It’s so lovely to have fresh flowers at home. Before we had kids and had more disposable income I’d buy flowers quite often but it’s one of those luxuries I’ve cut back on since. Recently I’ve come across a great new company, Bloom and Wild, that makes it a bit easier to brighten up your home. They run a subscription/gifting service (hint hint – Valentine’s day is coming up Hubs!) that delivers fresh flowers regularly straight through your letterbox at a great price.
So who are Bloom and Wild ?
Bloom and Wild is the UK’s first letterbox florist which you can use to get flower delivery in Dublin, for example. They make online flower buying a better experience, offering stunning, longer-lasting flowers, delivered fortnightly, monthly (or as one-off gifts) through the letterbox.
They work hard to create a fantastic experience for people who love a life filled with flowers. Their luxurious bouquets are designed and curated by Claridge’s-trained in-house floral designer, Vanessa Birley.
All flowers are cut to order, meaning not only that the flowers last longer, but that none of them go to waste along their way to you. Bloom and Wild flowers are sent in a bespoke box, specifically designed to fit through regular letterboxes. They protect the delicate blooms inside, meaning they’ll be waiting on your doormat when you get home, and looking stunning.
Bloom and Wild has been featured by Elle Decoration, Stylist, Evening Standard, Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, Guardian and BBC Radio 2.
Do you love flowers brightening your home? Are you starting to think about the perfect Valentine’s or Mother’s Day gift for that special lady (or even yourself)? Bloom & Wild is offering the chance to win a 3 month, monthly subscription to their fabulous ‘Bright & Wild’ flower collection. That’s 3 beautiful bouquets through your letterbox.
Important delivery restrictions:
To make sure that Bloom & Wild flowers always arrive in perfect condition, they only deliver within the UK. There are also a handful of areas in the UK that they cannot deliver to. Entries are allowed from these areas, however the prize subscription of flowers cannot be delivered to the following areas: Argyll: PA20,23,27,32-35,38,41 and above; Ayrshire: KA27-28; Inverness-Shire: PH36,40,42-44; Isles of Scilly: TR21-25; Orkney: KW15-17; Outer Hebrides: all HS; Shetland: all ZE. They do not deliver to PO boxes and BFPO addresses.
How to enter:
It really couldn’t be much simpler, just leave me a comment sharing your favourite flower and record your entry in the rafflecopter widget below. You can get further entries for tweeting etc and record them in the widget too. The giveaway will run until Monday 27th January 2014.