Bloom & Wild – The Letterbox Florist

There are two things I love quite a bit – flowers and receiving things in the post. One smells lovely and brightens up the house; the other makes it feel a little bit like Christmas each day.

So you can imagine how overjoyed I felt when I discovered that the two were combined.

I spoke to Aron, from Bloom & Wild, a while ago when they were developing the idea of a postal florist service and I am pleased to say that they have now launched – and the product is even better than I had expected!

Bloom & Wild are the UK’s first nationwide letterbox florist, simply purchase online and you will receive a whole boutique through your letterbox. It is really impressive how it fits! The box is very long but the width and height means it will fit through any letterbox easily.


Not only are the flowers convenient as you don’t need to be home to receive them, but they are also half the cost of bouquets from other online florists and they last longer as they come straight from the flowers growers and are only ordered when customers purchase.

You can make one-off purchases as a treat or a gift, or alternatively the company offer a flower subscription service. You can choose whether you receive your flowers once a week, fortnight or month. Costing from £1/day this is a great bargain and the flowers are such high quality that you definitely get value for money.

Alternatively a single bouquet costs from £19.95.

What’s more, their florist splits her time between Bloom & Wild and Mayfair 5-star hotel Claridges!

I am really impressed with the flowers, service and the whole concept behind the company. I will be ordering again for sure! Plus, the building of the bouquet is all part of the fun! You receive an instruction leaflet with some tips on how best to display your flowers – but really it is up to you!



Bloom & Wild have kindly offered a discount code for my readers, use code bloomtime6 for £5 off any gift order at checkout on your first purchase!

What do you think of a letterbox flower service?


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