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600 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA | Directions 9810447.602593 -122.332314
Neighborhoods: Downtown, Pioneer Square
Featured on NPR and in Seattle Magazine, this family owned florist has been serving the downtown business community and Greater Seattle since 1947. Fresh and unique flowers and the largest selection of green plants in downtown Seattle are showcased against an extraordinary collection of antiques and artifacts from around the world at Seattle Flowers. Weddings, corporate events and private parties are expertly designed and attentively cared for by our experienced staff.
Fabulous Service – I can't say enough about the great service provided to me by Seattle Flowers. I sent flowers to a memorial service for my brother in law at a church, and was concerned that they arrive in time for the memorial at 9AM in the morning. I am living on the east coast and was unable to get to Seattle for the memorial. The owner personally insured me that they would be there, and that he would call me when they were delivered. Yes, he called me at 11:10AM (8:10 Pacific time) to say my flowers were at the church and had been handed to the pastor and placed on the altar for the service. I was so relieved and pleased with the excellent service. My sister tells me the flowers were most lovely and she took them home to enjoy them even longer.
Flowers to make you happy! – I recently ordered flowers to be delivered to my hotel room for my girlfriends birthday. She walked into the room and was pleasantly surprised to find them. Thank you for helping me make her special day unforgettable. Way to go Seattle Flowers! You have made us so happy!
So much better than FTD, Seattle Flowers is a great florist! – I wanted to order 2 arrangements delivered to the same address, one for my Dad and one for my Step Mom. I called FTD and they wanted the price of the 2 arrangements plus 17.95 to deliver each one, a total of 35.90 to deliver them to the same address! I told them to forget it and I found Seattle Flowers website on a local search. They have a great website, much better than FTD, so I called them and ordered 2 arrangements. They charged me for the 2 plus 8.95 for delivery since they were going to the same address. The flowers arrived on time, were fresh and beautifully designed. I highly recommend Seattle Flowers, and I urge you not to use FTD.
Perfect Flowers, Perfect Delivery – The items I ordered were delivered this morning, just 2 hours after I had ordered them. Again, everything was perfect, from the flowers to the vase, to the card, ballon and chocolates. Seattle Flowers attention to detail, carefully arranged bouquet and all the other items were a smash hit with my mother, and with her fellow female colleagues, too; she was the envy of the office!
Another Awesome Display! – I just received an email from my awesome daughter-in-law to inform me that Piper & Fox received their Halloween flowers and loved the display!! The balloons, the pumpkin container, the flowers and the stuffed toys ....even Rupurt the cat loved them!!!! of course Piper loved everything and Fox couldn't stop laughing at the ghost!!....another awesome display!! Thank you again Seattle Flowers!!!
NOT worth one Star=Terrible/Rude - DID NOT HONOR SALE PRICE – I visited this shop "Seattle Flowers" today around 12:45pm.
I had just finished a team lunch with my co-workers and your festivly decorated store called out to us from the street.
As soon as we entered, the "Ooohs" & "Ahhhs" fell from our lips as we happily discovered all the beautiful wonders on display.
Myself and a co-worker found our way to the middle when I spotted a Gorgeous little red, beaded, handbag. It was of course out of my price range.............But, I was so excited when I looked inside the bag - there was a printed sign that the bag "All Handbags" was 50% off!! I immediately took it to the employee nearest me and asked her to ring me up.
I handed her the sign to make sure the discount was taken and while she was ringing me up, another employee behind the counter (Kathy) said that the bag was not on sale. Kathy further told the woman helping me that it was an old promotion and was not good anymore. All this happend without even a look towards me or a word directed at me to tell me what was going
on. I finally asked what the issue was. Kathy, finally looked at me proceeded to fold up the sign and threw it away as she abrubtly told me that the purse was not on sale and again turned away from me. I turned to the woman who was helping me and calmly explained that while I was sorry about their error.......the sale sign was clearly inside the purse and that they should
honor the price. Kathy was on the phone by this time, however she interjected to tell me (again very abrubtly) that they were a small business and she did not have to honor the sale price of the purse. She continued that the signs were from a previous sale and that they were never tucked inside the purses. I answered her that clearly they were because that's where I found this
one. She then said very smugly that she could jack the price up again and then take the 50% off "if that would make me feel better."
I could not believe how rude Kathy was being and in amazement I was going to concede the conversation there but felt I needed to report her behavior so I asked her name and took one of the business cards available at the counter, before turning and immediately leaving the store.
We avoid hiding sale signs inside our product, preferring to place them where they are clearly visible. When offered an apologetic explanation the customer immediately became belligerent, demanding a ?legal right? to the handbag. The handbag was originally $89.95. She apparently expected a price of $29.95. It?s unfortunate but what often seems too good to be true usually is. Her rush to publicly denounce this company and her implication that I should ?buy? her goodwill tells me that a resolution was never on her agenda. I have no tolerance for demanding people who want something for nothing and I will not allow my sales people to be subjected to inappropriate behavior. If this person believes that we went out of our way to lure her into our store and then intentionally try to deceive her by hiding a sale sign inside one of our handbags, that is obviously untrue. I have always been committed to providing reasonable accommodation to our customers. I remain so.
the BEST Seattle Flower Shop! – Seattle Flowers is one of the coolest floral shops in Seattle! They don't JUST do flowers, thought: Bill and Cathy travel the world and bring back treasures from all over to share with the public (and of course sell).
In my office we have a wagon wheel from Burma (well, the area FORMALLY known as Burma). it's awesome -they had a display stand built for it and well you just have to see it to understand where i'm going with this, but take my word for it: it's really cool.
Anyway, we've used Seattle Flowers and their easy, online ordering website for all sorts of occasions, from Mother's Day to Valentine's Day to random acts of flowers to keep the office fresh and clean. Did you know there was a recent study that proved having fresh flowers in a workplace improved both efficiency and creativity? that's been proven in our office.
I love ordering from Seattle Flowers -their website is very clean, easy to navigate and sorts flowers by category...what could be easier? Plus they deliver all over the place, from Downtown Seattle to Capital Hill to Ballard to Queen Anne -if it's in Seattle they'll deliver it (and probably outside of Seattle but you'll have to ask them).
Also, they don't do just the standard FTD and TeleFlora packages, they design floral arrangements from scratch. If you're looking for flower delivery in or around Seattle call Seattle Flowers first!!!
Editorial Review – Creates ornate floral arrangements for special occasions, anniversaries and gifts.
Great Service and Selection of Flowers for Girlfriends Birthday – Great little shop near the Smith tower. I needed some flowers for my girlfriends birthday last minute. I spoke with one of their pleasant staff members and they walked me through the process of picking out the flowers over the phone and delivered them the same day to her college. I would have to disagree with the other posters reviews. I did notice they around Valentine's Day and I know from last year that is a really busy time for any florist. Thanks Seattle Flowers (If you read this)
I've had better Customer Service at McDonalds – I agree with the last two comments. This company has horriable customer service. I was to recieve flowers for Valentine's day which never got to me. When I called to see what the problem was I was brushed off, told I was going to get a call back with the status of my flowers and never got a call back. I was told they were on a truck the following day at 10 am which come to find out didnt leave until 11:30. I was given the run around. They said they would add a box of chocolate for the troubles ( which ended up being 6 small pieces) and a aploizge note , which I never got. What about a call to say there going to be late??? That would have been nice. When I called today to express my frusterations the women I spoke with said " well it happens". Not a good response. Thanks SeattleFlowers for ruining my Valentine's and me getting in a fight with my boyfriend because I thought he didnt get me anything. Which he did, but you couldnt get it to me on time.
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