Spring is in the air and with Mother’s Day fast approaching it’s perfect timing for today’s Serenata Flowers review and giveaway!
Flowers are beautiful in all shapes and sizes and there’s no denying that they can inject colour and joy into a room just by their presence. However buying a large and beautifully arranged bouquet can cost a pretty penny, especially if you purchase from one of the large well known florists. Serenata Flowers offers courier delivery of large bouquets which cut out the middleman thereby saving you money, but can it really deliver the same standards of service and quality?
I asked Serenata to send me the brand new Ianthe Bouquet. Ianthe means purple flower and this bouquet is awash with them, accented by pure white roses.
Bearing in mind the angle I took this photo from missed out a couple of the roses I think they were very close to the online picture. My particular vase also splayed the bouquet further outwards creating a slightly different shape.
Cut flowers unfortunately never last long, however when you’re spending out considerable money I think it’s safe to assume we’d all like at least one weeks enjoyment from our bouquets. Here is my Ianthe bouquet on day 8.Hardly any noticeable difference to when they arrived!
In total I got over two weeks enjoyment from my flowers. The roses were the first to die away but it all lasted very well indeed.
Would I recommend the Ianthe bouquet and Serenata Flowers?
Definitely! I’ve been disappointed by other florists in the past but I thoroughly enjoyed my flowers from Serenata, delivery was swift, the flowers beautiful and they lasted and lasted.
Don’t just take my word for it though, if you’d like to receive your very own bouquet from Serenata worth up to £35 then enter my brand new giveaway now.
Serenata Flowers are offering one lucky Angel Eden Blog winner a bouquet of their choice worth up to £35 and delivered to any Mainland UK address.
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The competition will end at midnight on 27th March 2014 (UK mainland residents only please).
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