BloomThat: The Best Kind of Florist

 

BloomThat is the best florist is San Francisco

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If you have ever ordered flowers online (which I am sure you all have) you know what a pain in the butt it is. There are too many options, they cost a ton, and when you finally make a decision they hit you with high delivery fees and can’t deliver them on time. With BloomThat you don’t have to deal with any of that!

BloomThat makes sending flowers simple and fast. They works with local florists to put together simple and beautiful flower arrangements that are delivered in under 90-minutes.

BloomThat Flower Bouquet

All of their bouquets are designed around what flowers are fresh and in-season. Each bouquet is wrapped in recycled burlap giving them a wonderful rustic, fresh-out-of-the-garden look.

They only have a few options which makes the decision process a lot easier! Their flowers start at $45 and delivery is free. They will even text you to update you when your flowers are en-route.

Rustic Flowers By BloomThat

I have used BloomThat a couple times and have been very impressed. My friends usually send a thank you text and photo immediately after they are delivered. The photos of the flowers look exactly like the ones online and sometimes even better!

BloomThat is a great option for last minute birthday flowers or just because flowers. Not to mention, BloomThat could be a real lifesaver for guys who might forget to order flowers for an anniversary… in less than 90-minutes you can go from zero to hero! I bet BloomThat will be very popular on Valentines Day this year.

Rustic Flowers

Currently, BloomThat is only serving San Francisco, but hopefully they will inspire others to do the same thing in other cities.

You can check out the BloomThat website by clicking here. They usually post promo codes on their Facebook page so make sure the “Like” them by clicking here.

BloomThat San Francisco

photo credit: bloomthat.com

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