Bloomsy Box is a monthly flower subscription box that sends fresh bouquets filled with the best blooms from around the world to your door in less than 48 hours.
They send flowers that are sourced directly from suppliers in South America, Holland, Thailand, and California meaning no middle-man mark-up to increase the price. Blooms are cut 2-4 days before they arrive at your door.
There are 3 sizes available, and shipping is included in each: small ($34.99), medium ($38.99), and large ($48.99).
The flowers arrived resting in a box appropriately shaped for shipping flowers. Our selection is Large. The side of the box contains tips in preparing and taking care of the BloomsyBox bouquet.
There’s an info card inside the box located at the side and the bouquet. The flowers are kept securely with a carton that says “Oh, happy day!”
The bouquet was held together securely. The stems were wrapped in protective packing foam, a paper wrapper doubled by a transparent plastic wrap to make sure the flowers are safely bundled upon shipment.
The theme for this month’s BloomsyBox is GIVING THANKS!
Autumn is in the air! With Fall in full swing and the holidays right around the corner, being cozy at home is everything. Here at BloomsyBox, we are so happy that you are part of our family. We’re thankful for you and hope you enjoy our seasonal Fall bouquet during this special season. Happy November!
The branding is now on the wrapper paper. There’s also a small sticker holding the paper together, making for a clean appearance.
A combination-bouquet and not a single-flower model is in this box! This is the Mixed Flowers variety, and I’m loving the subtle pink, red, and orange roses with grape hyacinths and purple orchids as accents.
Everything in my box!
The paper wrapper now has the BloomsyBox logo and name compared to the understated wrapper they’ve been using before. After taking it out of the box, it’s a little deformed since the bouquet is not that wide.
Cut flower food and simplified care instructions are, of course, included.
The long stems and foliage were in superb condition, giving us lots of flexibility in choosing cut and container.
After cutting the stems as instructed (trim the stems 1-2 inches and break off the lower leaves so they don’t sit in the water), I’ve prepared to add the plant stem food.
I liked the combination of warm and cool tones in this selection! Roses often come in very cool colors, but this batch had a welcoming glow.
The flowers started to open up once placed in the vase with stem food. The blossoms were just beginning to open when we received our flowers.
The blush pink roses had a very nice bloom while the red roses and orange roses are a little shy to open up.
I felt like the bouquet is lacking the actual roses to make it look more abundant in my vase. It looked very thinly when spread out.
A closer look made the bouquet look full though.
After several days, the blooms are all still intact.
Here’s a close-up look at the open bloom. The orange roses are noticeable without wilting.
The blooms are so beautiful! Each flower is starting to show wilted brown on the edges (as normal dying out process starts) but not really noticeable.
A closer look of the grape hyacinths giving the bouquet an added color from its lilac blooms. A few days over and I can see that some new blossoms will be peeking out soon.
The flowers have opened quite a bit, but they are in good condition, having yet to lose a petal. The overall arrangement still looks beautiful.
The greens, for me, is a bit overpowering. The leaves and green accents became the standout instead of the flowers themselves.
Despite a few quirks, we enjoyed our BloomsyBox flowers so much. They were on par with any florist as far as quality, and the price is cheaper than many competitors. The direct-from-supplier shipping and simple, elegant presentation were also big pluses! And the flower varieties are always beautiful and fresh, the same as the foliage. It’s great to have them around, as they don’t just smell good but look pleasing to the eyes too!
What do you think of this month’s flowers from BloomsyBox?