- Youíre welcome to bring the flowers here yourself or ask a friend/relative to bring them for you.
- The flowers can be shipped via overnight service such as Fedex, UPS, or USPS. USPS generally has the lowest rate. We can provide you with a floral shipping kit, which includes a cooler box, freezer packs, and detailed instructions on how to ship your flowers. Allow at least two weeks prior to your wedding to order and receive the floral shipping kit.
- We can also pick your flowers up from your home, reception site, or wherever is convenient for you. We charge $25 to pick up flowers within a 30 mile radius of Danbury, CT. Other flowers may be picked up at your event based on a mileage charge. This service must be scheduled prior to the day of your event.
- Keep them dry: Wrap them carefully in paper-towels or tissue paper place the arrangement in a plastic bag and keep in the refrigerator. Your flowers should stay in a cool and dry place, but never in a freezer.
- If the paper is damp or wet prior to shipping, be sure to exchange it out with dry paper.
Once your arrangement is ready to be shipped
- Label pieces: Clearly label any special pieces youíd like separated, such as a groomís boutonniere, momís corsages, or a bridesmaidís bouquet.
- Make them last: Place flowers in a large plastic bag, such as a kitchen bag. Blow air into the bag and tie it off. The carbon dioxide from your air will help keep the flowers fresh.
- Keep them cool: Double bag some ice in zip-lock baggies, making sure each baggie is securely closed. Place the baggies on the bottom of a Styrofoam container.
- Keep them safe: Place a layer of newspaper between the ice baggies and the flowers. Lay in the flowers, using newspaper around the flower bag to keep them from moving.
- Items to include: Include a deposit check or money order of $100 made payable to All Your Blooms. In addition, include the brideís and your name, address, phone number in an envelope taped to the top of the Styrofoam container.
- Contact us: Call us at (617) 461-4484 with the tracking number so we know the delivery is coming and can safely track it.