Several weeks ago, I sat unsuspecting at my desk at work when an email came in to tell me there was a package waiting for me in the lobby. I assumed it was work-related (or my latest online shopping purchase) and dismissed the email. About an hour later, I thought it might be rude to allow my sad little package to sit alone and I went to retrieve it.
I was totally shocked—my boyfriend had surprised me with a bouquet of tulips.
I haven’t had many men send flowers to the office, so it was a very nice surprise.
The tulips have long since reached their expiration date and they were eventually (and sadly) sent to the flower graveyard. So when I was asked to review flowers from H.Bloom in exchange for a complimentary bouquet, I was happy that my little cube would soon have another facelift. I spend so much of my life there (ugh) and it’s nice to have a splash of color every now and then.
And they are just lovely, aren’t they?
H.Bloom is a subscription flower delivery service where you get to choose your own luxurious flower collection. This site makes it easy to send beautiful and affordable flowers to yourself or someone you love every week, every other week, or every month starting at just $29/delivery. You’ll also receive a complimentary vase with your first order1 and delivery is always free. No membership fee, no minimum commitment, and you can cancel at any time. You’ll receive your first bouquet free* when you subscribe to H.Bloom; coupon code isn’t necessary. (1Excludes the Arrange Your Own collection.) (*See www.hbloom.com for restrictions)
There are quite a few collections to choose from online, including the Arrange Your Own, Classic, Tall, Contemporary, Exotic, or Orchid. After you’ve indicated who this arrangement is for, you choose delivery frequency, and voila—fresh flowers meet doorstep. The Arrange Your Own Collection may be a nice choice as a gift for the woman who likes to create her own bouquet. Subscribers to this collection receive a bundle of loose stems (enough to create 1 large or 1-2 small arrangements). Each delivery is accompanied by an instructional video from one of H.Bloom‘s designers along with tips on how to use the flowers.
I really like the idea of this service because there are definitely times I would like flowers and don’t want to wait around for someone to send them to me. It’s also a nice alternative to expensive florists and awesome that you can opt out whenever you like.
I received a complimentary bouquet of flowers from H.Bloom in exchange for this review. All opinions expressed herein are entirely my own. This post was sponsored by H.Bloom.