San Francisco, CA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 01/27/2014 -- Flowers are beautiful gesture that shows thoughtfulness in times of celebration and commiseration, as the beauty and transience of a bouquet of flowers helps us to remain mindful of the beauty in our lives and to live fully in each moment. Such high minded ideals have of late however been mired in technicalities, high prices, and difficult deliveries that make such a nice gesture difficult to manage. BloomThat San Francisco have elegantly developed a solution to all of these problems and united them under a new business culture that prizes ease and integrity, with the result being a more pure and beautiful flower shop.
Every aspect of BloomThat SF aims to fulfil the integrity of their mission, putting quality and sustainability first. Flowers are sourced locally and domestically wherever possible and are decoratively wrapped in recycled burlap to give their presentation a rustic beauty.
They can offer these bouquets at such affordable prices because they do not give buyers choice in the particular selections, but rather use their expert florists to compose and curate collections of flowers that work beautifully together and deliver on the intent of the buyer without them having to upskill themselves in advance floristry to make a purchase.
A spokesperson for BloomThat explained, “We have made affordable, accessible rapid flower delivery a reality while reconciling this ambitious goal with responsible environmental and business practices. We wanted to make it as easy as possible for people to put a bunch of beautiful flowers in the lap of the person they care about, and do it at short notice. Our website is fully mobile accessible, allowing users to make an order on the move, and we promise to deliver within 90 minutes of the order, so it really is never too late. We even sell potted plants and rustic vases to suite any occasion.”
BloomThat offer handcrafted flowers starting at $35, delivered for free in 90 minutes. All bouquets are designed around what's fresh and in-season, sourcing local and domestic flowers as much as possible, curated and designed to make the buyer look good, and the person receiving flowers feel great. For more information please visit: https://www.bloomthat.com/