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Bonnie
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online flower companies

Bonnie, on April 6, 2017 at 2:14 PM Posted in Style and Décor 0 13
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Can someone please give some reviews of flower companies you have used online? Or maybe one that you have seen good reviews for. I am now in need of a florist again and am considering ordering from someone online. I am seriously nervous about them arriving busted or not arriving at all. Oh no! Thank you all!

Getting married in Maryland by the way if any florists see this!

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Latest activity by Samantha, on April 6, 2017 at 9:33 PM
  • CaboBride2018
    VIP May 2018
    CaboBride2018 ·
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    I used Bridesign for flowers at my first wedding. I got a wedding package with centerpiece bouquets of blue hydrangeas and loved them. The flowers were fresh and beautiful and the bouquets were well put together. One thing to keep in mind when ordering flowers online is that you will be responsible for transporting them to the wedding yourself.

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  • NatHam
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    NatHam ·
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    Not from personal experience, but look at sams club website!

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  • Bonnie
    Dedicated June 2017
    Bonnie ·
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    Thank you both for the advice!

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  • firstoneat56
    Master August 2017
    firstoneat56 ·
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    I'm not using them but Coscto has gotten very good reviews and they seem quite reasonable.

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  • RealLindseyO
    Master October 2017
    RealLindseyO ·
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    I really wanted to use Bloominous for our wedding but can't justify it since we're coming in from out of town and staying in a hotel the night before the wedding. Too much work for me.

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  • Midwest May
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    Midwest May ·
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    I have used obiesfloral twice and would not hesitate to use them again. They specialize in roses but have several other varieties also.

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  • C&N
    Super October 2017
    C&N ·
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    Bloominous and Kukka get really good reviews.

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  • Bonnie
    Dedicated June 2017
    Bonnie ·
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    Thank you all so much this is very helpful!

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  • MrsVoegs17
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    MrsVoegs17 ·
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    I second Sam's Club. I am ordering hydrangeas in bulk from there, and I have read nothing but awesome reviews. They will even replace the flowers if something happens to them.

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  • Kristy
    Dedicated May 2017
    Kristy ·
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    Two friends have used fifty flowers and had great experiences so I'm using them as well. They offer combos/packages if you aren't terribly creative and then they just have normal bulk.

    The only thing I will say if you order online, follow the directions about bringing the flowers to life. Both times my friends ordered , flowers looked awful when they arrived but followed instructions that came with them and the popped right up and looked great for the wedding. I'll see if I can find any pics

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  • AyEmVee
    VIP May 2017
    AyEmVee ·
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    Look into thebouqs.com as well. Haven't used them personally, but it looks like they have some affordable/customizable wedding packages.

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  • K.M.
    Master September 2018
    K.M. ·
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    I have heard great things about fifty flowers. My friend used them and someone assisted her in figuring out how much she would need of each flower. I have also heard sams club has a great selection.

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  • Samantha
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    Samantha ·
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    I am using Flower Moxie! I'm obsessed with the website. The prices are really reasonable (in my opinion) and I love that they break down exactly what you need for each bouquet/centerpiece and include easy how-to video. I bought their Organic White Bridal Bouquet to do a trial run before the wedding, Ill attach a photo!


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