Sami Sacha Flowers

The Southern Charmer DIY

$88.00
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Even if you don’t have a wraparound porch, wicker rocking chair, and cold glass of lemonade, this arrangement will give you those Southern summer night vibes. The sweet peach tones and pops of purple will relax you like warm weather and a cool beverage.
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Free shipping on all orders. *Taxes are determined based on address. Your delivery options will be calculated at checkout. Due to current conditions, delivery times may require longer lead times than usual.

Do I need to be present for my delivery

Our deliveries require a signature so please have someone available to sign for the order if you are not present. If that is not possible, you may request to pick up the order from your local FedEx or UPS depot by contacting them directly once you have your tracking number.

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How long in advance should I place my order?

You can request a delivery date for an order up to 7 days prior to your special event/occasion. If you have a lot of preparation to do, we advise that you schedule it for 2-3 days before your event so there’s time for your flowers to hydrate, get prepped, and open to the perfect stage.

Something has come up! Can I change my order?

We get it, life is a little crazy. We can modify an existing order if we receive notice within 7 days of the delivery date. Once an order has shipped, we cannot modify it. If you wish to make changes to your order before the 7 day limit, please send an e-mail to info@samisachaflowers.com, with the subject heading CHANGE TO ORDER # and the order number in question.

In the body of the email, please include your order number along with your name, address, contact information and changes you would like to make. You will receive a verification email of the changes made to your order within 7 business days.

Prepare your vases. Make sure they’re clean at the bottom (scrub out any gunk please) and fill them with cold water. Add flower food to the water. These little packets give flowers sustenance and reduce bacteria in the water.

Unpack your floral box. Remove the flowers from their packaging and recycle the paper packaging! ‘Nuff said.

Hydrate. Your stems have had quite the journey and need a good drink. If they’re a little soft or sad, don’t fret! They’re just parched. Cut your stems by at least an inch (or much more if you want them short) and put them in cold water to hydrate for at least an hour. Be sure to keep the bigger, longer stems in their own vase so they don’t crush the more delicate stems. Sort by color and type, it feels a little Type A but trust. It makes it easier later. 

Remove leaves. After they’ve had a drink, you can start removing leaves that will go in the vase. This reduces the water getting dirty and adding bacteria to the water later on. In other words, your flowers will live longer.

ROSE prep. Roses come with guard petals or tough, greenish petals that surround the outer layer. These are intended to be peeled off. Think of them as a helmet for their journey. All the good, lush petals are behind them waiting to meet ya! 

Follow our blog for some ideas on how to arrange your flowers. 

DIY Floral Box - The Southern Charmer

Product: DIY Floral box, designer-curated stems for arranging

Color: Peach, yellow, purple, green, and white

Quantity: 50 premium stems

Floral Box Includes: 50 premium stems

Fresh Flowers: Flowers are imported directly from our Ecuadorian flower farms

Flower delivery US - Always free shipping

Prepare your vases. Make sure they’re clean at the bottom (scrub out any gunk please) and fill them with cold water. Add flower food to the water. These little packets give flowers sustenance and reduce bacteria in the water.

Unpack your floral box. Remove the flowers from their packaging and recycle the paper packaging! ‘Nuff said.

Hydrate. Your stems have had quite the journey and need a good drink. If they’re a little soft or sad, don’t fret! They’re just parched. Cut your stems by at least an inch (or much more if you want them short) and put them in cold water to hydrate for at least an hour. Be sure to keep the bigger, longer stems in their own vase so they don’t crush the more delicate stems. Sort by color and type, it feels a little Type A but trust. It makes it easier later. 

Remove leaves. After they’ve had a drink, you can start removing leaves that will go in the vase. This reduces the water getting dirty and adding bacteria to the water later on. In other words, your flowers will live longer.

ROSE prep. Roses come with guard petals or tough, greenish petals that surround the outer layer. These are intended to be peeled off. Think of them as a helmet for their journey. All the good, lush petals are behind them waiting to meet ya! 

Follow our blog for some ideas on how to arrange your flowers. 

This one is great for one large arrangement and several little accompanying ones so you can fill the room with this sunny palette.