A couple of weeks ago, I found a bright red box on my front porch, and inside were two dozen rosebuds, in mixed colors, courtesy of BloomsyBox. What a nice way to start the day!
I love that BloomsyBox includes a card with care instructions for the flowers. And there's no need to worry if there are a few petals that are wilted or a little brown - you can just gently remove those outer petals without harming the rest of the flower!
Aren't they beautiful in a vase? And the fragrance - oh my gosh - just lovely!
After a couple of days, they were even more gorgeous! Just look at those colors!
If you've never heard of BloomsyBox, let me tell you a little about them. They're a subscription service that delivers handpicked, single-variety bouquets to your door for $34.99, $38.99, or $48.99 per month. Those prices include overnight shipping to the US. Once you choose a bouquet size, you then choose a subscription plan - month-to-month, 3 month pre-pay, 6 month pre-pay, or 12 month pre-pay. You do save a bit by choosing one of the prepaid plans. All of the plans auto-renew, but you may cancel at any time.
You really can find something for every budget - and what a fantastic gift for someone special in your life! If you have someone (like my mother-in-law) who has everything, needs nothing, but you still want to surprise them and show them how much they are loved, this could be the perfect gift.
I just have to mention, too, that these roses lasted 10 days. Usually when I get roses, I'm lucky if they last 3-4 days before they're drooping and losing petals. Below is a photo of my BloomsyBox roses on Day 8 - they don't look much different than they did on Day 2!
I was curious to see how the price of this bouquet compared to similar bouquets (I was told this was a Bloomsy M bouquet, priced at $38.99 at BloomsyBox), so I did a quick price comparison at some online florists. One offered two dozen mixed color roses (but the colors were only red, yellow, white, and light pink) for $49.99, but charged $29.98 for shipping, for a total of $79.97! Another didn't offer mixed roses. A third charged $49.99 (sale price) for the roses (but the colors were only red, yellow, orange, and pink), included a clear vase, and charged a $29.99 "service fee" for a total of $79.98. These three companies were all companies that I have ordered flowers from in the past. I could easily have sent two bouquets from BloomsyBox for what I paid for one bouquet at these other places - and the quality of the BloomsyBox flowers were superior, and there were more colors as well. I will definitely be considering them as a gift option in the future.
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