With The Bouqs, not only is the price a flat fee, but you can be assured that all of the flowers are fresh as a daisy (or rose, calla, or ranunculus as the case may be) because they are cut the day you order them. What's more, they all come from an eco-friendly, sustainable farm that sits on the side of an active volcano in Ecuador. Yeah. Really. And have I mentioned that the bouquets are just so modern? They've got simple, beautiful designs without any of that weird baby's breath nonsense, or lots of extra leaves thrown in as filler. Because that is so 1993. This one with white ranunculus and larkspur is probably my very favorite of the entire bunch.
See what I mean? Simple, modern design that is so much more original and unique than your average bunch of roses. (Though, The Bouqs does offer bunches of roses, too, but somehow manage to make them so much more special than any other ones I've ever seen -- see above). And I can't get over the rustic, brown craft paper that just compliments the flowers so perfectly.
With the gorgeous selection, low prices, and ease of ordering, I can't think of a better time to send a random little ray of sunshine to somebody. Perhaps even as a hostess gift for that 4th of July BBQ you'll be attending next week? This oh-so-cleverly named Red, White, & Bouq bouquet would be just the perfect offering, don't you think?
Disclosure: In exchange for this post I received a coupon code for a bouquet which I haven't redeemed yet, otherwise I'd give my review of the flowers themselves. However, I look forward to receiving some lovely flowers, as I'm sure they're going to be gorgeous and fresh! All opinions are 100% my own.