Personalized Printed Flowers Review

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I love giving personalised gifts for special occasions; I love the look on someone’s face when they open a gift that is completely different and special to them! I also think they look like you have put far more effort in than your probably have! So when I saw that Personalized Flowers were looking for someone to review their personalised printed flowers, I was really looking forward to getting a couple printed for my mum’s upcoming wedding.

Cover image for personalized roses

My sister and I had the task on the wedding day of arranging the flowers and adding all of the personal, special touches to the wedding table, including some little surprises for mum and Robert and so we knew the roses would be the perfect addition to the wedding table.

Personalized Flowers create beautiful personalized printed flowers for any special occasion. They print any message you wish directly onto the petals of real roses creating stunning unique gifts for those you love! Whether it’s for a birthday, anniversary or wedding, there is a special message for everyone! The ordering process is really easy to follow; just choose from a selection of coloured roses, add in your personalisation options, and select your preferred delivery date.

Personalized Flowers only use the freshest of roses so you can guarantee they will last for the occasion. They also print on to beautiful silk roses so that they can be kept forever which is a really lovely touch and so we opted for the silk roses for mum and her soon-to-be husband!

rose box

The roses are delivered in protective boxes and wrapped really nicely ready to give straight away. I was really pleased with how they looked and the fact they are silk means mum can keep them forever as a memento of their special day. It does say not to touch the print on the roses as it can smudge and Mia managed to get hold of one before I could stop her however the message survived intact!

We opted for ‘Congratulations’ and ‘Mum and Robert’ as our messages and they looked lovely on the wedding table. Personalized Printed Flowers prices start at just £5.99 for a single rose which is well worth the price for such a lovely unique gift. I would definitely buy them again and would love to see the real rose version now!

full roses

Would you consider personalised printed flowers as a gift?

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