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What better way to celebrate another pandemic wedding anniversary than with Matilda’s Bloombox! Ever since I spotted Matilda’s seafoam truck at a local craft event adorned with the prettiest blooms, I’ve wanted an excuse to treat myself to a box (I mean, ya, this one is also for you, too, Hubby). What a delight!

Each box comes with a beautifully designed information sheet with details on each grower and each flower/herb, plus owner Emily’s suggestions for how to prepare and arrange the blooms in your vase of choice. I love that each flower/foliage is sourced from local growers, the box is hand delivered, and it’s also a fun DIY activity.

Matilda’s Bloombox is not a subscription, but rather you select in advance which weeks you’d like to receive a box and you are charged upon delivery. They give a preview a week or two in advance to give you time to say yea or nay, and when it’s delivered, there’s no address label on the box – it’s like a friend left you a surprise gift (but that friend is you. :))

This bloombox included:

It is an understatement to say that this box smelled so good.

I used our head table flower jar from our wedding for this arrangement. The info sheet included recommended vessel size and tips on building the base (with rosemary and boronia), adding the focal flower (ranunculus), and adding the secondary flowers (tulips and lavender).

I am majorly crushing on this arrangement. So pretty!

The blooms opened up after just a few hours in water, and even more so during the week. Check out the tulips on Day 3!

I love love loved everything about this floral experience, and I’m looking forward to another occasion (or just because) to order my next box. Affilink alert: Save $10 on your first box! And happy anniversary to us. 🙂

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Local markets are my kind of tourist attraction. Crafternoons are my favorite. Good food makes me dance.

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