Happy Tuesday! It was a crazy whirlwind of a birthday weekend, but I have officially turned 33. Can’t believe I started writing this blog when I was 24 – and some of you probably remember my 25th birthday! I’m working on a birthday recap, but first I have a delicious dinner to share and a sweet smelling offer below!
The Bouqs Company sent me a few of their bouquets to showcase, and boy are these some show-stopping flowers!
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Moreover, all flowers are grown at sustainable, eco-friendly farms that follow strict responsible farming practices and are 3rd party certified by Veriflora and The Rainforest Alliance.
While you might keep your vases filled with local farmers market flowers in the summer, during the colder months or when you want to send a gift to someone far away, this makes such a great solution. It’s always warm on the volcano!
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The above bouquet is called Meteorite. Not only are these flowers totally gorgeous with their pops of vibrant color, the package comes with two different bouquets so I had enough to spread them around in jars.
My second bouqut was called Bonfire, which I selected in honor of autumn!
I put it in our master bathroom for a touch of glamour. More than its beauty, the bouquet’s smell was so lovely in the small space!
Last week we had the Struckmanns over for dinner and made an elegant meal served next to the vases.
We panko-crusted and baked some Sable fish, dolled up greens for a salad and made this coconut crusted squash to round out the meal.
We made a mixture of 4 parts coconut, 1 part butter and 2 parts brown sugar and spread it out on the squash while they baked.
While it didn’t stick as well as it did the first time we did this, it sure tasted good!
The non-fancy side of the table was all smiles : )
Thanks to The Bouqs Company for sponsoring this post
and making our dinner table a bit more glamorous!