I do love a monthly subscription box, there is something exciting about getting a surprise through the post every month and one thing I have been doing a lot of lately is trying different subscription boxes to try and find a box that offers something I love each month. A couple of weeks ago I was contacted and asked if I would like to try out the weekly flower subscription from Freddie's Flowers and as someone who does love a bunch of freshly cut flowers in the home I of course said yes.
Freddie's Flowers Monthly Flower Subscription:
Before I agree to anything I always like to have a good look around the website and on Freddie's Flowers, I found beautiful pictures of bunches of flowers alongside the cost of £22 a week. Knowing how much flowers can cost for a full and beautiful bouquet I was left wondering, could this company live up to their photos with such a price point?
How are the flowers packaged?
Freddie's Flowers are sent in a large box, via courier, with the instructions that all boxes should be laid flat throughout their journey. If you find yours aren't given to you flat, you are asked to report this to the company. Personally I had no issues with my delivery the box was in pristine condition and handed to me flat.
What did the Freddie's Flowers bouquet include?
One of the first things I noticed when I opened the box was the information sheet, which is so detailed. As well as telling you about all the flowers included, it also gives you tips on how to best display them, the best type of vase to use and how to make them last for as long as possible.
My bouquet included the following:
Eucalyptus – Baby Blue.
What did I think of my Freddie's Flowers Bouquet?
Honestly, I was really impressed by everything, from the way it was packed, to the information included and of course the finished look of the bouquet, though I admit I am no florist I really think they look quite nice arranged in a mishap way in the vase.
I am seriously thinking about subscribing to this service myself, I love the flowers I received and for £22 I really think they are great value for money, when compared to what you can get for that price for other businesses. The only thing stopping me is I'm not sure I could afford £22 a week, if I could set it to be a once a month delivery, I would be signed up already.
If you wish to find out more about Freddie's Flowers or are thinking of subscribing yourself, just head on over to their website where you will find out more about them.
Plus to get 50% off your first two boxes use the code: LBDFF which is valid until the end of October.
What do you think of the sound of Freddie's Flowers, is it a subscription you would like to sign up to?