If you want to send flowers to India from US, you can do so via the Internet. While all of the major online florists won't deliver to India from the US, there are a number of options to do so. Follow these steps to be able to send flowers to India from the US.
In order to send flowers to India from the US, you will need:
- Computer with Internet access
- Payment method approved by florist of choice
- Find an online florist that will deliver to India. While you may not find your favorite online florist is able to deliver flowers to India, there are plenty to choose from that fit the bill. 1800flowers, for example, does deliver to India. Locate an online florist that will deliver to India; note that you may not have too many options in terms of arrangments.
- Ensure the online florist is reputable. If you have to branch out a bit to find an online florist that will deliver to India, make sure that the site is reputable. Search for reviews, via forums or a rating site, where you can see how the site is received. If you cannot find much information, ensure that the florist is secure; you may want to see how a first order goes to get a sense of quality.
- Choose an arrangement. Look at arrangements that are attractive to you. You may be limited to arrangements that are deliverable to India.
- Fill out payment and delivery information. After you have selected flowers to send, fill out the form with appropriate information. Be sure to include accurate information regarding the address where the flowers will be delivered.
- Check with your recipient. After the flowers are delivered, check with the person who received the flowers. If you were happy with the price, service, and quality of the product, you may have a florist that you can go to for future orders.
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