Living away from my family, in-laws and lots of my friends means I can’t always be there for the special occasions. I have been hundred of miles away for birthdays, wedding anniversaries, new jobs and births. Sometimes a card is all is takes to let someone know you’re thinking of the from afar, but sometimes the occasion warrants something a little more special. I love having fresh flowers in my house. I feel like they really brighten up a room and coming downstairs to some beautiful blooms in the morning really puts a smile on my face, which is why I love to send flowers to those I love. My Grandparents especially love having flowers delivered to their door and I think they’re a great gift for my Mother-in-Law at Christmas time too.
Prestige Flowers are an online flower delivery service who deliver 7 days a week, meaning your loved ones can receive their flowers on their special day. Some of their bouquets are even available for next day delivery if ordered before 3pm, and others are available on a next day service.
They offer lots of different arrangements, catering for all occasions, and also deliver hampers and other gifts too. Some of their flowers include a vase or box of chocolates to make the delivery even more special. They have bouquets to suit all budgets, some costing less that £20. I’ll definitely be browsing their Christmas Flowers collection in December as I wont be seeing my in-laws over the festive period.
Probably most importantly, their flowers are truly beautiful! I received their Paris arrangement , a stunning hand-tied bouquet with Memory Lane roses, divine deep water roses complimented with fragrant oriental lilies, astrantia and forest fresh eucalyptus. They’ve really brightened up my kitchen this week and are lasting so well.
They arrived in a huge box which was very exciting and were lovingly wrapped and presented in a gift bag, alongside an elegant vase, which is displaying the flowers beautifully.
Prestige are a great choice for celebrating with someone far away or just spoiling your close by loved ones too. You could even send them to someone’s work (although I’d kill Tom if he did that!).
Thanks for popping by,