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            Flower Press UK

Email: info@flowerpressuk.com

           

Tel:  07929 483793

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Terms & Conditions

 

Will the colour of my flowers change in any way once pressed?

Please note that some flowers do not press well and change colour when the moisture is removed.  Examples are:

       *  Red roses may become darker in colour.

       *  White roses may go cream.

       *  Lilies on occasions may go brown.

       *  Calla Lilies nearly always go brown, sometimes half of the petal will go brown

           or the petals may change colour completely.

       *  Orchids can go black.

       *  Pale roses in general will go cream.

       *  Pink flowers may go lilac or brown.

       *  Yellow or gold flowers may go brown or green.

       *  Gerberas will not press well and are most likely to lose their colour.

       *  Hydrangias change colour ie: pink can go lilac or white, blue can go white.

 

At Flower Press UK we endeavour to maintain the colour of your flowers by pressing as many petals and foliage as possible.  Using our special pressing methods we can obtain the best quality result.  It would be unprofessional for us not to make you aware of this possiblity.

As a product of nature and as each flower is different in quality, we cannot accept responsibility for colour changes to any flowers or foliage that we press.

We must stress that colour change of this type is the exception, rather than the rule.

 

Claims for loss or damage to Flower Press UK goods must be made within 28 days of the date of despatch.  Any claims received after this period are not valid.

 

Our Pendant mounts, chains, bails are sterling silver.  The pendant mounts are not hallmarked because they weigh below 7.78g.

What are the delivery options for getting my flowers to FPUK?

We are happy to accept personal deliveries, via an appointment.  It is always a pleasure to meet our customers.  Alternatively, you can send your flowers to us by special delivery.  Please call, email or text us first to make sure we have availability.

 

What is the best way for me to store my flowers?

       *  Keep your flowers in a cool dry place.

       *  If a handtied bouquet you can place it in 1" of water.

       *  Do not spray your flowers with water.

How do i arrange delivery of my flowers?

Place your flowers or bouquet in a suitable carton or box (most customers use a shoe box).  Pad the box with clean white kitchen towel to prevent movement during trsansit.  Place your details in the box, name, address, telephone numbers, email address and a £30 deposit (if not already given).  

Seal your box and mark it Fragile, Handle with care. Send to:

 

Flower Press UK,

12 Old Oak Way,

Winterborne Whitechurch,

Blandford Forum,

Dorset,

DT11 0TN.

 

      *  Take your flowers to the Post Office and send by Special Delivery to arrive before 1pm.

       *  Contact us by phone, email or text and let us know they have been sent.

       *  Delivery of your finished pressed picture will be £15, includes insurance.

 

Claims for loss or damage to Flower Press UK goods must be made within 28 days of the date of despatch.  Any claims received after this period are not valid.

   

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