When you make an initial enquiry the form will ask you for the date you would like delivery and we will check possible availability and confirm back to you.
No orders or dates are confirmed until the payment has been made.
Yes. We are only a small company and pick every box to order. We also need to check availability and deliver to the Post Office. Therefore you need to order your flowers by 4pm for orders to be confirmed and payment made. The flowers will be picked and dispatched the following day. They will then arrive by 1pm on the subsequent day. eg You will need to have ordered by 4pm on Tuesday to receive flowers by 1pm on Thursday.
Our flowers are sent by overnight courier. They are picked and packed by us and popped in a chiller until the courier collects them. They are then transported overnight to hopefully arrive with you before 12 noon. (We can arrange for a 10am delivery at an additional charge). We have problems with all couriers in these difficult times so make allowances and if you need flowers by a certain time then order for delivery the day previous. If your flowers are not with you by 2pm then email us and we can chase. The flowers are packaged in recycled and recyclable punnets in thermally insulated cardboard boxes with chiller packs. The couriers guarantee the flowers will be there next day and they also pack the boxes by hand at the depot rather than using standard parcel conveyor belts.
See above. Generally between 7am and 12 noon for the timed service. Don’t get caught out by an early delivery. Leave a note for where they can be left safe. This applies to mainland England, Wales and parts of Scotland. We cannot send to Islands and Highlands and Northern Ireland as this is a two day service and the flowers won’t stay fresh. Order for delivery the day BEFORE you need them in case the couriers are delayed. If your flowers are not with you by 2pm then email us and we can chase.
Unlike some edible flower sellers we only charge you what the Royal Mail delivery costs us. There is no mark up for packaging costs etc. That is included in the price of the flowers.
A standard delivery of edible flowers costs £8.95. If you want to order more than 8 boxes then please contact us for a price.
There is no VAT on edible flowers as they are a food product. We are currently using Royal Mail next day service for delivery and they do not charge VAT on delivery.
You can pre order the flowers as soon as you like and we would recommend ordering early as we frequently get oversubscribed particularly for 2023 when we are relocating and growing on a much smaller scale. You can specify which date you would like the flowers delivered when you order. If you have a special occasion for which you would like to use the flowers then we would recommend ordering the flowers to be delivered either one or two days previous. Once the flowers leave the farm we are at the mercy of delivery drivers so we send securely packaged with lots of chillers.
The short answer is don’t be out as the flowers will be carded and taken away if they are not signed for.
We can arrange delivery to your home, your office, your neighbour or even direct to your wedding venue. It is entirely up to you. All we need is the full postal address; a contact name and a mobile phone number. We send via Royal Mail next day by 12 and the flowers will require a signature they cannot be left safe. We take no responsibility for any flowers carded. They are a perishable food item and need refrigerating asap. It is your responsibility to be there for delivery or make suitable arrangements.
We can deliver to any mainland UK address but not the Highlands nor Islands nor Northern Ireland. If you are getting married away from your home you and we can arrange to send the flowers to be sent directly to the venue and arrange for somebody to pop them in the fridge for you. Don’t order them more than two days before you are using them. Once picked flowers like to be chilling in the fridge. They don’t like travelling.
Sadly we can’t send to Northern Ireland nor the Highlands, the Isle of Man, nor and the Channel Islands as we cannot find reliable courier service to get the flowers there in good enough quality and on time.
We send via Royal Mail overnight next day by 1pm.
Remove the outer packaging for recycling asap. The flowers should then be popped into the fridge in their punnets as soon as they arrive and left there until they are used.
Make sure your fridge is not set below 4* or more tender flowers will get frost bitten even in their punnets and will go brown around the edges of the petals.
This largely depends upon the variety of flowers. As a rule of thumb between two and four days. Smaller and more delicate flowers will not keep as well as larger more robust flowers. For 2023 we are only offering deliveries on Wednesday to Friday as we develop the business. If those dates is already fully booked or you plan to use the flowers on Monday/Tuesday then apologies please try another supplier. Remember that these are fresh flowers that are out of water so they will not last indefinitely. You want them to be as fresh as possible when you use them. Alternatively consider petal confetti or dried flowers which hold better.
You can order the flowers as soon as you like and we would recommend this as we get oversubscribed pretty much every weekend of the year.
When you order you will be asked to choose which date on which you would like your flowers delivered. For 2023 we are offering a limited delivery service from Wednesday to Friday. All our flowers are sent to be delivered next day by lunch time. If you have a special occasion for which you would like to use the flowers then we would recommend ordering the flowers to be delivered two days previous day. The fresher the flowers are used the better so not sooner than this. For example for a Saturday wedding we would suggest delivery on the Thursday or collection on the Friday morning. The flowers are then fine in their punnets in the fridge until the Saturday morning.
We have had such appalling service from the local and national courier services that we have resorted to using Royal Mail again. As a small on line business we are very much stuck between a rock and a hard place as non of the delivery options are excellent and we have absolutely no control once the flowers have left the farm. In our experience Royal Mail might delay an occasional package but the couriers tend to delay all of them.
We are not offering delivery to the Islands or Highlands for 2023 either.