Giveaway: $200 Gift Certificate to Blooms by the Box

by Niki in — Updated April 14, 2020 — Reading Time: 2 minutes

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Today we get to kick off our first giveaway celebrating our second anniversary! Blooms by the Box is a great resource for DIY brides, featuring a wide selection of flowers to craft boutonnieres, bouquets, and centerpieces out of. Last year, they were kind enough to provide me with some flowers for the shabby chic boutonniere seen above, as well as a matching centerpiece. Blooms by the Box offers pre-designed wedding packs as well as florals by the bunch, so check out their selection and let us know what flowers you’d love to use and how you’ll be incorporating them in the comments section for a chance to win. The contest closes this Friday at 5pm Central Time. One entry per person; a valid email must be provided in order to contact the winner to arrange prize receipt.

Added bonus: even if you don’t get the grand prize, you can still win! Visit Blooms by the Box’s Facebook page and Like their status mentioning our second anniversary. If 25 people Like the status, they’ll offer a promo code for 10% through the page for our readers!

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Blooms by the Box is a sponsor of the Inspired Bride, but no financial compensation was received for this post.

73 thoughts on “Giveaway: $200 Gift Certificate to Blooms by the Box”

  1. I’d like to use garden roses and lilacs, and use the bridesmaids bouquets as centerpieces…

  2. I’m thinking pink ranculas and hydrangeas for bouquets and boutonnieres. Haven’t figured out centerpieces yet!

  3. I’d get the hydrangeas and some curly willow. Maybe also a little dianthus and star of bethlehem. I’d put the flowers in the antique mason jars I’ve been collecting.

  4. Would love to use cottage roses, spray roses, lisianthus, and seeded eucalyptus for the bouquets and bouts. White hydrangea would go in antique aqua mason jars (belonging to my future hubby :3), and cottage roses would be floated in small bowls as centerpieces.

  5. The soft purple grey of thistles, drape from some red amaranthus, maybe peonies or something as full for the bouquet. Iris and delphiniums for pops of purple as table centerpieces.

  6. I would love to use white anemones, ranunculus and sweet pea or hydrangea in my bouquet and the bridesmaid’s bouquets. Anemones for the men would look stunning too–I LOVE their dark centers! For centerpieces, anemone and sweet pea/hydrangea in milk glass vases surrounded by votive candles… I’m getting giddy just thinking about the sea of flowers and candlelight!

  7. I can’t get the Blooms by the Box site to open, but I can tell you I’m a sucker for ranunculus, sweet pea and anemone. I’d like to incorporate some or all of these into a bouquet with either oak leaves or wheat, as we’re having an outdoor Autumn wedding with the reception at a barn.



  8. I love the white football and cremon mums as well as the white cottage roses. They would look wonderful in my milk glass vases 🙂

  9. I’m having an all-white reception, so I would LOVE their white hydrangeas and peonies.

  10. What a great giveaway. We’re getting married in October and going for a harvest color scheme. I would go with sunflowers, billy balls, and mums

  11. I must have those burgundy mini calla lilies for the bouquets! Since they’re mini, I would use them for bouts too! And because my reception venue is white, I think the burgundy would add such a great rich punch of color for a late fall wedding. Everything I can think of, the solution is burgundy mini callas! And blooms by the box are so well priced. You get the great feeling that $200 would actually get you a lot of flowers!! Thanks for the giveaway!!

  12. I love delphiniums and think it’s great that this website includes them! My ceremony is in a rustic setting with a lot of oak trees and think the delphiniums will ad a pop of color while still having that rustic feel.

  13. I’ve already planned on doing my own flowers for my wedding in August. But, I was in search of a credible wholesale online flowerist. I love what Blooms by the Box has to offer! I’m wanting to use all yellow flowers for my wedding.

  14. I’ve been dreaming of just very simple white and blue hydrangeas in milk glass bowls… i would totally use the gorgeous white and blue ones that they have in milk glass as centerpieces!!

  15. I am DYI-ing my sister’s flowers for her wedding and then I will be doing my own the following spring. Since I am having a French romantic themed wedding I would love to have access to blooms by the box peonies. They are so light and airy and would look perfect in my centerpieces and bridesmaid bouquets!

  16. @Heather,

    I’m so sorry you can’t get on our site!


    If you have any questions or need a wedding flower consultation email me at danielle {at} bloomsbythebox {dot} com.

    Good luck to all!

  17. I am planning the florals for one of my husbands’ lifelong friends’ wedding this summer — I’d love to surprise the bride by adding some gorgeous peonies & garden roses to the bouquets!

