This gorgeous Hand-tie bouquet is ready for instant display. Arranged in the most gorgeous Purple, Ivory and pink seasonal flowers including lovely roses. A firm favourite and one of our most popular Hand-Tie Bouquets, suitable for all occasions.
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Same Day Deliveries must be received by 1pm that day, orders received after this time will be delivered the next day.
Requesting a time: is never guaranteed unless a member of the Pick-A-Posy team confirms by email confirmation or a phone call. If we confirm a delivery can be done by a certain time by arrangement, then this will be a 100% guaranteed. (PLEASE NOTE: Requested special delivery times are never guaranteed unless arranged otherwise)
Funeral Deliveries take priority over all other weekday deliveries throughout the day. We always aim to deliver 2 hours before the funeral takes place, unless specified differently by the request of the undertaker or the family. We reserve the right that if a funeral is at 9am, that they may be delivered the day prior. Unless this is a Monday funeral, the delivery time is arranged with the undertaker or family at their request.
We delivery from Monday to Saturday, Unfortunately we are closed Sundays and all bank holidays unless there is an event i.e. Christmas Eve, Mothers Day or Valentines Day. Our opening times for these events will always be displayed in the shop and posted on here our website in due course leading up to these days.
Out of area postcodes:
Our website contains a hyperlink to a relay company if we do not deliver to a certain postcode which is deemed out of our area. This is a third party and where they are located will be made clear to you. Where such Interactive Services are operated by a third party, you may be asked to supply information and/or data (including, credit card and/or bank data if making a purchase), where the third party may have specific additional terms and conditions which apply. Furthermore, when using such Interactive Services operated by such third parties, you will be dealing with them directly and as such, any contracts and/or arrangements will be formed between you and them, without Pick-A-Posy as a party. Pick-A-Posy cannot be held liable for your use of or any liability arising.
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What time will my delivery be?
As you can understand Funeral deliveries do take priority over our other deliveries. You can request AM or PM times or arrange for a more specific time that suits you. Please click here for our disclaimer on all deliveries policies.
What is your Delivery area?
We deliver to ME1, ME2, ME3, ME4, ME5, ME6, ME7
What happens if the recipient is not in?
We have special designed ‘Sorry we missed you’ cards. These are posted through the door informing the recipient that we have tried to make delivery.
We will always try and leave with a neighbor.
On the reverse of the ‘Sorry we missed you’ Cards the information will be written on where the flowers have been left or if we have had to bring them back to our shop and that to call us to arrange delivery or collection. So the recipient would always know we have tried to make a delivery on the specific date.
Why do you charge for delivery?
Our flowers are not delivered by post or an over night delivery service – they are delivered fresh on the day. Our arrangements are made up fresh by Michelle and her team and have to be delivered by the Pick-A-Posy Van, driven by our own delivery drivers. Due to ever-rising fuel bills and van wear and tear, we have to charge a small delivery charge. We believe that this way there is no hidden cost and that no delivery charge would be taken out off your flower cost. Your flowers will always be full to the value content and never any relay or hidden free delivery costs taken out.
Are you open on Sundays or Bank Holidays?
We are closed all Bank Holidays and Sundays. Orders received on these days would be processed for the next following working day.
(We only open for delivery on a Sunday to the exceptions of Mothering Sunday, Valentines Day or Christmas Eve if they fall on a Sunday)
How much notice do I need to give for a funeral tribute?
We can arrange a spray or posy within one hour if you have only just found out the sad news. However this would be the stock we would have in our shop.
Tributes consisting of lilies we would ideally require at least one weeks notice due to lilies long vase life. Our turnover is so high, we like to know that the lilies are bought in fresh and nurtured within the week and that the lilies are just at the right bloom. However we can substitute lilies with other gorgeous flowers to create the same look to the tribute.
Hearts, cushions, pillows, crosses, letters/names etc
As short as 2 days notice. If a funeral were taking place on a Monday we would need to know by 4pm on the Friday beforehand.
Bespoke funeral tributes we need as much notice as you can, sometimes up to a week before the funeral date, as we design most of our frames and a lot of work and design goes into the process of creating bespoke designs.
Who is Michelle?
Michelle has been the proprietor of Pick-A-Posy for past five years and has a vast wealth of knowledge of flowers, with over 29 years of experience. To find out more about Michelle and her dedicated team or to read about the history of Pick-A-Posy and the shop
Flowers and Sundries.
We reserve the right to substitute individual stems of flowers or sundry items to those illustrated on our website due to seasonal availability of flowers and stock, this would be with a suitable substitution such as a variety of a flower or sundry item in a different colour in an equal or greater value.
Flowers will often be delivered in a bud rather than full bloom as the pictures illustrated; this is to ensure longevity of the flowers.
Sundries may be substituted with suitable Alternative that is equal or greater in value.
In the unlikely event some flowers maybe harmful or poisonous if consumed, or you may have a allergic reaction to ie. pollen, some certain varieties of flowers etc, we do not accept any responsibility for these symptoms which may arise.