Hola chicos, Bloom & Wild, a company I have featured previously who provide amazing letterbox flowers, have invited me to be part of their group of selected bloggers called, the Wildflower Collective. This group get to preview the company’s gorgeous arrangements of flowers before they are announced and made available to the public. How amazing is that? I have been a massive fan of them since the beginning of my blogging journey as they were one of the first companies that agreed to let me review one of their letterbox arrangements. This review has provided to me of my biggest traffic as who would not found amusing this new service. I will always mention this as they were so kind with me when my blog was just so little. So I will always be very grateful for that. You can tell a lot about them just with this.
This latest new letterbox arrangement I have been kindly sent, are peonies. I have never received this type of flower before so this added to my excitement. I have heard a lot about peonies but have never actually bought them, or had them bought for me, before. It was also great to receive them just before my birthday which meant I was able to show them off in my home during that time.
When the peonies arrived, they came in the usual highly quality packaging that Bloom & Wild flowers always do. Please refer to my previous review to find out more about their service and the way they take care of their flowers.
I removed the peonies from the box and started removing the protective netting from each one I received. As soon as I did this I was able to see how the petals opened out and became bigger. After putting them all in a vase, they looked stunning! I really recommend you to send peonies to someone you really care a lot about as I’m 100% sure you will brighten their day. They will be thinking about you a lot! 🙂
One of the things that I like a lot about Bloom & Wild letterbox flowers is that they send them to you from the beginning of the life of the flower so you are able to see them blooming in front of your eyes. This adds to the WOW factor and was something that really struck me when I reviewed them for the first time. My flowers lasted a long time.
Peonies are gorgeous flowers but you have to bear in mind that they have a shorter lifespan compared with other flowers, so they will not last quite as long. However, whilst they are in bloom they will more than make up for this. They literally made me smile every time they caught my eye!
I found myself using them in the background of a few photos that I needed to do for some other product reviews. I felt very lucky to have them. Another interesting thing that I discovered while I had them at home is that peonies tend to change their colour. This was amazing to watch. I found it incredible to see them change from a hot coral colour to an almost ombre peach. Very interesting.
Bloom & Wild have various arrangements to choose from and they are all absolutely gorgeous but if you are a fan of peonies like I am now, then you would probably like to order some when they become available. This flower arrangement is paired with coral peonies, bupleurim, yellow solidago and craspedia for a bold and bright look.
Each box comes with instructions of what to do to ensure your flowers will last longer. This also explains a little bit about the contents of the arrangement along with some ideas of how to style them.
You can see below a short video that shows how awesome peonies bloom, 🙂
Again, I was incredibly satisfied and happy with my letterbox flowers. I am definitely a fan of this type of service and I highly recommend you to try them too. No more waiting around at home for your flowers to arrive. This is an innovative, unique and fantastic service.
Have you tried Bloom & Wild before? If so, what were your impressions? Did you like their service and their flowers? What do you think of these peonies? Will you be getting them for someone? Leave a comment below with your thoughts as I would love to know what you think!
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