FAQs

Where do you deliver?

At the moment we only deliver to the UK but will be expanding very soon.. 

Do you deliver on Sundays?

We do not deliver on Saturdays, Sundays or Holidays. 

Do you take Paypal?

Yes, we take Paypal among other payments such as American Express, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Mastercard, Maestro, Shop Pay and Visa.

How do I edit or amend my order?

If you need to edit your order please contact us at anna@lovflowers.co.uk

I’m having issues ordering..

We are sorry you are experiencing issues ordering with us. Please contact us at anna@lovflowers.co.uk and we will assist you

How long in advance do I need to book you for my wedding/event?

It is never too early to start planning your wedding/event flowers. To make sure we’re not fully booked on the date you are planning to get married we suggest you book at least 3-6 months in advance. Contact us now to speak about your wedding or event.

What can I expect at my wedding flower consultation?

Prior to your initial consultation with us, we recommend that you complete and submit our wedding inquiry form to help answer basic questions about your wedding day needs, venue and flower budget.

Many brides bring along photos to give us an idea of what they envision for their wedding. Some brides don’t have any pre-formed ideas, and that’s okay - we can help guide you with moodboards and colour schemes. If you have photos of colours, special flowers or bouquets that you like, please feel free to email them to us in advance or bring them to your consultation.

Can you work with my other vendors (cake decorator, hairstylist, reception hall, etc.)?

Yes, we will happily coordinate flower arrangement delivery and set-up with other vendors.

Which flowers will be in season when I have my wedding/event?

When we choose flowers for our costumers, we carefully go through your ideas and wishes and see which flowers will be in season. And preferably flowers that are available in the UK. It's more environmentally friendly to choose seasonal flowers to avoid adding to the CO2 emissions.