There’s nothing quite as nice as having a fresh bouquet of flowers delivered to your house. Having fresh flowers displayed around the house makes me so happy!
I was recently sent a gorgeous bouquet of flowers by post from Appleyard London, a luxury flower delivery company based in London. Appleyard London have previously been featured in Vogue, Vanity Fair and Elle Decoration – so I knew I should be expecting a very luxurious bouquet of flowers at my house.
After having a look at the Appleyard website (which is actually an experience in itself – the bouquets all look gorgeous), I decided to pick the Rose Envy bouquet. This bouquet is described as an “autumnal mix of roses and berries”, and contains versilia roses, memory lane roses and deep red roses, as well as dark red berries and blue veronica. This sounded absolutely perfect for making the house look and feel more autumnal.
Appleyard London also have an amazing range of Christmas flowers available on their website (the ‘Gold Leaf’ bouquet is my favourite!) as well as an extensive range of Christmas hampers. These would make perfect gifts for anyone in your life who can do with a little luxury in their life.
The bouquet of flowers arrived promptly on the requested date of delivery (something that I’ve had a problem with when using other flower companies). The bouquet came extremely well packaged, which made sure that they arrived at my house in perfect condition. I’m sure this also played a part in just how well the flowers lasted. In fact, the roses lasted around 7 days, whilst the veronica are still going strong 12 days later! I thought this is pretty amazing, and definitely something that you would expect from a luxury flower delivery company such as Appleyard London.
If you’d like to get your hands on one of these luxury bouquets, either for a loved one this Christmas, or even for yourself (why not!?), Appleyard London are offering a 33% discount to Beauty and the Bird readers. All you will need to do is enter the code BLOG33 at checkout. This is valid on any luxury bouquet from the website, excluding the ‘Flowers by post’ range.
*This post contains PR samples. All opinions are my own, honest opinions.*