Though Mother’s Day is about a month away still, now’s the time to plan ahead.
To that end, ProFlowers has you covered with a variety of beautiful bouquets for every pricepoint.
ProFlowers Deluxe All the Frills Bouquet in Teal-Dipped Vase
I love that you can choose the type of vase you get the flowers in – which means you can customize it for your recipient.
(I mean, how cool is this pretty teal-dipped vase above??) Many other online florists only offer the vase as part of the arrangement, and you’re stuck with what they’ve chosen. Major point in ProFlowers’ favor!
You can specify delivery date at no charge (not a range-the exact day itself, which is awesome!) to make sure your recipient will be available on the date of delivery. When the flowers arrive, they’re boxed up in their nifty box with the card/greeting inside. The larger flower heads are even carefully wrapped to ensure perfection upon arrival! There are not 1 but TWO packets of flower life extend powder in the box, as well as detailed instructions for caring for your bouquet. (Other online stores don’t include instructions – kind of a no-brainer, no?)
You can also follow ProFlowers for updates, promotions, and shots of gorgeous, drool-worthy blooms here:
Facebook / Twitter / Instagram (my fave!)
So what are you waiting for? Hurry up and book a beautiful bouquet for your mother, graduation, birthday, or just because.
Maybe you had a good experience with your free sample as a reviewer, but ordinary customers should BEWARE.
The grossly overpriced flowers I ordered (large service fees are hidden until AFTER you enter all information including address and credit card) were never delivered. When I called, 2 days later, they said they would re-send the order — but that it would still take another 3 days from when I called. I said I expected that under the circumstances they would not charge me, but they refused — they still wanted to charge me full price for a delivery 5 days late. So I simply demanded a refund, which they gave (rudely, then hanging up on me). Given the disappointment involved, that’s hardly a satisfactory solution.
Wow, I’m sorry to hear about your experience!! I never dealt with their customer service, just their marketing outreach program, so perhaps their company is so large that other departments are just not up to par and are not properly communicating with each other. That always irritates me because a professional company should truly know better, and provide a seamless experience for the customer regardless of how many different departments the customer’s order goes through. I’ve published your comment so other people can hear about your experience too. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you so much for listening!