Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Fourth of July Flowers from The Bouqs!

Do you love having fresh flowers in your home? What about around the Fourth of July? Those beautiful red, white and blue flowers look amazing in any home.

Do you watch Shark Tank? If so, do you remember earlier this season when the company The Bouqs was on there? They were the fresh flower company that takes out the middle man in delivery, and delivers fresh flowers from the base of the mountain. These flowers are delivered for one low flat fee, unlike other companies. Since there is no middle man, these flowers are fresher than anything you’d get at the local florist or flower delivery company.







The Bouqs has their own flower farm, growing these flowers in the rich soil of an active volcano. The bouquets are cut to order then sent to your door – eliminating any middle man or other flower delivery company. This way there leaves no waste, and you get great savings!

As I mentioned before, the bouquets are all sold for one flat fee - $40 for the original size with free shipping! For the Fourth of July, The Bouqs are bringing back their Red, White and Bouq (red, white and blue roses). You can check them out here.



This bouquet is the perfect gift to bring to the Fourth of July BBQ you’re attending or hosting. These would look beautiful no matter where they are, and if you’re giving it to someone they are sure to love the bright and vibrant colors! These Forth of July flowers are amazing!

Now, I don’t have a green thumb, I can’t keep flowers alive for the life of me, but I think with these I’m going to try. These flowers are absolutely stunning.

The company has also been seen in O! Oprah Magazine, Forbes, E!, The Today Show and Popsugar.
Check them out now!


Tell me, are you going to buy some? Do you often keep flowers in your home with a color scheme around the time of year or holiday?




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