Moyses Stevens delivers on the same day to any area of London whenever an order is received by 3pm. They have a team of well-trained and experienced drivers, some of whom are former florists, and all of whom are trained in handling flowers, ensuring that their flowers reach our recipients in just as good a condition as when they left their studio. Their shops receive deliveries directly from Holland and various British growers from Monday to Saturday, thereby cutting out any middlemen and ensuring everlasting freshness and great stock quantity throughout the group. They are well-known for their ability to handle last-minute requests, no matter how large or extravagant they are. Within their group, they have a whole sales sundries department, which ensures more middlemen are cut out and the cost savings are passed on to their customers.
Moyses Stevens has been noted for its floristry creativity and excellence since 1876. The Moyses Stevens narrative is deep in history; not only are they credited with inventing the hand-tied bouquet, but their stunning creations have also earned us two royal warrants and helped to establish British floristry. They have had the Royal Warrant for Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother over the years, and they presently have the highly coveted Royal Warrant via HRH The Prince of Wales' appointment.
Since its first store opened in Victoria, London, offering flowers to the aristocracy, Moyses Stevens has had an astonishing journey. Their Berkeley Square shop was characterized as a'veritable Chelsea Flower Show every day of the year' in the 1920s, and the famed and exceptional 'Moyses standard' has been firmly established and maintained throughout the years. They now have five similarly lovely and inspiring businesses around the metropolis, including a Harrods concession and a thriving floristry studio.
Their floristry is well-known for its high quality. They exclusively use skilled and well-trained florists who have had comprehensive training and are knowledgeable in all elements of floristry. Their bouquets are delivered in magnificent Moyses hand-tied flower bags with their emblem and the Royal Warrant displayed prominently yet tastefully. Their bouquets are professionally packed in transparent cellophane and silky white tissue paper, then tied with the famed 'Moyses' ribbon, which has both their name and their company's colors.