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bednobs | 21:19 Fri 02nd Jan 2015 | Shopping
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I want to send something to thank our christmas hosts, something like a bouquet, but does anyone have any ideas for something unusaul? i saw a chocolate "bouquet" on one site, but it was a bit pricey

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I used http://www.serenataflowers.com/ to send a Christmas basket to a relative. It arrived in 24 hours (free delivery) and, according to the relative, was absolutely beautiful.
23:50 Fri 02nd Jan 2015
http://www.bunches.co.uk/

You can send flowers and chocolates. Great site.
Moonpig do a good selection of flowers, chocolates and gifts bednobs.
Not sure of your budget but you can get retro sweet hampers if they like particular sweets and such:

http://www.retro-sweet.co.uk/
Not very interesting, perhaps, but I'd appreciate an M&S voucher.
Gift card, I mean.

www.flyingflowers.co.uk/
FREE delivery on flowers
I can't find a better example on a quick search but balloon bouquets are different, a friend got some in a large box and they were lovely and different.

http://www.findmeagift.co.uk/balloon-bouquet-mixed-flower-balloons.html?gclid=CNW8yPaY9sICFSfLtAod2GUA7w

You can get all kinds of personalised ones.
I was sent a box of 12 cupcakes once, they went down well.
I got a box of personalised cupcakes for a birthday gift and loved them, they came in such a beautiful box tied with a ribbon, I still have the box which I keep my sewing and knitting accessories in.
Eve can you remember where they came from? I'd like to get some for a relative.
I used http://www.serenataflowers.com/ to send a Christmas basket to a relative. It arrived in 24 hours (free delivery) and, according to the relative, was absolutely beautiful.
not cheap, but these people are excellent value
http://plants4presents.co.uk
I wouldn't worry about needing to be being too unusual as a bunch of flowers is always appreciated. Especially at this time of year when the decorations have come down, they are a refreshing change. I imagine the host would prefer them now to anymore food or chocolate.
I once sent a bouquet of leeks, the recipient was delighted.
I wanted to send a bouquet to OZ but it was too expensive for me, they said that was the most expensive place to send one too at Interflora
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