Debenhams | Christmas Flowers

With Christmas on it’s way it’s time to think about buying presents, getting organised and of course switching up that home decor. I adore having flowers in my house and always Taylor them to the season, today I have some Christmas flowers to share with you from Debenhams these would be a great gift for your mum, granny or aunt this Christmas and would even be a great gift for yourself to give that festive vibe to your home. 
Debenhams have come out with their own festive range for the season which is fabulous, I never realised that Debenhams had a website you could order from and the price points are actually really great starting from just £15.99,  I ordered the Extra Large Festive Rose & Freesia bouquet which was £38.99. The standard size was just £8 cheaper so I thought it was a great value to go to the next size up, with the Standard option you receive: x5 Grandprix Roses, x7 White freesia, x3 Red Hypericum Berry, x2 Green Bell, x3 Hard Ruscus and with the Extra Large option you get: x7 Grandprix Rose, x10 White Freesias, x3 Red Hypericum Berry, x2 Green Bell, x3 Hard Ruscus. I have to say these flowers smell divine and I absolutely adore the seasonal berries for that extra festive touch, the value for money is incredible and the quality is great. The flower delivery itself was super fast and they were delivered in a large sturdy box, when I opened the box they were perfectly in place and were beautifully presented. 
Debenhams have kindly given me a discount code to share with you all today for an amazing 40% off a bouquet of your choice (The only bouquets exempt from the discount is the ‘Flowers By Post’ range, but this is a very small range) Your 40% Discount code is DFBLOG40, do let me know if you choose to buy yourself or your loved ones some flowers I’d love to know what you chose it’s such a great offer. 
What do you think of this beautiful bouquet? Do you like to change your flowers throughout the season like me? 

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