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MORE DIY FLOWER RESOURCES

If you have not already you should take advantage of all of the BloomsByTheBox.com resources that will prepare you for DIYing your event or wedding flowers.

DIY Guide To Wedding Flowers

This guide is different from the DIY Flower 101 lessons as it is very specifically written for helping DIY Brides. It is much more specific advice for the bride. The guide reminds you of things you may not think about and miss. Download this free guide now to learn all the specifics!

Blooms Blog

Need inspiration for event centerpieces, color combinations, and advice? Visit Blooms Blog to see weekly useful information. Posts include how to's, video tutorials,real DIY weddings, flower selection, giveaways, and much more.

Email Consultations

Need help narrowing down your flower choices? Need help picking quantities? Need help picking a delivery date or figuring out when to place your order? Email us to talk about all your flower questions.

Blooms Video Workshop

It's not enough to read about constructing arrangements, sometimes you need to see it too. Take a look at the wide range of videos that show you how to make bouquets, centerpieces, décor, boutonnieres, corsages and more.

Frequently Asked Questions about Ordering Event Flowers:

  • Some specialty products have a lead time of 7-14 days. These flowers include seasonal novelties, garden roses, spray tinted hydrangeas, succulents, and specialty rose varieties. If you wish to order these flowers you should order at least 2-2.5 weeks before your wedding.
  • You can place an order up to 60 days in advance of your delivery date. You will select your delivery date during checkout. When possible, we recommend that orders for weddings/big events be placed 2-3 weeks in advance of delivery date. This will allow for the most flexibility to fill your order as requested.
  • We recommend receiving your flowers and supplies two (2) days prior to your event to allow for re-hydration and preparation.
  • Need help with flower care? Still unsure after reading our DIY Flowers 101? Click here for more information on flower care. Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for even more answers.