Rosephoria Everlasting Roses

Aug 6, 2018

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In all likelihood, we don’t have to tell you that when it comes to relationships, it’s the little things that matter most to your significant other. Small thoughts and efforts outside of major holidays that go a long way in showcasing the desire for longevity.

That’s where Rosephoria comes in – curating ethically sourced roses from local farmers that will last up to a year in their sleek enclosed case. It’s all thanks to the combination of luxury crystal glass and their mission to provide the best roses available that meet strict environmental standards. And aside from the popular red rose, they also offer real and authentic black, blue, pink and yellow variants as well that suit just about any occasion. Available now.

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Purchase: $112 (w/Promo Code)

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