.
C. A few huge hurricane vases. For places that need big dramatic decor. Use sparingly. These should be focal points, not clutter.
D. Several rolls of tulle ribbon. Cheaper than satin ribbon.
E. Green floral wire. At least 3 spools.
F. Green floral tape for bouts and corsages.
G. Floral pins. 1.5-3 inches long.
H. Lots of snacks and possibly alcohol for the cast of thousands that will come to help or to visit.

Also . . . if I knew then what I know know, my bouts and corsages would not be made of living things. These die so, so quickly. Read less
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