If today was anything to go by, then we are well and truly into autumn. Leaving the house with just a cardi on, getting stuck in a massive rain shower, gust of wind, and then the sun comes out? Yep. I’d say that autumn, at least a British autumn, is here. And as such, it means make a few changes around the home.
I’m all for adding some seasonal accessories to the home, much to my husband’s annoyance. I love a good dining table centrepiece, as well as a wreath for any occasion. I mean, who doesn’t? Well, my husband. I digress.
So now that we’re into all things autumnal, I have been looking for ways to spruce up the home and channel some major fall vibes. I love a scented candle as much as the next person, and a hint of cinnamon, pumpkin spice, and all things nice, at this time of year is the best. But I think flowers have a massive say at this time of year too.
Enter, Freddie’s Flowers. This is basically a subscription service to get flowers delivered to your door for £22. Your flowers get chosen for you, all seasonal and beautiful, and then they get delivered right to your door. So if like me, you love all things floral and making your home pretty and welcoming, then this could be the perfect solution for you. I love that they are hand picked so you don’t have to worry about anything. The bunch of flowers is large, and you get instructions on how to assemble which I found really handy. But if you’re a budding florist then it could be fun to experiment yourself.
The bunch I have been sent is the pink sedum, who gets pride of place this time of year. I like the subtle colour of it; not too in your face but sets the white roses off really nicely. Eucalyptus features in the bunch too, which is one of my favourite things – just so pretty and simple, but looks stunning, even by itself. Lisianthus is in season too, so they are a lovely touch, along with white roses. For me, I’d pick white roses over red any day of the week. Especially these large perfectly formed white roses. I had white roses in my wedding bouquet; they’re meant to symbolise eternity, rather than love like their red counterpart, which I think is truly lovely.
You can get flowers delivered weekly, but to be honest, they are such good quality, mine still look amazing a week on. So if I was to join the subscription club, I would choose less often, like fortnightly or monthly. I have been very impressed by the quality of the flowers.
If you want to get get 50% off your first two boxes when you sign up this month then make sure that you use the code: AAUFF10.
Have you ever heard of Freddie’s Flowers before? What do you think about flowers being delivered to your door? Would love to hear what you think!
*thanks for my lovely bunch of flowers. All opinions are my own.