Subscription boxes are really popular at the moment, anything from beauty, tea and coffee, books and even food can be delivered to your doorstep on a regular basis. I’d never heard of flower subscriptions until the people from Freddie’s Flowers got in touch to see if I was interested in reviewing one of their boxes.
I love having fresh flowers in the house. Flowers always brighten up any space and they are a really inexpensive way of transforming a room. Unfortunately supermarket flowers sometimes don’t last too long and buying directly from florists can be costly. At £22 per box Freddie’s flowers are the perfect alternative – beautiful flowers delivered to your door on a regular basis. Isn’t that a great idea?
There is something exciting about receiving flowers at home, it always feels such a treat and it feels so much better than buying them in the shops. My delivery arrived earlier last week and I was thrilled with the flower selection. White roses, laurel, bouvardia and gypsophila . A great white and green combination which looks really autumnal and has a bit of a ‘scandi’ look to it – perfect for this time of the year.
I’m not sure about you, but one of the things I struggle with when buying flowers is how to arrange them. Fortunately, inside my delivery box there was a card with details about all the flowers and tips about how to arrange them. Isn’t that clever? There was even suggestions of what vases to use. Little things like this make Freddie’s Flowers stand out a bit more and are the reason why a flower subscription is worth considering.
Also, putting flowers together and seeing what a beautiful arrangement you have created gives you a real sense of accomplishment.
At £22 per box, you can choose how frequently you want the receive your flowers, so there is no need to commit to weekly deliveries. With Christmas around the corner this could also make a great gift for a loved one in your life.
*Freddie’s Flowers gifted me a flower subscription in exchange of a review but all photographs and opinions are all my own