Fresh Flowers from Bloomsy Box

I was so excited when the good people at Bloomsybox.com contacted me and asked if they could send me a bouquet. That’s the first time anyone ever asked me if they could send me flowers. Of course I responded with a resounding YES! What arrived was this gorgeous bouquet of red roses.

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If you haven’t heard of Bloomsy Box yet, it is a subscription service providing a monthly single-variety bouquet to spruce up your home or delight someone you love.

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Subscriptions start at $34.99 a month and all bouquets come with free overnight shipping anywhere in the United States.

The blooms you receive are a surprise each month, which is a concept I love. It’s like sending yourself flowers, but still having the surprise of receiving them from someone else!

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The packaging is adorable.

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The flowers are wrapped and come with flower food, but no vase. If you’re like me, that’s absolutely no problem because I have gobs of old vases and pitchers just waiting in the cupboard in case someone (hubby?) decides to bring me flowers on a whim.

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I opted to use this crystal pitcher we received as a wedding gift.

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They also feature a weekly subscription option if monthly flowers just aren’t enough. You can skip a month, change plans, or cancel anytime, no questions asked. Plans auto-renew and may be cancelled at any time.

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Orders placed by May 4 will be delivered May 6, just in time for Mother’s Day!

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There are also some gorgeous bouquets you can select to send to someone special for a one-time-only purchase. I’m partial to the big bunch of sunflowers.

Note: Bloomsy Box provided a free box of flowers to A HOUSE WITH CHARACTER for this post, but all opinions expressed are truly my own.

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