Friday, November 23, 2018

Holiday Flowers Teleflora Giveaway + Review

Flowers




Win a $75 Giftcard, Giveaway Details Below

MBE partnered with Teleflora for this post, but opinions are my own

The holidays and Christmas are quickly approaching, time to start thinking about all those holiday events you'll be attending and/or hosting this season. Whether you'll be a guest or the one entertaining, there's one thing that can make just about any celebration more festive and beautiful: fresh flowers. Teleflora is there for you with five gorgeous new floral arrangements to make the season as bright as possible not only for all those parties on your calendar but also for you to give as thoughtful gifts to friends and family.





What's new for Holidays 2018 at Teleflora


This year's seasonal floral collection is prettier than ever, with something for everyone's taste to pick from. In addition to the many other year-round choices available, Teleflora is offering these lovely limited edition Christmas and holiday arrangements starting November 23.  I'm a nature lover, especially bright birds in the wild on the East Coast, so my personal favorite floral centerpiece this year is the Cardinals in the Snow Ornament Bouquet ($59.99) which you see pictured at the top of this post.


Other pretty Teleflora fresh flower holiday arrangements range from $49.99 - $69.99 + delivery. Why send droopy flowers shipped in a nondescript brown box when each of these lovely arrangements is crafted by a local florist and delivered fresh by hand to the recipient?






Send A Hug Winter Sips Bouquet by Teleflora ($49.99), which comes with fresh flowers presented in a playful, oversized gingerbread man coffee mug, would be a fun teacher appreciation gift or a thoughtful present for your boss or secretary at the office.





Need a sweet gift for Grandma or Grandpa? How about Teleflora's Winterberry Kisses Bouquet ($54.99)? This arrangement features hand-painted red berry branches, mixed with fresh flowers with a sprinkling of sparkle over the top, delivered in a retro looking clear glass cube vase.






For the Christmas collectibles fan on your list the Teleflora's Snowy Dream Bouquet ($64.99) is just the thing. This fresh bunch of flowers arrives beautifully arranged in a cute decorative holiday metal coffee pot which the recipient can repurpose in so many ways, such as a kitchen utensils holder to enjoy all winter long.





An elegant choice for giving to those who love candles is this Teleflora's Halls of Holly Centerpiece which would look wonderful on your own table or would be a good choice to send ahead to the host of that holiday party you've been invited to. The container is a hand-painted oven-to-table food-safe stoneware serving dish you can reuse and enjoy in future holiday seasons.







Win a $75 Teleflora Giftcard






MommyBlogExpert's Teleflora Giveaway ends December 12, 2018 at 3 am EST/12 am PST. Open to legal residents of the U.S. only. After the contest ends, ONE (1) qualifying winner will be selected at random from all eligible entries submitted and will receive a $75 Teleflora gift code (including free delivery) via email. Code expires on December 22, 2018 and is good on Teleflora.com; no cash value. Not valid on sale items. Coupon cannot be combined with any other discount or promotion codes. One time use only.


About Teleflora

Teleflora is a network of 10,000 member florists in North America in the U.S. and Canada known for their floral arrangement artistry and personal touches. Instead of prepackaged flowers in a plain brown box dropped on your doorstep, Teleflora's professional florists personally hand deliver an array of bouquets in keepsake vases, often the same day. To order a bouquet, a hand-crafted and hand-delivered by a local florist near the recipient's address, visit Teleflora.com. You can stay in the loop by following the brand on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


FTC Disclosure: MBE partnered with Teleflora to facilitate this post and Teleflora is providing the prize. See complete FTC Disclosure information that appears at the bottom of MommyBlogExpert's main page and at the bottom of every individual post on this blog, including this one.

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