Recently I had the opportunity to try out a new online flower service called The Bouqs Company. Loved it!
I ordered a gorgeous BOUQuet of multi-colored roses and they really brightened up my day and my home. Miss Jax was mesmerized by the vibrant colors and I was quite impressed with the simplicity in ordering.
My experience with the service was great, I simply perused the site and picked an arrangement I loved and then scheduled a delivery date.
Yup, I sent flowers to myself and it’s something I want to do more often; The Bouqs makes it easy by offering unique subscription services allowing you to send flowers (to yourself or to another lucky recipient) on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis. You can also schedule deliveries well in advance, eliminating the stress of forgetting birthdays, anniversaries, Mother’s Day, etc.
Ladies, I suggest sharing information on The Bouqs with your Mister. Think about all the arguments that will be avoided with this ingenious service.
Another plus with The Bouqs Company is they are eco-friendly. Every last stem comes to you straight from a sustainable farm built on the side of a volcano. Pretty cool.
The Bouqs offers a huge variety of bouquets from roses, to daisies, to lilies, to orchids, and more – all in vibrant and radiant colors. The prices for these breathtaking arrangements start at $40 and you can upsize from there. And shipping is always FREE – can’t beat that!
My flowers were delivered on a super hot Phoenix day and Bouqs come to your door in a box instead of a vase. I really liked that because it allowed me to put them in a vase of my choice (instead of a generic one) and arrange them to my taste. The extreme heat on the day of delivery caused a little listlessness in my beautiful blooms so I quickly put them in cool water and added the food from the packet that came in the box, they instantly perked right up! I misted them daily with a spray bottle and they stayed bright and lovely for well over a week!
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary flower bouquet from The Bouqs Company for review purposes. I was not financially compensated for this post. All opinions stated here are entirely my own.