Time for a bouquet giveaway…
This is a competition we totally want to keep for ourselves but alas we must share the love. Bouquet Box is Ireland’s first subscription florist and they kindly sent us a bunch in the post this week; they were STUNNING. We all love the idea of keeping on top of our fresh flowers but a) we don’t always have the time and b) most of the gorgeous bouquets we want are pretty pricey. Not Bouquet Box. Each bouquet costs €16 with no hidden charges and they create a fresh bunch for you – taking their lead from trends and what’s in season – delivered to your venue of choice (maybe that’s home or maybe it’s even at work) each week. But they’re super flexible too; you can also choose to have your delivery on a fortnightly or monthly basis. These flowers are utterly Instagrammable which, of course, is what we’re all about.
To celebrate the launch of this Irish business and new friend of GAFF Interiors, Bouquet Box have offered to give one lucky GAFF reader a 3-week subscription. Stunning flowers, for free, delivered to you three weeks in a row. Perfect coming up to Mother’s Day, right? Also while we think of it, what an amazing gift for Mother’s Day – flowers year round.
To win, like and share the love (and this post) on social media with #GAFFbouquetbox and we’ll pick a winner next week. In the meantime, check out their gorgeous blooms and give them a follow on Instagram.
After noticing that Ireland did not yet have any fresh flower subscription service, married couple Niall and Amy co-founded Bouquet Box in 2017. Subscription floristry streamlines the flower ordering process, which means we can get flowers into your home within 4 days of being picked. This means they stay fresher for longer, this means they smell better for longer, this means you get to enjoy them longer. Our flowers aren’t waiting around at an auction, lingering on the back of a truck waiting to be delivered or wilting in the front window of a florist. They are picked, then go straight to your home. Simple.
Subscription flowers is a whole new way of buying flowers in Ireland. They are the first company to try this here. Big cities like London, New York, Amsterdam and Beijing have pioneered this process and brought it to the masses. Now it’s Ireland’s turn.