We know that as an online business we are extremely lucky to still be operating and able to send flowers at a time when we all need small gestures to maintain contact with our loved ones.
We’ve made a few changes to the way we operate and are continuing to listen carefully to advice from the government and the World Health Organisation. We’re incredibly grateful for your ongoing support through this challenging time.
There are so many people out there who have been putting themselves directly on the front line, working tirelessly to care for COVID-19 patients and making sure our country is safe and people are getting the care they need during this pandemic.
We think they deserve all the support they can get for their incredible hard work and dedication during the most trying of times. We will be donating €1 from every order placed on Teleflorist to Feed The Heroes. You can read more about how they are helping and help us to raise even more for this important cause here.
You might notice a few differences in how your flowers are delivered at this time. Our couriers are now operating contactless deliveries, which means your bouquet will not need signing for by the recipient and will be left safely on the doorstep or in a safe place.
The delivery network is quite busy at the moment, so we’re unable to guarantee delivery dates. This means that there is a chance that your bouquet may be delivered a couple of days later than expected.
We know that flowers aren’t an essential item, but we also know how important the feeling of remaining connected to loved ones is. That’s why we’ve worked hard with our suppliers and couriers to ensure we can continue to safely deliver flowers.
One big part that is helping us to operate safely is reducing the availability of our bouquets, we’ve chosen our most popular flowers for you to send to your loved ones. You can find our range of bouquets available with contactless delivery here.