(Closed) FIFTY FLOWERS….. Whats the real deal?

posted 11 years ago in Flowers
Post # 17
120 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: March 2011

@Marina33: Oh really.

Anyone know how I can get a job reading message boards all day and posting fake positive reviews of companies?

Post # 18
2 posts
  • Wedding: August 1991


A little advice for you if you want to do your own flowers the online so called whole sale farm direct flowers  not true

I would find a wedding desginer that would teach you design and you can work put your sweat equitity labor in  let them know  you want to be involved with the creativity part of your wedding

because if you buy on line who will be held accountable for dead flowers or wrong color and can’t fix that in a flash


good luck best wishes




Post # 19
80 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

We used a combination of Whole Blossoms and a local wholesale florist. If you want to go the online route, I thought that WholeBlossoms had better prices than Fifty Flowers.

Post # 20
76 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I used FiftyFlowers for purple hydrangeas because we couldn’t find them on any other site.  We received the flowers at about 4 pm on the Thursday I had arranged for them to ship.  Unfortunately, about half were already wilted because they had been on the hot FedEx truck for 7 hours and were only wrapped in newspaper and wax paper with no ice packs.  We were only able to use a few stems for our wedding arrangements and had to throw the rest away.  I had a much better experience with Blooms By the Box – the white and blue hydrangeas and cream and lavender roses I ordered from them came wrapped in silver bubble wrap with ice packs, wet cotton around the stems, and plastic around the individual flowers.

Post # 21
104 posts
Blushing bee

Try bridedesign. They are partnered with proflowers and offer a DOUBLE guarantee.


What happens if my flowers do not arrive, or if they are not perfect?

We guarantee your satisfaction. To ensure you’re happy with the flowers, we have a double back-up system in place.

It is rare that we need to use it, but if your flowers are not perfect, here’s how it works.



First, we will ship replacement flowers to you in time for your big day.



Second, if for some reason, the replacement flowers do not arrive as planned, we will have the flowers provided by a local florist. We will cover any extra costs.

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