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How can I create recipe templates?
How can I create recipe templates?

Here's how you can create recipe templates for your different floral packages.

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Written by Colin Connor
Updated over a week ago

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What is a package?

Packages consist of Products and Services that are often bundled together. Packages can also contain other packages.

When you add a package to a contract, you can list all its contents or show only the package title.

Your pull sheets will always include all contents so your team knows exactly what to pull.

Adding a package:


  1. Navigate to Inventory > Packages. A window of information will pop up.

  2. Add a Name and select a Category

  3. After adding the Category and Sub-Category for your Package, choose if you want to price your package through Daily, Hourly, Flat Fee, By Contents (All), and By Contents (Client Visible). Read the section on Package Pricing below for more information.

  4. Next, choose the Attributes for your Package. You can learn more about using Attributes here. Do you use the Website Integration? Learn more about listing Attributes on certain pages here.

Click "Create" to save the package to your inventory and proceed to the "Details" tab.

Package Pricing

In addition to pricing by Daily, Hourly and Flat Fee, Packages support two additional methods of pricing: By Contents (All) and By Contents (Client Visible).

Both of these options allow you to derive the price of the package based on the contents of the package. The difference between the two is that “By Contents (All)” will calculate the price of the package based on ALL items included (regardless of visibility), where as “By Contents (Client Visible)” will calculate the price of the package based only on the items the clients will see on their contract/invoice.

Said another way, a package priced by all items, won't change as you hide items.
A packaged priced by client visible items, will change as you hide items.

Some important notes when pricing packages by its contents:

  1. The taxes for a package will be calculated based on the tax settings of its contents.

  2. You can only apply a percent (%) discount to the package. However, you can add either percent (%) or fixed dollar ($) discounts to any of its contents.

  3. Percent of Order and Percent of Line Item Group items will still apply to the whole order or line item group — they are not scoped to the package itself.

  4. Hourly items will use the default values you enter when creating the package. But you can still adjust them on the contract itself.

Learn more about pricing your packages by their contents here.


  1. Add a Contract Description

  2. Select to display on the Marketplace or the Website Integration

  3. Add Tags

  4. Add Images

  5. Add Internal notes for your team

  6. Select a Tax Type before clicking "Save"

Package Relations - Contents

After adding an image, navigate to the "Relations" section where you add the Required or Optional Contents of this package.

Required Contents will be the parts of the recipe that you always want to be included.

Optional Contents will be options that are sometimes included with this package.

Pro Tip: you can choose which items to "Auto Hide", or show only on Fulfillment (internal) documents.

Want to reorder the position of your Contents? Learn more.

Package Relations - Accessories

Accessories are ways to add on optional upsell items with their own, independent price. For example, additional stems not included within a Floral package or additional bistro lighting for a tent.

You can learn more about the different settings for your accessories below.

Click "Save" when completed.

Your team can select the stems when you add the recipe to an order.

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