Most all women I know love flowers, whether they get them from someone special or pick them up while out at the grocery store. Flowers just have a soothing and healing effect and add so much color and prettiness to a room. If you look at magazines, fresh flowers are always part of the background. They are just what a room needs for a pick me up. In case you are like me and don’t have a backyard cutting garden, but have to rely on store bought flowers, there are other alternatives to getting fresh flowers to your house.
I love fresh flowers and am very fortunate to have a boyfriend who brings them to me regularly. But, there are other ways to get fresh flowers too and today I’m partnering with BloomsyBox to show you how that works. Sending someone a gift of flowers is easy and they offer subscriptions too for weekly,monthly, or bi-monthly flower delivery right to your door. Some girls like shoes and some like fresh flowers!
They asked me to try out their service and work with them as a sponsor, so I was happy to try them out. A pretty red box arrived at my doorstep.
Inside were hand-tied flowers wrapped in paper and secured delicately in the box. Each flower had a mesh wrapper that came off and I had a beautiful bouquet of Gerber daisies to enjoy in my home.
Where BloomsyBox is different? They don’t do mixed bouquets, but only offer hand-tied one variety flowers sourced from suppliers in South America, Thailand, Holland, and California, so they don’t have a middle man and the flowers are extra fresh. Picked fresh and delivered to your door within 4 days, that’s pretty fast!
I have lots of vases around the house and used a pretty thrifted aqua vase that I’ve collected along the way to display my brilliant Gerber daisies.
Flowers sure do add a wonderful pop of color to a room, don’t they?
An explosion of color in these daisies!
Flowers sure brighten up any desk or end table.
You can see the intense color in these blooms!
You can choose from a variety of subscription plans at BloomsyBox and their flowers are shipped overnight for free, since shipping is included in the charge. They have a gift service too, so you can send flowers to that person who is hard to buy for. Looks like plans are for 3, 6, or 12 month subscriptions.
Based on the stems I received, I have the Medium BloomsyBox of Gerbera Daisies. They add a bright spot to my day. Just take note that the subscription plans auto renew, but you can cancel at any time or even pause it. No long contracts. And if you aren’t happy with your shipment, they will make it right. If you don’t like your bouquet, you don’t pay. As the seasons change, so will the flowers offered at BloomsyBox.
Some folks are hard to buy for so this might be a good gift idea in for that hard to buy person in your life as a nice gesture. Fresh flowers make anyone happy and I sure enjoy having them around my house!
Note: This post is sponsored by BloomsyBox.