Yo, I was allowed the privilege to send myself some flowers from The Bouqs. And, it was so painlessly easy and inexpensive that I ordered some more for my mother-in-law for her birthday.
A couple weeks ago, I was a little stressed out. Mr. Serious was working late and then working more once he got home. And, summer was crazy with the four kiddos running here and there and everywhere. So, when The Bouqs company offered to allow me to send myself some flowers, I was all “yes please”.
Because, I don’t get flowers often (which is totes okay because flowers are expensive!)
Get this. These flowers are sustainably and eco-friendly grown on the side of a volcano in Ecuador. This
bouquet, Bouq, was $40 to send to my house via FedEx. That included everything. Shipping. Handling. Delivery. All of it. Yes $40!
I’m not sure how they do it because there wasn’t even an ice pack or anything in the box yet the flowers were beautiful. (I had to pull off a couple brown petals per their instructions, but they were still nice and tight and opened up amazing!). They lasted about a week with just some water refreshes!
I loved the process and the price so much that I set up flowers to be sent to Grammi for her birthday! They were running a promotion where I could get double the Bouqs for the price of one! (Y’all know I like a good deal!). All of those roses and freesias were $40 delivered right to her front door!
Flowers for days!
If you are in a pinch and need the flowers next day, it’s a whole $10 more to get them from California. So, $50 is your final cost! It’s not like the cheapest ever, but for flowers and delivery and all of those crazy fees that they usual tack on, it’s a total steal!
If you set up things like monthly flowers, or annual deliveries on birthdays, you get a deal, too!.
For your first flower delivery, you can get 15% off and free shipping when you use the discount/promo code WELCOME15 at The Bouqs.
To whom do you like sending flowers?