A Message From Our Founder & CEO

Liza Roeser speaks regarding the civil unrest & labor strikes in Ecuador affecting the operations and supply chain for FiftyFlowers.
June 2022

At This Time

You may have heard that there is great social and political upheaval in Quito and much civil unrest across the country of Ecuador.

Our hearts and minds are with our Ecuadorian work family and the family farms that have been affected by the violence, protests & strikes occurring across the country. 

While this situation has presented many challenges to operations, communications and delivery for us as a company, we have been growing, packaging and transporting wholesale wedding & event flowers to our beloved customers in the US for over 20 years. We are going to continue to do what we do best and deliver gorgeous, healthy, perfectly packaged, robust blooms direct from our farms to your arms, right on time and under budget. 

However, we ask for your patience, flexibility and increased communication while we balance this promise of delivery and the realities of dealing with social and political situations beyond our control. 

If your flower order has been affected by this situation, see our next steps below. Together we will formulate a plan for your big day. It's your dream, made easy. No compromises.

Love, Light and Blooms. 

- Liza, Founder & CEO of FiftyFlowers

What to Expect

Here is what you can expect if your flower delivery is impacted by the situation in Ecuador: 

1. We will contact you to let you know that your order has been impacted. 

2. We will offer you an alternate choice in product. 

3. We will offer you an alternate delivery date. 

4. We will offer you a refund, if there is no way for us to offer you an alternate product or delivery date that will meet your needs.