Laura Whitmore Collaborates with Moonpig to Create ‘The Laura’ Bouquet

Thursday, 22nd October 2020, 7:27 am
Updated Thursday, 22nd October 2020, 7:29 am

Moonpig is delighted to announce their partnership with broadcaster, author & TV presenter Laura Whitmore. We have teamed up to create a beautiful floral bouquet named ‘The Laura’.

The bouquet, available now from Moonpig.com has been designed by Laura and Moonpig’s in-house flower team and features some of Laura’s favourite flowers and colour pallets.

The bouquet pays homage to Laura’s vibrant personality and love of yellow florals, featuring big bright yellow gerberas and yellow roses, with the inclusion of dainty flowers such as tanacetum which mimics daisies that grow wild, and dainty foliages green bell and eucalyptus.

To bring the bouquet to life, Laura invited Moonpig into her North London home where her dog Mick was eager to get involved in the flower arranging action. Together we have created a video how-to guide on how to keep ‘The Laura’ fresh and blossoming and Laura reveals how she turned green-fingered in lockdown.

Laura Whitmore said of the collaboration: “During lockdown, it was very hard to get fresh flowers, there's something about getting a bunch of flowers that are just extra sentimental and thoughtful. There’s nothing nicer than getting someone a bouquet. It doesn’t have to be for a birthday, it can be for no reason at all… I love bright colours in my house and yellow is one of my favourite colours for roses, they symbolise friendship and bring me back to certain times in my childhood. One of my favourite things about the bouquet is the amount of stems, it is the perfect size bouquet to divide between two vases”

Roxanne Hartley, Head of Flowers at Moonpig said: “Laura personifies vibrancy and personality and it's great to have such a colourful bouquet when we're starting to see the nights draw in and weather change, it can really provide such an uplifting feeling to any home it’s in.”

‘The Laura’ costs £32 and is available on Moonpig.com until 15 January 2021.