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HOT – Urban Bloom Floral Delivery Service

Here’s something a little different – no coffees, vialis 40mg no cakes, no booze or burgers.  Instead, it’s a review on a local, home grown subscription based floral delivery service.  Urban Bloom is bringing sexy back to homes and boardrooms alike in the Brisbane city and surrounding suburban areas; from small arrangements as a beautiful centre piece in the home, to an eye catching and welcoming display in the office.

 

Urban Bloom is a personal floral delivery service for regular subscribers.  In a nut shell – if you fancy having a lovely bouquet of flowers delivered straight to your home or office on a weekly, fortnightly or even monthly basis at a reasonable price, then this is the service for you.

 

Whilst I adore having a lovely floral arrangement as a centre piece in our dining room, I’m not fussed on paying premium florist prices for a bouquet and don’t have the time to get to the flower markets to nab them at a good price.  The Urban Bloom service finds a nice mid-waypoint between both options, by providing a convenient delivery service and a lovely floral arrangement bundled together for a reasonable price.

The bouquet provided on this occasion was a lovely, abundant combination of purple and pink roses ($35) and accompanying the delivery was friendly service.

 

The bouquets available from Urban Bloom range from a small bouquet ($35), medium arrangement ($48 – $65) to an attention seeking ensemble ($85) and deliveries occur on a Friday.

 

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  1. Urban Bloom are great! I’ve used them a few times 🙂

    Posted by April Neylan | February 9, 2012, 10:17 am
  2. Sounds amazing, bummer they don’t deliver to California, haha.

    Posted by Adrienne Raymond | February 15, 2012, 5:20 am

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