I always love getting flowers in the mail, who doesn't? I love fresh flowers, they smell so nice and look so pretty. When I had the chance to review a bouquet from From You Flowers I couldn't say no! I had to accept these.
I reviewed the It's a Beautiful Day Bouquet and it's just gorgeous!
Now don't get me wrong. I love this bouquet, it's very pretty. However here's what it was supposed to look like.
There was no orange in mine and I have to say I think that's what makes this stick out! Plus mine is way less full than this bouquet. Mine actually seems pretty empty and there's those frilly fillers in there which weren't supposed to be. So what I received is not what I thought I was getting. But it's still a pretty bouquet.
I would be upset though if I had actually ordered and paid for the above and got what I got. It's just not the same at all.
On to the flowers.
They came with the beautiful purple vase which was already full of water. I assume they already put the plant food in there as well.
The flowers lasted roughly one week. We received them last Saturday and I threw them out with yesterday's garbage. So they lasted 6 days. I never changed the water and I only topped it off once.
The flowers seemed fresh to me, they smelled great as well. I have had bouquets last longer than 6 days before, but usually I changed they're water and I don't think I've gotten more than 9 days out of a bouquet. So I was still pretty happy about that.
Fro You Flowers has lots of different kinds of bouquets to choose from.
Price: That last one is 100 stems for just $30!! The bouquet I received is $33.99 for the regular which I'm pretty sure I received! They also have deluxe and premium. I'm assuming that the one pictured is premium.
Overall: *** 1/2. I didn't get what I thought I was getting. I think when a company is showing that you'll be getting that bouquet, they should send you the premium that is pictured, not a skimpy regular.
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