If I were you I'd just DIY and use Rosewood Flowers on Fannin. I used them when I made centerpieces for our reception and trust me I'm not crafty at all. They'll help u with ideas and you can also bring in pictures of what you like and they'll give u suggestions on how to make them.
Although I'm not technically a florist, I have created bouquets, alter bouquets, boutonierres, corsages & centerpieces for my nieces wedding as well as many others. I'm open and available to work with anyone on a budget because I understand the importance of your wedding day and beautiful floral designs. I'm in the process of starting my own small floral design company by working from home so email me (Carmen) at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can discuss your wedding and maybe work together soon! Thanks
My daughter-in-law and daughter (one this past November and the other coming in March) have used this fabulous lady, Danielle, in Baytown. She works from her home office so she has no overhead. You tell her what you can spend and your vision and she finds ways to work within that. My daughter-in-law had a uptown feel to her wedding at The Gallery. Danielle provided her with beautiful & clean arrangments & bouquets. She was a joy to work with. My daughter is having a shabby chic feel to her wedding in March. She and I have collected all kinds of interesting containers and Danielle is working with those. My daughter didn't start with a clear vision or stated budget but Danielle helped to focus her and then was able to cut the original cost in half to accomodate our budget without losing any of the arrangements or bouquets. She is marvelous! If you would like to talk with her, you can email me and I will get her info to you. My email is email@example.com. Thanks, Rhonda