Christmas Flower Arrangement with Debenhams

With Christmas on it’s way it’s time to think about buying presents, getting organised and of course switching up that home decor. This year I don’t feel I’ve quite gotten into the Christmas Spirit, I know it’s still November but usually once Halloween is done I’m ready to get festive so to get me into that Christmas mood I picked out some gorgeous flowers from Debenhams to help get myself into that festive vibe. I adore having flowers in my house and always switch them up for the season, I think these flowers 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 like I have done.

Debenhams come out with their own festive range every Christmas which is fabulous, I got to try a bouquet last year and I went for gorgeous red roses but this year I fancied something lighter with accents of red and gold. The range consists of many gorgeous flower arrangements to suit the season and I have to say I’m in love with the bouquet we chose which is called Designer Gold Leaf, it’s a very elegant bouquet with avalanche roses with deep red hypericum berries and gold cinerea eucalyptus.

I think that Debenhams offer a really great service and their Christmas flower range is just beautiful, they would make an amazing Christmas gift for someone or even a gift for yourself to add some Christmas spirit to your home, Debenhams also offer guarantee that their flowers and planted arrangements will stay looking beautiful for at least seven days, or your money back which is really great. We’ve had ours for a few days now and they are still going strong, a beautiful bouquet that look gorgeous on our dining room table. 
To grab 25% off your own bouquet from Debenhams Flowers just enter this discount code at the checkout: DFBLOG25

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