Home Bargains Flower Bouquet Review.

Hi all.

I have another flower review for you today. This is another Home Bargains floral bouquet review. I applied for this assignment through Bloggers Required (a platform for bloggers). You can find Bloggers Required at the link below.


After applying for this assignment I got a response back very quickly. Home Bargains Flowers are part of Prestige Gifting Ltd. In the past I’ve reviewed bouquets from both Prestige & Home Bargains which you’ll find here on my blog.

I was sent a luxury bouquet free of charge in exchange for an honest review on my blog. The flowers I was sent were the Sunny Garden flowers bouquet.

B600DAEA-5F34-4E95-B692-E10415D48C49My bouquet arrived very swiftly within a couple of days. They were delivered via Royal Mail. The bouquet was gorgeous & as the name suggests they look like the flowers you’d have in your garden during the summer.

Communication with the brand was great & any questions I had etc were answered swiftly. The bouquet arrived in a box with some water to keep the flowers hydrated which is always good as you wouldn’t want your flowers to arrive in a bad condition. They arrived in perfect shape. Also included in the box was a sachet of flower food which you put in the water & mix it which gives your flowers more longevity. And there was also a clear glass vase in the box which I really like and it’s perfect for bouquets.

The flowers actually lasted nearly a week which I think is amazing. A perfect bouquet to brighten your home up. This bouquet was expertly arranged with avalanche roses, iris, fragrant freesia & hypericum. Perfect spring/summer flowers.

It states on the website that this particular bouquet gives the Wow factor and I have to agree with that statement.

This bouquet contains 21 stems so a nice size. The colours of the flowers are blue, yellow, white and green. The box the bouquet arrives in doesn’t say Home Bargains on it at all. The bouquet I was sent was a standard size. There are 2 other sizes you can get which are Medium which contains 24 stems and costs an extra £3 & a large size bouquet which contains 27 stems and costs an extra £6.

You can get little extra somethings. A birthday cake for an extra £3.99, a card vase for an extra £1.99 & a glass vase for an extra £4.99. You also get to personalise a little card for the recipient with a note of your own choosing. You can select when you want them delivered which i think is ideal. There’s 2 delivery options. Standard delivery which is free of charge & if ordered by 4pm they’ll be delivered between 1-2 working days. Tracked upgrade delivery which is an extra £2.95 and when ordered before 9pm you’ll get next day delivery which is trackable. If being delivered to Northern Ireland & further reach areas of Scotland it may take an additional day to receive it. You can pay via bank card, credit card & PayPal so a few different ways to pay. You can find out more at the link below.


Prestige Flowers also offer a high quality flower delivery service in support of Cancer Research UK which I think is a brilliant idea. Having lost loved ones with Cancer it’s a cause close to my heart. Prestige Flowers are voted UK’s number 1 online florist according to Review Centre Reviews & Trust Pilot.

They also have a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Flowers are all delivered free on this service and 25% of the money is donated to Cancer Research UK which I think is incredible and lovely of them to do that. You can find out more at the link below.


So that’s it for this blog post. I would definitely purchase from this brand and definitely recommend it especially as money can get donated to Cancer Research UK.

I just want to say thank you to Michael Burns of Prestige Gifting LTD for sending me these beautiful flowers.

I do hope that this post has been somewhat informative and useful for you.

Thank you for reading.

Until next time,



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