The season of beautiful Summer flowers is here and so is flower fever, especially as this year’s incredible Chelsea Flower Show has inspired an interest in gardens and flowers in many from young to old. For those of you who have seen my Instagram feed lately, it won’t come as a surprise that I love fresh flowers with the numerous photos of Peonies, Roses and Alliums giving the game away! A bunch of beautiful flowers in a lovely vase, never fails to makes me feel happy and more productive.
For me it’s not just about popping into my local supermarket & florist or heading to Columbia Road Flower Market when I want to feed my passion for flowers & plants (although a Sunday morning spent wandering around Columbia Road is one of favourite things to do); I’m equally as happy to pick some lovely flowers from my garden or try something new which lead me to discover Bloom and Wild.
I first heard about Bloom and Wild through Kristabel from I Want You To Know and was struck by how beautiful the flowers were and the concept of sending and receiving flowers through the post. Bloom and Wild use seasonal flowers so the bouquets vary depending on the season. It’s super easy to treat yourself or a special someone to a beautiful gift of flowers with Bloom and Wild as it can all be delivered through the letterbox and same day delivery is available in central/south/west London!
Hand tied bouquets are also available for free delivery the next day and the flowers are ready to be displayed on arrival. Bloom and Wild also offer a subscription service where you can sign up to get flowers regularly sent to you or others, which I’m not gonna lie, I’m super tempted to sign up to.
Bloom and Wild aren’t only about beautiful flowers, they also support worthwhile causes such as Women’s Aid. For the last forty years, Women’s Aid have been fighting to end domestic abuse. They work on the front lines providing life-saving service – refuges, counselling and empowerment support for domestic abuse survivors. 10% of the proceeds from the Refinery29 bouquet went to Women’s Aid with a total £5,607 being raised. That’s an amazing amount to raise and I’m so happy to have been able to make a small contribution to a great cause through purchasing the Refinery29 bouquet.
The Eloise Peony bouquet
Peonies have always been my favourite as we had a Peony bush in our front garden growing up and it’s still going strong! I was lucky enough to catch Bloom and Wild’s pop up Peony Shop in Topshop Oxford Circus this last week and picked up bouquet of 9 stems of Peonies. All the Peonies looked stunning so I went for a mix of White, Pink and Coral Peonies and they’ve bloomed beautifully. For those of you looking for a Peony fix but weren’t able to make it to the pop up store, you can still grab some gorgeous Peonies direct from Bloom and Wild, such as the Lottie bouquet. If you’re new to Bloom and Wild you can get a £10 discount on your first order here.
Have you tried Bloom and Wild’s letter box flowers? I’d love to see your bouquet pics on Instagram and Twitter.
This is not a sponsored post and all opinions are my own.