Qing Flowers Forever is located in Barnstable Village on Cape Cod by 6A.
The address and hours are listed as follows:
3261 Main Street Unit 2
Barnstable, MA 02630
Monday through Saturday: 11:00 AM --- 5:00 PM
Please contact us ahead of time before you drop off your flowers.
3. Send Fresh Flowers in the Mail:
If you need us to pick up the flowers after your event, please notify us ahead of time and we can make appropriate arrangement for the pick-up. There will be a charge for the pick-up.
- Obtain a lightweight wooden box at any craft or home store. A wooden box is sturdy and can withstand the pressure of going through the mail. The box should be at least the length and width of the fresh flowers you are sending. The height of the box should be as tall as the flowers, with only enough room on both sides for packing material. This prevents the flowers from moving around during shipment.
- Line both sides of the wooden box with a cotton batting material. This material can be purchased at most fabric stores. Place enough batting on both sides of the box to secure the flowers but not so much that it crushes them.
- Place a sheet of tissue paper over both sides of the cotton batting material.
- Arrange the fresh cut flowers side by side in the box. Do not place the flowers on top of each other. The blooms of one flower can rest on the stem of the flower next to it.
- Pack the flowers close together to prevent them from rearranging during shipment.
- Cover the box with lid and tape the two sides of box together. Address the box, and ship the fresh flowers through the mail.
(Source for sending fresh flowers in the mail: www.ehow.com).
Another way to send fresh flowers in the mail is to use coolers. You could always contact us for any questions regarding preservation and shipping of fresh flowers.
NOTE: After your wedding, you might realize that the flowers are not fresh any more. Do not worry, and still send them to us as long as the texture of flowers are still in good shape. Our artist has unique way to dry and press the flowers, and recover their original colors.