I was recently sent a beautiful bouquet of flowers through the post, from Blossoming Gifts Flowers. Yes – you read that right… the Royal Mail delivered them to my door!
Blossoming Gifts Flowers
The Blossoming Gifts Flowers arrived well secured inside a large cardboard box. Once I opened it, I found a small box of chocolates (more on those later) and some care instructions. The beautiful purple paper was covering a waterproof bag, which was keeping the stems hydrated. Once that was removed, I found the plant food hidden inside.
I have never received flowers in the mail before, but I have received a more traditional flower delivery previously. The quality of this bouquet was on par with the hand delivered arrangements I have previously received.
I’m no florist, so my flower arranging skills need some work. But I wanted to show you how the bouquet looked once I’d totally unwrapped it and snipped the stems…
This particular bouquet is called “Fall” and costs £34.99. They are on the pricey side, but most of the stems are still looking beautiful 11 days after I received them. (A couple of the Roses have past their best, but the rest is still going strong). Blossoming Gifts Flowers do have a section for cheap flowers, so you can check out their more affordable arrangements too.
Included in my arrangement was a small box of chocolates.
I have to say, they were delicious! Hubby sulked because I didn’t offer him any!
Tomorrow is Grandparents Day, and if (like me) you forgot, feel free to use this discount code to save 33% on orders from Blooming Gifts, to send over a belated bouquet… BGIFTS33 (This code is valid on all arrangements, apart from flowers by post).
This is not a sponsored post. I was sent the bouquet to review, but all words and opinions are my own.
Finally, read more of my reviews here.