The Bouqs Co. (the new floral kid-on-the-block with awesome South American flowers picked from the side of an active volcano as well as U.S. grown flowers for those sustainably conscious folks) contacted me about doing a review. After a quick scan of their website I was in love...with their wit (their flowers were pretty nice too.) I don't know about you guys but a good sense of humor wins me over in nothing flat. Don't believe me...see for yourself.
Normally I'd choose a bouquet grown in the U.S. (which they have) but The Bouqs Co. offered me $40 to choose a bouquet from their Volcano collection grown in South America. Ranunculus top the list of my favorite flowers so the Marshmallow bouquet - a pretty bouquet of white ranunculus and larkspur was a no-brainer. $40 and an easy checkout process had the "Original" size scheduled to arrive on my doorstep on April 15th.
The flowers arrived from the volcano in perfect condition. The packaging was both sturdy enough to ensure safe transport and informative enough to ensure proper care.
The flowers were beautiful, but I had trouble finding the perfect vessel for the dainty bouquet. A baby food jar ended up working nicely.
Full disclosure: When I say dainty, I mean it. This bouquet was very small (which they fully warn in their listing.) Just to give you a little size comparison, here's the bouquet next to my iPhone. If you're trying to wow that special person in your life I'd recommend going with a larger size or a different variety all together.
But even with their small stature, these blooms are gorgeous and were the perfect little touch of spring for our home.
Beautiful flowers, free shipping and a great company philosophy - I know what you're thinking... where can you get your own flowers from The Bouqs Co.? FYI: I'm now a Bouqs Ambassador and every purchase that is made via my affiliate link (any link on this post or the ad on the right sidebar), I'll receive $10. Shop beautiful volcanic flowers from The Bouqs Co. Click here!
The Bouqs Co. provided me with flowers for this review, but all opinions are my own.