Don’t Buy Her Flowers

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Just before Christmas I was having a bit of a tough time, and my friend Vicki AKA Honest Mum sent me a lush package from Don’t Buy Her Flowers. A company founded as an alternative to sending flowers, particularly for new mum gifts, my thoughtful parcel included a scarf, Red magazine and chocolates.

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A really lovely surprise, Vicki had picked that particular package to perk me up while I was poorly. It brightened my day and made me feel loved (and full of yummy chocolate).

Don’t Buy Her Flowers was established by Steph Douglas in 2014 when she found she received more flowers than she had vases after the birth of her babies. Steph says, “It struck me as bonkers that the go-to gift for new mothers is another thing to care for, at a time when someone is doing more caring than they’ve ever done in their life. Our packages are all about the recipient and letting her know she is loved.”

I love the idea of the bespoke bundles, and there are lots of options to choose from. The fact that DBHF was set up by a fab lady aware of sisterly needs says it all. Her Sisterhood Blog is also well worth a visit.

Top selling packages include:

The Recovery Package–  ideal for anyone that needs some TLC and to be reminded to take a bit of time for themselves. It says ‘shut the bathroom door, light the candles and soothe and scrub in to recovery’. Includes four gorgeous British products for hair, nails, body and face plus candles with the option to add luxury sofa socks. The Recovery Package starts at £41.

The Some Like It Hot Package– great for anyone with a baby/small kids. Especially perfect for mums who are fed up of microwaving cold tea. Includes a Thermos mug in a choice of 4 colours and delicious shortbread and the option to add Tea or Green tea with mint or luxury hot chocolate. From £17.50.

The Any Occasion Package– perfect for mum/mother in law/granny. A choice of scarf with truffles and hand cream, with the option to add wine or gin & tonic or Champagne. The gin package is extremely popular – who wouldn’t want gin in the post?! From £25.

Covering any occasion from Valentine’s Day to Mother’s Day, get well gifts and just thinking of you presents; I’d say these gorgeous goodies definitely beat a predictable bunch of flowers.

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  1. Honest Mum February 8, 2016 / 6:29 pm

    They are just wonderful aren’t they (well done Steph) and so glad you loved yours darling, big kiss xx

  2. aflook February 24, 2016 / 1:09 pm

    Wow!! Love this! I know what i’m going to hint at for mothers day!!

    • mummymode February 24, 2016 / 1:23 pm

      The packages are so gorgeous! Definitely do! xx

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