It’s not very often that the doorbell rings at 7am so when it did last week a mild sense of panic rippled throughout the house.
“Who is it?”
“I don’t know, I can’t see from here”
“Why is someone at the door?”
“Who will answer it?”
We quickly pulled ourselves together and answered the door to greet it the postman who had a box of flowers just for me
Given that Rory isn’t the one for
great any romantic gestures I don’t ever receive flower deliveries.
In fact, the last time I did was just after Aoife was born and I was asleep.
I knew these flowers were coming from Prestige Flowers who have recently launched their Haute florist collection but I was still excited!
It turns out I LOVE getting flowers *hint*.
The bouquet was massive, full of sorbet roses, germini and shamrock blooms with plenty of foliage.
Beautiful pinks and greens, it smelt beautiful.
It was hand tied so once the packaging was removed it kept it’s shape, which is perfect for someone like me who is useless at arranging flowers to look good!
I also received a vase for them which was a nice extra
I never thought I’d be one to get giddy about flowers but it seems I am that person.
I had a good look around the website and ‘Oooooooed’ at a lot of the bouquets, particularly the Da Vinci bouquet from the National Gallery collection. *bigger hint*
A week after delivery the flowers are still doing well so they’ve lasted well.
The Haute florist collection offers bouquets that are perfect for special occasions with prices starting at £35. Prestige Flowers also offer next day delivery on orders placed up to 9pm, ideal for those of you who might forget birthdays or anniversaries.
I’m not mentioning any names, you know who you are.
I received a bouquet from Prestige Flowers for the purpose of this review. I enjoyed the bouquet because it was stunning. All opinions, as ever, are my own.