I know it’s only October but I’m going to drop the ‘C’ word. Please don’t hate me!
Christmas is coming, there’s no denying that and depending how organised you are you may already have gift lists prepared and may even have presents bought and stashed at the back of a wardrobe.
But what about those who are really hard to buy for? What do you get them? Try as you may you just cannot think of the perfect present. Perhaps they’re really picky, or you need a present for someone you just don’t know that well. The answer? Flowers!
You can’t go wrong with flowers and Prestige Flowers have got the most gorgeous range of ‘festive’ inspired bouquets that make the perfect present for anyone (for those concerned with the use of the C word, let’s stick to festive/winter shall we?!)
Prestige Flowers have launched a new range in time for the festive period – perfect as a Christmas present or a lovely winter themed bouquet that’s something a little bit different.
I received* a beautiful bouquet of roses, spider chrysanthemums, pine cones and cinnamon sticks. Not only did my bouquet look beautiful but it also smelt divine!
The cinnamon sticks were a lovely addition to the bouquet and made me feel very festive. The bouquet arrived in a large cardboard box so the blooms were well protected, and accompanied by a ‘how to’ guide of caring for the flowers.
Like all bouquets, some flowers last longer that others and my roses were looking a bit sorry for themselves by about Tuesday which was pretty good going when the bouquet was delivered on the previous Thursday. The spider chrysanthemums are still going strong and the cinnamon and pine cone sticks are something which will never die and will probably make an appearance in my festive floral arrangements later this year!
If you’re looking for a flower delivery to a loved one this coming festive period I thoroughly recommend Prestige Flowers. The pricing is competitive and the arrangements are beautiful, there are also plenty of different styles of bouquet to choose from so you’ll be sure to find something for everyone.