Yes, we are still delivering 7 days a week across the greater Orlando/Lake Mary area, with same-day delivery available until 2:30pm M-F, and until 12pm Saturday & Sunday.
At this time, we are shifting all of our delivery to no-contact delivery. We will leave your product at the front door of the recipient, without collecting signatures.
Both our retail storefronts will be closed to the public for the time being, however we will continue to take pick-up orders if they are called ahead/ordered online and paid for before arrival.
Once you arrive, give us another call and we will deliver curbside to your car, or we will leave the product outside for you to pick up. You can contact us at 407-649-7771.
At this time, our staff is located at our Downtown Orlando location only, at 325 W. Gore Street.
We understand that the precautions taken toward minimizing the spread of Coronavirus has led to the cancellation of events. If you need to cancel or reschedule your event, please contact our Wedding & Events team as soon as possible at Events@InBloomFlorist.com or call at 407-649-7771 so we may assist you.
We are working with all of our vendors to keep our coolers filled with the widest variety of the best flowers available in the world. The global supply chain has been disrupted as nations respond to the current emergency. We are seeing different obstacles every day and doing our best to fulfill everyone's special requests as best we can. Unfortunately, some items will be unavailable with little to no notice. We do promise to make everything we send out for you beautiful! If you have a special request or concerns, please contact us at 407-649-7771.
Flowers have the power to help us feel a little more at peace.
Everyone is sure to be experiencing some sort of chaos in their lives during these challenging times. Flowers offer, even for a moment, a brief pause to "stop and smell the roses". Science has proven that flowers have a positive emotional impact on people. Read more about the Rutgers University study here:
See the actual study here: