Q: Where can I get information about flowers? Who can I ask?
A: Flowers have become an important part of life experiences and social settings and so you probably know more about flowers than you think. However, if you want to fine tune your knowledge of flowers, it is best to seek a professional florist. They are the real expert when it comes to suggesting styles and varieties that are best for you and the occasion.
Q: Will a florist take my order over the phone if I have never ordered there before?
A: A full service florist would be more than happy to take your order over the phone even if it is your first time calling. All that is required is a major credit card.
Q: What about long distance flowers? How will I know what I get?
A: Most flower shops have books containing traditional designs to select from. Many times, a picture speaks a thousand words, and by choosing a "look and feel" that appeals to you, we will try our best to be sure the arrangement delivered has that same look and feel. If you have something specific in mind, be sure to communicate with your florist and allow ample time to order and special types of flowers or plants. Another tip is to take a photo of a flower arrangement you like to your florist so they can make reference to it while ordering. The best way is to have a professional florist place your order for you. We know the "language" to use, flower types available by names, and with our experience, maintain lists of reliable florists all over the country. And you get the guarantee that if things aren't as you requested, we take your satisfaction very seriously and through Partnership with FTD and Teleflora, satisfaction is guaranteed.
Q: What should I order?
A: The best way make a remarkable floral statement is to tell the florist a bit about the recipients personality. There are a lot of character types that will help give the florist a direction for arranging the perfect flowers. Some traits include, dramatic, romantic, artistic, traditional or outdoorsy. Do they have a hobby, favorite color, or favorite flower. If the flowers are going to someone’s home, you can also describe the atmosphere. For example, is it traditional, contemporary, country or Victorian? All of these preferences can go a long way in creating a very personalized present.
Q: What information should I have ready before I call the florist?
A: Be sure to know the recipients full name, address, and phone number. It is also helpful to have the company name, work number, and work hours if you are delivering to their work address. The ordering will also be much quicker if you have your payment information ready and your enclosure card message written out.