Flasky Flowers Update | Shark Tank Season 13

Every so often, an idea comes to Shark Tank that seems really out there. Ryan and Kelly Moynihan’s product, Flasky Flowers, is what Kevin O’Leary calls a ‘crazy chicken’ idea — part flower bouquet, part drinking flask. But are the sharks thirsty for a deal? Read our Flasky Flowers update to find out if their Shark Tank Season 13 pitch made a match.

If you’re short on time, here’s a quick overview of what happened to Flasky Flowers after Shark Tank!

Ryan and Kelly Moynihan appeared on Shark Tank Season 13 and left with a deal from Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner, and Kevin O’Leary for $75,000 for 30% equity. In terms of a Flasky Flowers update, the company is still in business, selling its signature product online for $25. Further, Flasky Flowers has made close to 500 sales on its Etsy shop with numerous five-star reviews.

Shark:  Result: 
Mark Cuban, Lori Greiner, and Kevin O’Leary Accepted deal of $75,000 for 30% equity
Barbara Corcoran No Offer
Daniel Lubetzky No Offer

Shark Tank Flasky Flowers Update

Flasky Flowers Update Shark Tank

  • Entrepreneurs: Ryan Moynihan and Kelly Moynihan
  • Business: Flower bouquets with flasks inside
  • Ask: $50,000 for 10% equity
  • Result: $75,000 for 30% equity
  • Shark: Kevin O’Leary, Mark Cuban, and Lori Greiner

Husband and wife duo Ryan and Kelly Moynihan have given their all to making Flasky Flowers a success. A former hairdresser, Kelly was inspired by seeing the creative ways her clients tried to conceal their beverages on the big day and came up with a crafty solution.

This wedding-focused company creates bouquet stands with hidden flasks for thirsty brides. Per the demonstration, the straw is hidden inside the flowers so that brides can discreetly sip wine or water during their special day.

The sharks think the idea is fun, but also a little bit out there. Kevin O’Leary calls it a ‘crazy chicken’ idea but concedes that some of them do really well. 

Flasky Flowers sells for $20 retail and the product costs $1.77 to make. Although they have $21,000 in lifetime sales, the couple invested a lot into getting the dream off the ground.

Selling their house to support the business, they put in $60,000 of their own money and Ryan quit his job so he could stay home and take care of the kids — all 7 of them. 

The sharks are absolutely floored by this risk, but they waste no time getting down to business. 

Lori Greiner makes an offer right away. She offers $50,000 for 20% equity in the company because she thinks it’s fun.

Kevin immediately speaks up, because he and Mark Cuban want to make an offer together. 

Kevin is in the wedding business, after all, plus he and Mark have both made deals for silly but profitable products in the past. Mark wants to bring Lori in on the deal since she’s interested too.

They work out the numbers and settle on $75,000 for 30% of the company, with each putting in $25,000 and receiving 10% equity.

Before Ryan and Kelly can accept the deal, Barbara Corcoran makes a joke about offering $50,000 for 5% of the company, as long as she can take two of their children home. Obviously, this isn’t a sincere offer.

The entrepreneurs decide to accept the three-way offer. No one saw it coming! 

But where is the company today? Find out in our Flasky Flowers update.

Currently, the company still sells primarily direct-to-consumer through the Flasky Flowers website and on Etsy. They raised the price of the flask to $25, not including the flowers. 

While research for our Flasky Flowers update didn’t turn over any new numbers from their overall revenue, they’ve made close to 500 sales through their Etsy shop and have lots of five-star rave reviews.

They have a niche product, and with the bridal industry back in full swing, Flasky Flowers should be walking down wedding aisles for years to come.  

If we get more news on a Flasky Flowers update, we will let you know!

Before you go, be sure to check out some other company updates from Shark Tank Season 13 Episode 3:

For more on Shark Tank Season 13, be sure to check out our Season 13 products page.

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