5 Benefits Of Flower Shopping Locally - A Giveaway With The Flower Shops.

*This is a paid for advertorial with The Flower Shops*

The Flower Shops is a family run business who have created a network of local florists across the UK hand delivering bouquets with guaranteed same day delivery. Their network of florists are reputable high street florists with years of experience and knowledge of the industry ensuring all bouquets are of the freshest and highest quality.

5 benefits of flower shopping locally

There are numerous reasons why supporting local florists is better than shopping in supermarkets, department stores or other non-specialised stores. The comparison ranges from how the flowers are stored, how they are arranged, how they are delivered and the amount of customer care which goes into each bouquet. Obviously the price is the most powerful advantage when it comes to purchasing flowers from a supermarket due to them being bought in much larger quantities. Local florists usually can't afford to buy in bulk therefore can't really compete with the lower costs of supermarkets, however with that being said there are still so many advantages of buying flowers from a local florist.

5 Benefits of flower shopping locally.

1. Flowers last longer from a local florist.
Local florists take better care of the flowers they sell, ensuring you always get the freshest, healthiest and and the highest quality blooms. Typically florists also carry a more superior quality variety of flowers compared to that of supermarkets. Shopping locally for flowers provides you with the peace of mind that the blooms bought are going to last well & stay looking amazing for a long time.

2. Local florists offer a wider variety.
As a florists main concern is the quality and variety of stock you can always be assured that shopping locally will give you the biggest choice of blooms available compared that that of a supermarket. Supermarkets purchase their blooms in bulk but only buy certain (more mainstream) flowers and varieties, meaning they'll never be able to offer the variety a local florist does. It's also worth noting that a local florist can supply add ons to their blooms such as luxurious packaging, festive bows or even a hand written note to make your bouquet look extra special.

3. Flowers are more eco-friendly from a local florist.
Local florists sell flowers that are free of pesticides and fertilisers making them eco-freindly. They're also stored in an ethylene free environment, nurtured with the right amount of plant food and kept at the correct temperature which reduces your blooms chances of wilting and also helps keep their colours looking vibrant.

4. Local florists have the skills to make beautiful flower arrangements.
Florists are creative people & they're exceptionally well trained in providing unique and appealing flower arrangements. They're passionate, knowledgeable and arrangements created by local florists are considered pieces of art, because behind each bouquet is a lot of strategy and creativity.

5. Local florists are friendly and appreciative.
Your local florist is always going to be more friendly and appreciative to most supermarket staff due to their passion for floristry and the business they have chosen to go into. It's also easier to develop a lasting relationship with a local florist because although they're business owners, they're also members of your community.

A giveaway with The Flower Shops

Sending flowers from a local florist to loved ones is always going to go down well, it's a heartwarming gesture and whether it's for a special occasion, or just because you can, it's always going to make you and the recipient feel good.

Flowers are known to have a positive impact on health and well being as research has shown having them around the home increases happiness, decreases anxieties and even boosts productivity... And if that's not a good enough reason to treat yourself, or somebody special, I don't know what is!

This is the exact reason I have teamed up with The Flower Shops over on my Instagram page in hosting a giveaway, sending one lucky winner their very own bunch of blooms. I think with the year we've had (we're writing 2020 off aren't we?) giving something back & sending positivity to someone else this festive season is a blooming beautiful thing & I'm so happy to be able to do that!

Win your very own locally sourced bouquet of blooms with The Flower Shops.

To enter my giveaway and be in with a chance of winning a bouquet of flowers courtesy of The Flower Shops all you need to do is enter via the Rafflecopter widget below. There are two requirements which is to follow myself & The Flower Shops on Instagram, however if you want a higher chance of winning there are also a few extra entry types available. The giveaway will run for 1 week finishing on Friday 4th December 2020 at 5pm where I will announce the winner on my Instagram stories. This giveaway is running UK only.

Good luck! X

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5 benefits of flower shopping locally - A giveaway with The Flower Shops


13 comments

  1. Fabulous giveaway thank you I love sunflowers they always make me feel so happy

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    1. I love sunflowers too! I tried so hard to get to a sunflower field over summer but I couldn't. Thank you for entering the giveaway. X

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  2. I love flowers I think my favourite are blue iris

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    1. Me too! I really want to plant some in my back garden, but I'm the worst when it comes to growing plants. Eeek! X

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  4. Awesome photos, definitely amazing reasons to buy
    locally than in supermarket..

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  5. I love receiving flowers (not that it happens very often)! I always try to get my flowers from somewhere local too as they last much better.

    Tash - A Girl with a View

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    1. I'm exactly the same. Haha. Most of the flowers I get are 'to me, from me' present' X

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  6. I'm a sucker for white roses! I was getting flowers delivered every other week throughout lockdown just to cheer myself up a bit.

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    1. This is Neesha from Reinventing Neesha by the way. No idea why it's showing as Unknown haha!

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    2. Haha! Love that. Also love that you treat yourself to flowers. Literally 95% of mine are 'to me, from me' gifts. X

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