Fresh flowers are always a lovely treat. At this time of year when the weather can be dull, a vase of flowers can really brighten up the house. Last week I received the beautiful Noel bouquet from Prestige Flowers and I have been admiring them ever since.
Designed for Prestige Flowers Christmas range; Noel features a combination of white roses and chrysanthemums alongside silver pinecones and palm leaves. The pretty bouquet has a hint of lilac and sparkle and the combination is lovely. They are very wintery, perfect for this time of year when the weather is chilly.
The bouquet arrived well packaged in a large box with extra protection inside. The flowers are arranged and wrapped in cellophane and tied with twine. Flower stems are kept moist so the flowers arrive looking fresh. Inside the box I was delighted to find a box of chocolates and a vase(an added extra). There is also a flower care leaflet, flower food and a pretty card to which you can add a personal message.
The bouquet is generously sized and arranged by skilled florists. I kept the arrangement as it was when transferring into a vase as it looked so lovely. All I had to do was a quick trim of the stems. The Noel bouquet is still looking fresh nearly a week on.
If you are looking for some beautiful festive flowers for yourself or a loved one, take a look at Prestige Flowers range of Christmas flowers. There are bouquets to suit all budgets and tastes and also wreaths and plants. I love the festive reds and greens as Christmas draws closer. You can even order upto 9pm for next day delivery if you are looking for a last minute gift!
**Flowers received for the purpose of this post, all opinions are my own**
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