Unique Ways To Give Flowers This Spring

Bloomin' marvellous


In a jar

To celebrate Fendi's flower-studded SS16 collection, the Roman fashion house has collaborated with floral artist Azuma Makoto for a unique pop-up inside Selfridges Oxford Street.

Head down there between now and May 22 to pick up one of Makato's beautiful rainbow 'flower jars' for £40. A truly unique and beautiful way to present blooms. Visit here for more information.

Discover #FendiFlowerland pop-up with Japanese flower artist #AzumaMakoto at #SelfridgesLondon

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In a book

Book as vase is a thing. And we like it.


Flat packed

Bloom & Wild brought flat-packed flowers to the nation just a couple of years ago. Beautiful bouquets neatly packaged in letter box-sized packages, so you can be sure the recipient gets the flowers whether even if they're not at home. All they have to do is open and arrange. Bloom & Wild offer free next day delivery too.

Oh hello there gorgeous flowers 😍 Bloom & Wild brightening up the bank holiday blues 💐

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In a glass case 

A glass presentation case is way to make your flowers look ornamental or elevate a table centre. Florists-to-the-stars (they did Kate Moss' wedding) Scarlet & Violet do it perfectly.

Fern love

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In a box

New York florist Bloom Room has unique ways aplenty to presents its bouquets, but popping them in a box is bar far our favourite.

In a wreath

Banish all thoughts of funereal flower wreaths and look to bespoke floral designer Brambles & Roses for spring ring inspiration.

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