Red Radiance Box Rose Set

  • Give a radiant gift to someone special in your life to show them how radiant they are. Toronto Blooms' Red Radiance Box Rose Set is bold, alluring, and the perfect gift for any romantic occasion. This flower gift can be upgraded and combined with champagne, wine or chocolates and other gourmet delights. 

  • This bouquet includes a bunch of red roses and berries gathered together in a stylized box. If you wish, you can add any wine, champagne, beer, liquor or gourmet gifts from our list of add-ons to this gift. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 64 reviews
27%
(17)
9%
(6)
3%
(2)
5%
(3)
56%
(36)
K
Kaitlyn Donaghy
Disappointing Delivery and Not as Pictured!!!

This delivery arrived two days earlier than I had selected and was thrown from the delivery truck onto the recipients porch - luckily they were home to receive and the glass bottle of champagne inside did not break.

The flowers delivered were squished / dying and were bright orange and hot pink with no eucalyptus vs. the photo while ordering that showed eucalyptus and pastel coloured roses. SUPER disappointing experience and I was embarrassed to have these flowers delivered to this person.

R
RENNIE ALI
Nice bouquet .. but

the petals were wilted sadly. It served its purpose - brought a smile to her face. But for what it cost - I was slightly embarrassed when I saw the drab flowers. Also it looked nothing like the photo online.

E
Emily Risley
Awful.

If I could give this 0 stars I would. The "roses" they sent were carnations and they arrived 24 hours after my friends birthday - I should mention I didn't use same day I ordered a few days ahead of time knowing that its Covid and things might be backed up. Like don't advertise that you'll get it there on time when I'm giving several days notice. Will never use this company again. You don't get what you pay for that's for sure.

M
Marjorie Augeri
so disappointed

Flowers dead within 24 hours

M
Melanie Stafford
What was meant to be a lovely gesture turned into a headache

Despite giving a phone number for delivery to expressly prevent flowers from being left in the wrong spot, no effort to reach the person was made. I received an email claiming that the flowers had successfully been delivered to my friend, insinuating that a hand delivery had been made, but when I contacted her she didn't know about them and hadn't received a phone call. She went searching throughout her building and bumped into her neighbour, who happened to mention she had them at her door (in a completely different part of the building). My friend then sent me a picture of what she received, which was far from what we had ordered.
What I ordered (with note): https://torontoblooms.ca/products/heart-mind-box-rose-set
What we received (without note or name attached): https://torontoblooms.ca/collections/mixed-bouquets/products/colourful-radiance-flower-box-set
What I was told when I signaled the mistake: "Thank you for your response and for providing the photos requested. We've reviewed the images and details of your order thoroughly, and we can confirm that the recipient received the flowers intended for them. We're sorry to inform you that the condition of the flowers delivered do not warrant a replacement or compensation. Based on the images submitted for review, the condition in which the flowers were delivered is nearly identical to their appearance prior to when they were dispatched from the warehouse.
In some instances, the photos on the website may represent an overall theme which cannot be exactly replicated. Occasionally, substitutions of flowers will occur due to weather, seasonality and market conditions affecting availability. We're sorry if this isn't the response you were hoping for, or if the flowers happened to fall short of your expectations. Thank you or your understanding."
When sending in a request for support, there was no "wrong flowers delivered" option and the closest thing was "damaged or missing flowers". It seems like the automatic response comes from the idea that the flowers would be damaged when my communication clearly stated that it was the wrong bouquet.