How do I take care of my flowers?
AKA how to be that botanical bish:
Take all flowers and greenery out of the shipping box. Leave plastic wrapping on, for now, cutting 2-4" off all stems and placing immediately in fresh, cool water. Heavy-headed florals like roses especially need the wrapping at first, otherwise, they get droopy...
How do I store my bouquets, bouts, and centerpieces after I make them?
Flowers are thirstier than your friend who posted a John Muir quote after hiking one time.
Hydration is just as important AFTER building your arrangements to keep everything fresh and juicy for the big event.
BOUQUETS: Give each its own hydration vase, and keep 'em parked in water when not in u...
Do I need to refrigerate my flowers?
Treat your fleurs like red wine. Do you put that sh*t near a 90-degree heat register? No. Do you chill it to a brisk 37 degrees before enjoying? Only if it's sangria, baby.
Generally a room temperature of 65 to 70 degrees is ideal for storing your blooms. The only cases in which you MIGHT need r...
Some of my flowers look sad and dehydrated, what should I do?
TAKE A SHOT OF FIREBALL AND FILL OUT OUR FLOWER SOS FORM FOR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION.
This is all fixable. First things first, you're gonna snap some pics and send them our way so we can get eyes on it!
More than likely, a few of your flowers are travel-weary and need time to perk up. But losing a ...
Will my flowers last for 3 days? Isn't that too early?
We are purposefully sending you unwoke flowers that need a few days to **arrive.**
Totally understand the anxiety, though. Wholesale flowers are different from what you'd buy at the grocery store or from a florist.
Wholesale flowers are packed, uncut, stored in a cooler, and sold a bit 'green'....
Two roses can grow in the same plot of soil, receive the same sun and rainfall, yet look like two completely different shades of pink. Mother Nature don't give a shit.
Because of the natural variance in flowers, we cannot offer a color match guarantee. But neither can a florist.
We take our flo...
Do I need to use flower food?
No. And you can stop reading this email unless:
You would reallyfeel more comfortable using flower food. If it helps you sleep better at night, boo-boo, use a food specifically for cut flowers, such as FloraLife. Be sure to closely follow the usage instructions and remember: More is not better.
What happens if my flowers get substituted?
Remember feeling PUMPED to see your favorite teach but instead Mrs. Snakenberg from THE MATH DEPARTMENT was filling in for the day? That bish knew nothing about paper mâché!
Substitutes can be disheartening, but they are reality. Especially in the floral world. When you work with fresh product, ...
Are these real flowers?
As real as the cup size difference between most gals' titties, yas! We sell fresh, florist-grade blooms straight from our trusted wholesalers.
Shop by flower type to get a closer look.
Nervous about working with the real deal? YOU'LL CRUSH IT!
How do I transport my flowers?
YOUR DENTED HYBRID WAS BORN FOR THIS!
If you're picking up from the wholesaler:
Your flowers will likely be in boxes (as if they were being shipped). Arrive with an empty car, and have hydration buckets ready at home!
When transporting vases or buckets to the wedding venue after the flowers hav...
What should I do if my flowers open too quickly?
If some of your blooms already look like a Girls Gone Wild outtake, try these tips to slow their roll:
Make sure the bucket water is cool, not warm or hot.
Keep them in a darker space than other flowers.
Turn your AC down a bit lower (lower 70s to upper 60s is great). If you have a basement that...
What supplies do I need?
UH, WINE. AND FRIENDS. AND "TOXIC" ON REPEAT.
All the supplies you need are outlined in this PDF OR via the video below – Flower Moxie does not currently sell supplies.