Mother’s Day Flower Bouquet Review – Haute Florist

I was recently offered the opportunity by Haute Florist to review a bouquet of flowers perfect for Mother’s Day. This year Haute Florist’s campaign is “To Mum, With Love” which is a lovely way of saying thanks for everything they do with a bouquet of flowers.

 

 

Fresh flowers within the home are beautiful and uplifting. The fragrance and colours from fresh flowers help to cheer up the gloomiest of days.

 

Sadly my own mum is no longer with us, however I do use online flower companies fairly regularly for sending sentiments to friends and family, who live further afield. Sometimes flowers can be a little hit and miss when ordered online, occasionally not quite meeting expectations. However I have worked with Haute flowers on a number of occasions and I have never been disappointed.

 

The Paris Bouquet

 

 

For this Mother’s Day review, I was sent the paris bouquet, which is a stunning mix of Memory Lane roses, Deep Water roses, Stallion Chrysanthemums and Oriental Lilies. The bouquet is hand tied and arrives in a beautiful gift bag.

 

 

On opening the box, which arrived via Royal Mail, I first noticed the beautiful fresh fragrance emanating from the flowers. The flowers looked in great condition too, despite their journey! To lengthen the lifespan of the flowers they arrived in bud. There are leaflets on how to care for your flowers on arrival and flower food sachets.

 

I have had the flowers for 5 days now and they still look fresh, the lilies are just beginning to open and they smell divine.

 

 

It is possible to add extra gifts to the flower bouquets, including chocolates and wine, a lovely way to make mum feel extra special on Mother’s Day this year.

 

Would I order flowers from Haute Flowers in the future? Most definitely …

 

*for the purpose of my honest review, I was gifted a bouquet of flowers from Haute Florist. All words and opinions are my own

 

 

 

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