About the participants
What type of floristry businesses do they run?
- The majority (64%) of participants own flower shop premises and offer all kinds of floristry including impulse buys and same day orders.
- The second largest proportion (21%) work from home and only offer events and pre-booked work.
- 9% of participants work from studio premises and offer all kinds of floristry including impulse buys and same day orders.
- 5% of participants are event florists only and work only from a studio.
Whereabouts are they based?
- Below you can see a pie chart showing where our survey responders are from.
- The areas with the largest number of responders are North West, South East and South West of England.
Are they working in a city, town or rural area?
- The majority of responders (60%) are based in a town, around a quarter (26%) are based in a rural area, while the fewest amount are in a city (15%).
Corsage Creations sell the widest range of wrist corsage bracelets, all of which come with a special plastic attachment designed for gluing fresh flowers onto.
The scale of their businesses
How many buttonholes do they sell per year?
- The largest chunk of responders (21%) sell 100 to 200 buttonholes per year. Hypothetically, if they’re making an average of five buttonholes per wedding, that means they’re doing around 30 weddings per year.
- Just under a quarter (20%) of responders sell 80 to 100 buttonholes per year, and the same proportion sell 200 to 500 per year.
- 10% of responders sell more than 500 buttonholes per year.
How many corsages do they sell per year?
- The largest proportion of responders (23%) sell 30 to 50 corsages per year. This then drops to just 10 to 25 corsages per year, sold by 18% of responders.
- 10% of responders sell 200 to 500 corsages per year.
Find a huge range of buttonhole tools, add-ons and accessories at Corsage Creations.