Hello beauties, I hope you are having a great start to your weekend, I always try to have a bit of “me time” to reset from the busy week, whether that be staying in bed a little longer, catching up with friends or taking time out with a good book to relax.
It’s Mother’s Day on March 6th this year, the one day of the year were mam’s everywhere can have a day off, sit back, relax and be treated. One of the most universal ways to show love, affection and appreciation for someone is to give the gift of flowers, I always send flowers on Mother’s Day, it’s a tradition for me and have been doing it since I was a kid.
This year I have discovered The Flower Studio, who have an amazing selection of floral arrangements in bespoke vase and basket designs to add that extra touch this Mother’s Day.
So often these days when I go and look for flowers there is usually little or no scent to them, which doesn’t entice me to give them as a gift, so I had high hopes for The Flower Studio’s creations.
I chose the “Spring Joy” flower vase, as my mam is a big fan of Hyacinths, Tulips and Narcissus. When the flowers arrived and I opened the box, I was greeted by the most wonderful aroma, as though I had stepped into meadow filled with Springtime flowers.
The flowers looked fresh and full of vitality as if they had just been picked that day. The vase has a designer bespoke look with its bevelled edges and fluted neck design, which showcases the flowers beautifully.
I have had these flowers for just over a week now and they are still going strong, it is important to change the water every other day as this will help with the longevity of your flowers.
You can purchase the “Spring Joy” collection direct from The Flower Studio’s website and is priced at £29.99 which offers great value for money I have spent a lot more in the past and those didn’t come with a vase either. You can also take advantage of a 15% discount this weekend by using the code of “MUM15” at the checkout.
Do you normally give the gift of flowers for Mother’s Day?
What are your favourite flowers?
Please comment below and let me know.