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Durham’s Newest Floral Boutique is Hard to Top

(The Triangle Trend) — Blossom & Bone Florals, well known for their blue flower van, now has a lovely boutique in downtown Durham! It’s brimming with local goodies like jewelry, paintings, and candles, as well as fresh flowers. They are located at 331 W Main Street in Durham, and they officially launched on Tuesday, April 27. Building your own bouquet has never been easier or more simple. This shop keeps an assortment of seasonal faves that you can ever so conveniently shop for online. If you’ve never shopped for flowers from Blossom & Bone or any other floral shop, we’ve got you covered with a guide specific to this location.

Here’s a run-through of all the bouquets they offer:

Their Fulton bouquet starts at $50.00.  This assortment is a friendly, small bouquet that they fill with nature’s best. This bouquet is on the smaller side while being bigger than their Wolcott (which currently isn’t listed on their website).

Their Belmont starts at $65.00. The Belmont is a traditional size bouquet, making it the perfect gift for literally anyone. This assortment is bound to make anyone feel special and appreciated without taking up too much (or too little) space.

Their Humboldt starts at $80.00. This bouquet is a fuller assortment that helps one experiment with specialty blooms in a way that the smaller bouquets simply don’t allow. This bouquet enables B&B to use a wider range of flowers to convey a more aesthetically pleasing tale.

Their Augusta starts at $105.00. Through visually stimulating petals and vivid color assortments, the Augusta is a guaranteed bouquet to impress anyone. This is a wider arrangement that always demands attention.

Their Grand starts at 155.00. All of their Grand bouquets are bound to be a gift that blows the receiver’s breath away. You’ve come to the right place if you’re hunting for a (happy) tear-jerker. Their Grand styles are eclectic and abundant with captivating flowers of all kinds, including a plethora of variations selected to complement one another.

Their bouquets typically come in a glass vase; but, if you’d like the designer to incorporate a suitable antique vessel, you can do so, or you can pick one for yourself on their vases page.

What should you know before you order one of these beauties?

Tuesday through Saturday, between the hours of 12 p.m. and 5 p.m., flower deliveries are sent out. Same-day orders must be placed by 2 p.m. Orders sent after the cut-off time will be shipped the next day.

A $12 delivery fee will be added on every bouquet sent to Durham, Chapel Hill, or Carrboro. Currently, they do not provide distribution outside of these cities.

As long as you get their automatic confirmation text, your order is legitimate. They will email you directly if there are any further queries or adjustments that need to be made, using the contact details you provided during the purchase process. Unless expressly asked, they don’t confirm shipments.

What should you know before you pick up bouquets?

They’re in the Snow House, 331 W Main St, Suite 101, in downtown Durham. Their pick up times are during their hours of operation, being:

  • Tuesday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday.
  •  And 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday.

Your shipment won’t be available until the pick-up period that you indicate. They need a minimum of a two-hour lead time for same-day orders and pick-ups, although if you call them on the phone, they’ll be able to work out something for you within a shorter time range. Only do so if you need your bouquet ASAP.

As long as you get an automatic confirmation email after placing your order, you can rest assured that your order went through and was approved.

If any adjustments are needed, they will contact you directly.

Keep up with Blossom & Bone on Instagram. Their Mother’s Day bouquet selections were fantastic, so be sure to keep your eye out for future holiday specials as well. There may even be a red, white, and blue bouquet in your future.

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Cierra Smith | Editor

Raleigh-born writer passionate about cultural awareness and social change. You’ll typically find me somewhere studying a language, writing, or doing pilates. Consider me a health-conscious foodie with an interest in all diets and lifestyles.

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