**NOTE! When you proceed to checkout, you will be prompted to select your delivery time & date. You may select any date/time (we will disregard this) to proceed to payment. We are working hard to fix this for subscription flowers at the moment & do apologise for any inconvenience caused.**
With this basic subscription, you'll receive an assortment of local fresh flowers according to your chosen frequency. The variety and colours will vary from week to week to ensure you do not get the same blooms twice!
You can choose to add-on a vase of your choice.
Q: Why subscribe? A: We want you to experience the enjoyment and satisfaction of creating your own floral arrangement. We'll help pick your blooms for you, and the rest is up to you! There is no right or wrong in art - any arrangement you come up with will be beautiful.
For tips on how to put together a simple arrangement, watch our quick tutorial video (swipe through our product gallery to watch).
- We will ship out all Postbox Flowers every Wednesday. Orders placed before 11am on Wednesday will be shipped out on the same day. Orders received after this time will be shipped out the following Wednesday.
- You should receive your flowers within 2-3days. There may be delays from time to time depending on the volume of orders received by our courier partner. Be advised that they will do their best to have them reach you ASAP!
- We currently only ship anywhere in West Malaysia. We're sorry, East Malaysians :( We do love you and are working hard to find a way to get our blooms to you too!
If you have any questions on this, feel free to drop us a WhatsApp message +6012-807 2131 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to our Contact Us Page
For flower care tips, see our FAQs.
**NOTE: If you're purchasing a product that needs to be shipped (i.e. areas outside KL&PJ), you may still be prompted to choose your delivery date/time before proceeding to checkout/payment. We are working to fix this but in the meantime, do just select any date/time to continue - don't worry, we will disregard it. We're so sorry for any inconvenience caused!
We do daily deliveries in KL & PJ between 10am to 6pm from Monday to Saturday. WhichKrafters need their beauty sleep on Sundays!
We can still do deliveries outside our usual hours but an additional fee will be charged. Contact us to check on rates.
For large orders that require a large vehicle or multiple vehicles to deliver your items, a top-up fee will be required. We will contact you separately for this!
We only deliver to selected areas in the Klang Valley. You will be prompted to do a postcode check in the Cart drawer before proceeding to Checkout.
We ship selected products nationwide. Your parcel will take approximately 3-7 working days. Please expect delays during lockdown and national festive occasions.
>> If you have any questions or issues with placing your order, please contact us via WhatsApp at +6012-807 2131 or fill in the Ask A Question form below.
Please read our full delivery terms on our FAQ and Terms & Conditions pages.
Here's what you should know about Helium Gas.
All our balloons are air-filled. We no longer use helium gas as there is a worldwide shortage of the gas which is more direly needed in the medical & scientific world. Here's an article that you can read about it here. There are lots more articles on the helium shortage that you can read about on the internet - just ask Google!
But don't worry, your balloons will look just as good as if they were filled with helium - we prop them up on a pole so it'll look like they're floating! What's better is that they'll 'stand' way longer than if they were filled with helium. A typical 'float' period for regular balloons are about 4-8 hours in our weather. With our supports, your balloons will be standing until they completely deflate, which could take days and, for some, even weeks to months!
*CAUTION* We would caution you about the current sale of helium filled balloons. As helium gas is more expensive now (due to the shortage), the cost of your helium balloon should be a little pricier than it once was. If it isn't, do be wary as the gas used may be mixed with (or be entirely) a flammable gas such as hydrogen. Here is one occasion in Malaysia where many were injured due to this: https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2019/10/529789/balloon-explosion-it-was-hydrogen-not-helium