  18. I love those beautiful garden roses! I would love to have a random assortment of different clusters of flowers for a spring-time table setting! Some of my other favorites for this would be tulips, larkspur, freesia, and lavender; really whatever is best for the season. For a bouquet, I think white garden roses with red spray roses would look beautiful!

  19. I plan to keep things simple with a bunch of Hydrangea Large (Blue). It’s the perfect match for our sapphire blue and lime green color pallette.

  20. My fiance and I are paying for most of the wedding ourselves so we’re trying to seriously budget, but flowers are one thing we’re somewhat splurging on. We’re planning to splurge on peonies (my favorite!) using empty glass containers and jars as vases. I would love, LOVE a break from Blooms by the Box!

  21. I already have beautiful flowers for my wedding, but I would LOVE to be able to use this to get flowers for my mother and mother-in-law, as the smallest way to thank them for everything.

  22. My husband’s brother is getting married in April and I’d love to use a box of Blooms by the Box for her shower decor.

  23. If I had to choose flowers without considering prices, I would use monte casino aster (white), pompon button (yellow),pink lisianthus, white peonies (to hand out to the honored guests attending) and (my favorite flower) waxflower (cream). However, I would be happy with any kind of flower. There aren’t many flowers that I don’t like.

    I would use the flowers for centerpieces, bouquets, boutonnieres, to hand out (with a handwritten note tied on to the stem) to honor important guests.

    Although it is unlikely, I love that there is a possibility I could have real flowers for my June wedding!

  24. Love Love Love queen anne’s lace!!! Lots of it . . .maybe some baby’s breath and lots of green leaves, maybe palm.

  25. How amazing! My lovely sister is creating all of my flower arrangements- this would be a great start!

  26. Ooh, curly willow, bear grass, and I need some sheet moss for the escort card table. I’ll have to wait for the summer collection to see what’s available in white to match my background flora.

  27. I have a large blue-gray flower design on my dress, which has made selecting flower colors and shapes difficult. I have decided to go with white peonies, cream stock and a touch of pink/peach stock for bouquets. These will be added in with a few yellow stock in vases on the tables.

  28. My little sister is getting married in the Spring and wants all peonies! I want to win these flowers for her!

  29. I would love to help a friend out who is getting married soon with some flowers! I personally love the combo of some beautiful kale with pussy willows and bells of Ireland…so many options!

  30. I am getting married in July and we want to have tall vases with white or blue hydrangeas and curly willow as our ceremony decor, and green and blue hydrangeas in our bouquets and centerpieces. I want to diy as much as possible and Blooms by the Box looks like a great resource!

  31. The light pink peonies would look great for the spring wedding.

  32. hygrangeas, anemones, peonys and dusty miller. I pale pink, gray and pale orange. These are my must haves

  33. I have a fascination with greenery that has texture. I’d probably mix that with hydrangea and maybe some in season flowers when the time comes. 🙂

  34. mums, anemones and queen anne’s lace for me!

  35. I would definitely use the white hydrangeas for centerpieces! They are amazing!

  36. peonies (pink & white) will always be my flower of choice. I would display them in my collection of blue mason jars and pink depression ware my Grandma collected for my {future} wedding.

  37. I would use massive bunches of babies breath to contrast with the industrial feel of my venue (it’s a historic distillery building). And orchids are my all-time favs, so I would incorporate them into centerpieces too!

  38. To all of you who are doing your own wedding flowers, we have a wonderful resource for you. It’s our DIY guide to wedding flowers.

    Click here

    And once again, if any of you have any questions you can email me at danielle {at} bloomsbythebox {dot} com.

    Good luck!!!

  39. We’re DIYing all of our flowers and are working with a local farm to grow a bunch of lovely spring flowers. Unfortunately, they can’t grow all of the ones we’d like, so this would be amazing!

  40. I would LOVE to use Bloom by the Box’s peonies for the bouquets at our May wedding. They are such a gorgeous flower and would look great with our pink and aqua wedding.
    For centerpieces, we want to do the submerged orchids.

  41. My best friend is getting married in May and desperately needs these gorgeous flowers as her centerpieces! Peonies are a must 🙂

  42. Oh my heart would flutter if we could get some white Gerbera Daisies for our our wedding. We have spent a year collecting small milk bottles so that we could put some special flowers in them for our center pieces. I think these flowers and our adorable milk bottles we quickly become friends.

  43. I would love some of the gardenias, I’m trying to incorporate that flower into the wedding as much as I can, it means eternal love, and has a special meaning to me. I can’t afford real flowers for my wedding, since I’m paying for it myself, so this would be an amazing thing to win!

  44. I will be using fall flowers from Blooms by the Box in my wedding!

  45. id love to use white freesia in our centerpieces! we are going for a loose organic feeling when it comes to our flowers!

