Here are some tips on how to ship your actual bouquet so that it arrives to us in optimal shape!
If you can, deconstruct your bouquet by taking the ribbon and floral tape off of bouquet. Place flowers as flat as possible. Cut just a small amount off of the ends of your flowers (just a couple centimeters is best) at a diagonal with sharp scissors. (Important: Include ALL of your bouquet. The more flowers we have to work with, the better.)
Wrap a damp paper towel around the stems
Wrap the wet paper towel in plastic wrap (or plastic bag) and secure with an elastic.
If your bouquet has Dahlia’s or Sunflowers please wrap them separately as they are much more fragile and decompose faster than other flowers.
Gather a box, bubble wrap*, packing peanuts*, packing tape.
*newspaper can be used in replacement
Fill up box half way with packing peanuts (or newspaper). Wrap your bouquet (or deconstructed bouquet) in bubble wrap (or newspaper) and place on top of peanuts.
Fill rest of box with packing peanuts (or newspaper). Make sure box is filled as much as possible so not much movement can occur.
Place “fragile” stickers or stamps around the box. You can find stickers at any office supplies store.
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Portland, ME 04101
A few more tips:
- We’ve found FedEx is the most reliable way to overnight ship your bouquet. USPS does not guarantee your package to come overnight
- Please overnight/next day your bouquet as quickly as possible. If flowers do not arrive to us as soon as possible we may not be able to create your piece.
- Once you’ve shipped your bouquet to us please send us over the list of floral included in your bouquet so we can get the calligraphy started
- Final payment has to be made in order for us to complete you piece.