We want you to enjoy your hand-tied bouquet for as long as possible, so please read these care instructions carefully.


Your hand-tied bouquet has been carefully designed and arranged by our skilled florists. Please handle it with care to avoid damaging the delicate blooms and foliage. Hold the bouquet by the stems and avoid touching the flowers and foliage as much as possible.

Removing the Gift Wrap

When you receive your hand-tied bouquet, it will be wrapped in decorative paper and a ribbon. To remove the gift wrap, simply cut the ribbon and carefully slide the paper off the bouquet. Be careful not to damage the blooms or foliage as you remove the wrapping.


To keep your hand-tied bouquet looking fresh, it's important to water it regularly. We recommend changing the water every two days or as needed. To do this, carefully remove the bouquet from the vase and discard the old water. Rinse the vase with fresh water and add room-temperature water mixed with the flower food provided. Each time the water is changed, it is advisable to trim the stems to maximize water intake. Using a sharp pair of scissors or pruning shears, cut about 1 inch off the bottom of the stems at a 45-degree angle. This will create a fresh cut and help the flowers absorb water more easily.

Temperature and Placement

It's important to keep your hand-tied bouquet in a cool, shaded area away from direct sunlight, heat sources, and drafts. These conditions can cause the flowers to wilt and fade more quickly. We recommend placing the bouquet in a vase on a flat surface such as a tabletop or mantle.

Enjoying Your Bouquet

With proper care, your hand-tied bouquet should last for several days or even up to a week! As the blooms naturally age and fade, you can carefully remove them from the bouquet to extend the life of the remaining flowers. Enjoy the beauty of your hand-tied bouquet and the joy it brings to your home or office.

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