  46. I’m planning to use a ton of bright, colorful flowers for the centerpeices on our tables at the weddings. Their peonies, chrysanthemums and snapdragons are beautiful!

  47. I would love to use Hydrangea (preferably antique, but I’ve been told by 2 florists that they are not available in early June) as well as pink Peony. Most importantly I would carry them both in my bouquet and pin a peony to my handsome groom. I would also love to have them line my aisle hanging from shepards hooks and adorn my reception tables.

  48. Oh my goodness! What an awesome giveaway! I’m actually coo coo for Peonies! I think it would be awesome to have clusters of them in all different bottles, vases, jars and short little mercury glass votives on each table- instead of one large centerpiece.

  49. I would love beautiful roses to make hanging flower balls!

  50. Ranunculas and garden roses for centerpieces!!

  51. I’d use Limonium (Misty Blue), Delphinium (Dark Blue), Stock (Cream), Hypericum (Green), and lots more!

  52. Where to begin when there’s so many choices?! Such a great site and resource for brides! I LOVED that the site has sunflowers. I plan to scatter some around the reception site, having bridesmaids carry them, and placing some in pitcher-like vases in memory of my late grandmother who I adored, and she adored sunflowers. They always make me think of her and I would love having a reminder there of her at my wedding since she can’t physically be there.

  53. I’m still deciding on exact flowers for my white/cream/yellow color scheme, but it’s awesome to see so many choices!!

  54. For our vintage inspired fall wedding I would use the white football mums, both in the bridesmaids bouquets paired with some hypericum (excellent flair)and in some of our milk glass and/or mason jar vases we are using as centerpieces. I would also use the queen annes lace and the mini burgundy and orange calla lilies in our centerpieces.

  55. I’d love to order some of the pink and white peonies, seeded eucalyptus, pink and white lisianthus, Gyspophila, white stock, white freesia, and some others from local florists! Amazing giveaway – thanks for the chance to win!

  56. i would get the floral prep so i could try my hand at the boutineers for our men!

  57. I would use a single stem of the mini purple calla lilies for each of the men’s boutonnieres. I would line serving plates for hors d’oeuvre with Monstera and a huge bunch of peonies for my bouquet.

  58. Wow! I have been wanting to do the boutonnieres myself for my wedding but have yet to find a place to buy the flowers, this is great! I would use pussy willow stems, billy balls and peonies as center pieces.

  59. Blooms by the Box is awesome, because I LOVE when websites make DIY bridal projects sound totally possible and fun.

    I’m having a may wedding, and right now I’m really drawn to bold purple tulips. So pretty!

  60. My color is lavender/lilac and we are going to do white roses and other white flowers with some lavender colors mixed in. The boutinniers? I would like white roses and we are having 2 large bouquets, one on each side of the arch. We are also trying to come up with something for the table centerpieces and the bridal table.

  61. @Hillary

    Thanks so much! We believe that DIY’ing your wedding is not only cost effective, but also easy and fun!

  62. One more thing, if any of you brides-to-be out there need inspiration or just some tips and tricks for your wedding flowers, check out our BloomsBlog!

    Click here to see it 🙂

  63. I love the wildflower look and really like the fillers and the larkspur flowers on the site! It would fit nicely into my garden wedding!

  64. I would spend all $200 on light pink peonies! All I want for my June wedding is peonies, everywhere!!

  65. I would use hydrangeas and peonies for my wedding bouquet!

  66. This website is great! I want bright colorful flowers for my reception centerpieces so this would be the perfect touch!

  67. Our wedding is in June and I had already planned on doing my own flowers since we are working with a small budget. Winning this contest would help us out soooo much! I would get yellow ranunculus, sweet peas, and white hydrangeas to use in blue mason jars & antique medicine bottles I’ve been collecting for the past year. Keeping my fingers crossed & hoping to win!

  68. Oh, my! What a great new resource! I’m so partial to peonies and hydrangea, but any flower in quantity can be magnificent.

  69. The gerber daisies, hydrangeas, and peonies! The snapdragons! There is so much here that we could incorporate into the wedding–from bouquets to centerpieces. How exciting! 🙂

  70. Larkspur, billy balls, tulips, sunflowers. These flowers would look great in my centerpieces and for my girls bouquets.
    So many beautiful flowers to choose from at great prices…Winning this giveaway would be amazing 🙂

  71. Thank you all for your positive feedback! We love helping brides DIY their weddings with flowers!

    And a BIG thank you to Maddy! The Inspired Bride is truly, well… inspiring! And we are so happy to be a part of your 2nd anniversary.

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