Toronto Cadoh flower delivery app takes the stress out of sending arrangements

This story is sponsored by Cadoh.

Sending a bouquet of flowers is a thoughtful and rather simple way to make someone in your life feel special.

Whether you’re ordering a quaint arrangement for your loved one on your birthday or for your friend on their birthday, fresh flowers are the perfect acknowledgment. They can also express sympathy, show love, or uplift someone who is going through a difficult time.

Cadoh, a flower delivery and marketplace app, makes sending flowers to your loved ones in Toronto super easy. The app connects users to local florists around the recipient’s area, similar to a food delivery app. But instead of ordering a large cheese pizza, you choose between roses, stargazer lilies, carnations and tulips.

“Cadoh was created to encourage people to support small, local flower businesses in the recipient’s area. Plus, it was designed with the primary goal of being simple and convenient, with no minimums, no phone calls, and full transparency on delivery logistics,” said Natalie Krause, Founder of Cadoh. “We pride ourselves on working closely with our florists to ensure that every order benefits their business while being able to deliver beautiful arrangements to you or your loved ones.”

The app streamlines the entire process, making flower delivery simple, reliable and at your fingertips. Once a user downloads the app, they can enter the recipient’s address and scroll through the nearest florists.

After selecting an arrangement most complementary to their preferences, users can add a personalized card note or any special instructions to the florist.

When ordering flowers from a store, customers are often left with a collection of forms and emails, with no way of knowing the status of their arrangement. But with Cadoh, the experience is stress-free and hassle-free as users can track their delivery live once an order is placed and confirmed.

Cadoh works closely with Toronto florists to ensure that every order helps businesses while showcasing their unique style. In order to support local florists, the app is keeping its partners’ service fees to a minimum as many still face pandemic-related challenges. Cadoh encourages florists to focus on their creativity when creating arrangements.

Cadoh is currently only available on iOS, with plans to launch an Android and web app in the near future. Delivery is currently available in Toronto to areas with postal codes beginning with an “M”.

To send a bouquet and support local florists, download Cadoh on the app store. For updates, follow Cadoh on instagram.


Terisa K. Carn