These candles are a delight! Hand poured in Southern California, these use a coconut + soy wax blend for a natural, clean burn. They use lead-free cotton wicks and premium fragrance oils. All of these candles are vegan, cruelty-free, phthalate-free, paraben-free, carcinogen-free and packaged in fully recyclable materials.
7 ounces (198g), comes in a signature pink box.
Saint Sauveur: Smoky late night walks along the meandering street of Rue Saint-Sauveur. Hidden corners, whispered secrets and the ever present feeling of endless possibilities. This scent embodies the spirit of those magical moments with velvety notes of cashmere wood, sweet tobacco, and a delicate hint of smoke. Sweet tobacco, rum, cashmere wood, smoke, ambrette
Palisades: A gorgeous blend of honeyed florals that open with the heady presence of freshly bloomed tuberose and gardenia. Softened with undertones of white woods and a cooling aquatic accord, capturing the essence of its namesake. Tuberose, gardenia, tree flower, ambergris, white woods.
Euphoria: The euphoric scent of spring time in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles. Blooming bougainvillea cascades along fences while the gorgeous bouquet of night blooming jasmine and osmanthus fill the air. Balanced with exotic white musk and soft undertones of vanilla, this is a floral for both floral lovers and non-floral lovers alike. Star jasmine, lily, osmanthus, white musk, greens
Botanica: This scent envelopes you with green notes of fresh mint, tomato leaf and sage. Tempered with the subtle presence of herbal tea and a lingering hint of vanilla. Wild mint, sage, white tea, tomato leaf, vanilla.
29 Palms: Capturing the essence of the cool morning desert air after rainfall. Pure and simple in nature, this scent opens with the soothing fragrance of eucalyptus and desert sage atop woody base notes of cedar and palo santo and finished with the delicate nuance of rain accord. Desert sage, cedar, eucalyptus, palo santo, white musk
Same day delivery on orders placed before 11am
Everyday Flower FAQ
How do I care for my flower arrangement?
To keep flower arrangements looking fresh and vibrant for as long as possible, follow these tips:
- Change the water in the vase every 2-3 days.
- Recut the stems at an angle before placing them in fresh water. This helps to ensure that the flowers can take up water effectively with the most surface area.
- Keep the flower arrangement out of direct sunlight and away from heat sources, as both can cause the flowers to wilt more quickly.
- Certain flower types last longer than others! As individual flowers wilt, remove them from the arrangement to prevent more wilting.
Can you deliver to a business address or hospital?
Yes! Please leave specific delivery instructions if the order is going to a business or an office space, as well as the business’ operating hours, if necessary.
We make regular deliveries to the hospital and appreciate it if you can provide the specific ward or room number for the recipient, which will help the hospital staff in locating the correct destination.
What time do you deliver?
We can deliver same-day if your order is placed before 11am. Our deliveries go out between noon and 4pm. Delivery times vary based on our driver’s route, the recipient’s distance from our shop, and adverse weather in the winter. While we cannot guarantee a specific delivery time, please leave a message in the order notes or give us a call so we can do our best to accommodate.
What happens if the recipient isn’t home when you deliver?
On the scheduled delivery day, we will text the recipient to let them know a flower delivery is coming their way. If they aren’t home when we arrive, we will leave a note on the door instructing them to call and reschedule the delivery. If a second attempt is made unsuccessfully, we are unable to reschedule again. In which case, a pickup from our store will be arranged. Due to the delicate nature of flowers, we are unable to provide refunds or replacements beyond this stage.
Are you able to deliver to the canyon?
We deliver to the Canyon spring through early fall. Once the weather starts getting snowy, we unfortunately stop delivering as the roads get dangerous and there's a lack of cell phone service.