What would you usually classify as an elegant colour? For me, it has to be white. So when I saw a Flowers for Her basket with a white colour scheme going, I cannot help but think "Wow, that is one elegant looking basket" then proceed to go a bit photo snap happy with it.
I don't know, something about the simplicity, unfussyness and how clean it looks makes it really stand out to me. I'm not sure what flowering plant Katarzya chose for it in the end, but the purpose of this photo I chose a white bloom to go with the basket, further enhancing the clean aestetic appeal. This basket is Barbara in Brittas Bay, IE. We're not sure what the occasion is though, as the sender had not included a gift card message with their order. Our customer service team is on the case right now, trying to see if the lack of a message was intentional or not.
Speaking of gift messages, there was one which caught my eye while I was glancing at the paperwork today.
For the gift card of this Fruit & Chocolate basket, the sender had wrote a congratulatory note for the recipients in Bray, IE, for the 'stubborn' arrival of baby Finn. Stubborn? Oh dear, that sounds like a baby who was either determined to be born at a time of their choosing. Kind of like one of my sisters, which according to my mum, was the worst pregnancy she had ever experience because Sarah took forever to arrive. We hope this gift basket would serve to brighten you day, Finn and parents.
Now, the last fruit basket of the day I want to cover is actually a very old one. I think it was created something like.... 4 years ago?
Let me present you the Fresh Fruit & Vine basket. Cheri (Warsaw, US) is sending this as an Easter gift to Padraig (Athboy, IE) It's a basket filled with seasonal and caribbean fruit, paired with a duo of wines (1 red; 1 white). I guess it goes to show that the combination of wine and fruit never grows old?