Monday, June 23, 2014

4th of July and "Red, White & Bouq" Volcanic Flowers #BouqLove

What's better than flowers? Flowers from a volcano.

I have a serious thing for flowers. I don't really feel like my kitchen is complete until there's fresh flowers on the table. I usually satiate my floral lust with a $3 bouquet from the grocery store, because, I'm super good to me.

Thanks to my little floral-print heart, I am loving the opportunity to give a shout out to this innovative new floral biz. The Bouqs have been featured on Shark Tank, O! Oprah Magazine, Forbes, E!, The Today Show, & Popsugar. (I feel like this makes them the Kardashian of the flower world).

Let's talk about that volcano detail.

The Bouqs own their own flower farm, growing flowers in the rich soil of an active volcano (!!!!). All bouquets are cut to order and are sent to your door. No waste, no middle man, bada bing, bada boom. (Boom = potential volcano pun? Shrug?)

I love that The Bouqs website is clean and their pricing is simple: $40 flat fee for all original size bouquets with....wait for it....FREE SHIPPING! Woot!

What do I love even more than flowers? THE 4TH OF JULY!
(I'm sorry I yelled just now. But it's my most favorite holiday.) (MERICA!!) (Sorry not sorry I yelled again.)

For the 4th of July, The Bouqs are bringing back their Red, White & Bouq (which is red, white, and blue roses)! Totes perfect if you want to get your 'merica on and decorate for a BBQ or whatever you plan to do for this glorious holiday-o'-fireworks. Or, you can choose any of their other gorgeous bouquets if you're not into the red-white-blue thing, hashtag options.

And now I'm off to await my own summery flower delivery from The Bouqs....from a volcanic farm. You know I'll post that pretty shiz all over social media when it arrives. Excited much? Much.

Disclaimer: I have been compensated for this post, but the words and thoughts and opinions are my own because y'all know I wouldn't do you wrong or ever bother blogging about something I don't actually like. #duh


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