Invited Blooms: Provence
Our first edition of Invited Blooms has sold out. We're looking forward to offering you our second edition very soon!
We are excited to bring our favorite destinations to you via beautiful curated blooms direct from Holland. Our inspiring florals will help you stay safe and home, healthy, and positive as we all make our way through these challenging times. This first collection is limited to just 75, so be sure to order today for yourself as well as your friends and loved ones. This large shipment of blooms is more than enough to make a big beautiful arrangement with leftovers for smaller moments to put at your bedside or throughout your home.
Each box of blooms includes:
- (20) stems of champagne sweet peas
- (10) stems of blush/cream “chiffon" garden roses
- (10) stems of lush “bowl of cream" peonies
- (10) stems of “butterfly" ranunculus
- (10) stems of lavender clematis vine
We'll also send you a link to a quick video lesson from Matthew Robbins on caring for and arranging these exquisite flowers. We suggest arranging in a vessel that is 4"-5" in diameter and 5"-6" tall for a nice centerpiece similar to the one featured in our photos.
The flowers will arrive directly to your home from Holland via FedEx. All shipping fees are included in your purchase. We are taking orders until 10 AM EDT on April 30, 2020. UPDATE: The flowers will be delivered Thursday, May 7th & Friday, May 8th.
The first in our series of destination-inspired florals is a box of lush and romantic blooms inspired by the South of France and our favorite location in Provence, the magical Le Mas des Poiriers. Your order will not only bring you joy, but it also supports the incredible floral providers we have worked with for almost 20 years.
We will donate a portion of each sale to Doctors Without Borders to help with the aid they are sending to cities and countries hit hardest by Covid-19.
Enjoy this floral escape to Provence and stay tuned for our next destination. We are headed to the Tropics in our next collection of blooms!
Provence photos by Oliver Fly.