Online shop for The Flower Deli

Published: 21st Jun 2017 in

You may have seen the colourful website we built for edible flower producer, The Flower Deli. The site was originally created with a flower showcase, blog and other pages with a view to adding an online shop later. Well, the shop is now here!

The Flower Deli shop

The fully functioning e-commerce system integrated with the rest of the existing website seamlessly. It allows customers to choose and add products to the basket, use discount codes and pay securely online using PayPal or credit/debit card.

The Flower Deli

For the shop administrators a gallery of pictures can be added for each product along with a text description and other modifiers. Shipping costs are easily managed as well as 'shipped' and 'order complete' statuses, sending automated e-mails to the shop customer to let them know their edible flowers are on the way.

Check it out at theflowerdeli.co.uk

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