Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a question that isn't answered here please contact us via our contact page.

Flowers

We source our flowers from a local Nashville wholesaler and local flower farms.

That's tricky as flowers are a living thing and their timer starts when they are cut from the ground but we can assure you that our flowers are some of the most fresh! We have had people tell us that our flowers can last up to 18 days! Typically, the flowers should stay happy and beautiful for up to a week but it all depends on the flower variety.

We at Amelia's do not see the need for flower food. We suggest changing the water *at least* every other day and trimming the stems slightly when you do.

YES! I personally have traveled from Nashville to Florida with a bouquet of flowers and they were out of water for at least 8 hours. They may look a little wilted once they arrive to your destination but once they are in water, they perk right up!

Great question! Because not only do they last the longest but each bouquet is made with love and care.

Trucks

Amy & Rory are 1962 and Melody is a 1965.

Yes! We drive them to and from all of our events.

At this time, no but we are hoping to be able to one day!

Yes!

These trucks are rare so it took a lot of searching online to find them in California, Tennessee and Texas.

Yes! Please use the event form on this page: Rent The Trucks

You can find our schedule here: Truck Schedule

Shops

We have two! One in Franklin, inside The Factory and the other in West Nashville inside the L&L Market.

No! We have a variety of gifts and home goods to choose from, as well as a more extensive variety of flowers and dried flowers.

Yes! We would love to host your next party or event. Email bonjour@ameliasflowerstruck.com for inquires.

Yes! Checkout our Workshops page. At this time though we have paused public workshops in response to COVID-19.

COVID-19

Yes!

We are asking that all patrons wear masks and will have hand sanitizer available for use. We will also only be letting in a limited number of people at a time to shop.

Yes!