REVIEW // Bloom & Wild

I'm not going to lie, I'm a complete flower whore, nothing makes me smile more than a fresh vase of Tulips, or a bouquet of Peonies, they're so pretty, it just makes me feel happy and spring like - I'm easily pleased. So, when I spotted the Bloom & Wild and Birchbox offer of getting a monthly Birchbox and a monthly Bloom and Wild delivery for £20, I went straight for it, I pay £13/month for my Birchbox anyway so it meant that the Bloom and Wild subscription would essentially cost me £7/month - YES, PLEASE! 

If you haven't heard of Bloom & Wild before, it's essentially a monthly delivery of flowers (or weekly, or fortnightly, or one off) that fit through your letter box. Each bouquet is different and hand picked and designed by their florist, the idea behind bloom and wild is that the flowers are longer lasting because they cut out a whole chain of events that supermarkets and florists normally have to go through to get you the freshest flowers. I was waiting in anticipation for my delivery to arrive and when it did, I wasn't disappointed, I work from home so I heard the postman putting it through my letterbox, I raced downstairs to open it up, even the packaging is lovely  and the flowers were wrapped with a box, the flowers had little pods of water at the end of the stems to keep them fresh during delivery. There were several different types of flower in the arrangement I got Roses, Lilies, Chrysanthemums, Carnations and more. I've had my arrangement for over a week now, and there are still some lily stems left to open up and the roses and lilies that have opened still look fresh. 

If you love flowers, I really recommend this, The subscriptions start at £13.95 but it's also a good idea for one off gifts, these start at £16.95 but because they can be dropped through the post box, you don't have to worry about trying to organise them to where the person you're gifting is going to be. 

If you can't tell, I'm smitten. 

What do you think of Bloom & Wild? Is it something you're interested in?

Soph x

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