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Roseshire delivers stunning “Beauty and the Beast” rose collection to your belle’s home

in Disney, Merchandise, Movies, Movies & TV

As Disney’s live-action “Beauty and the Beast” continues to climb the box office charts, luxury rose company Roseshire has partnered with Disney to offer a chance to surprise your special someone with some of the most beautiful flowers around.

The limited-edition Beauty and the Beast rose collection is inspired by the fantasy of the “enchanted rose” from the film. A dozen (or more) luxury roses can delivered right to your doorstep in a themed box that promises “an experience unto itself.”

While that may sound like PR speak, the service does live up to expectations, not only in the beauty of the large roses that are included but also in the presentation.

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The Beauty and the Beast collection features a character-inspired design on the interior and exterior of the box boxes and roses in the hues of either traditional red or Belle-inspired “red-fringed” yellow.

Roseshire ships their handmade products overnight nationwide with each rose carefully chosen, manicured, and affixed with individual water tubes to ensure freshness and health upon arrival.

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When Roseshine offered to send me a couple dozen, I initially scoffed at the notion of “luxury” roses. But as soon as I opened the package, I was quite impressed by how beautiful, fragrant, and colorful these roses were compared to those found at your average, everyday supermarket or even florist.

But “luxury” does come with quite a hefty price tag, either $109 for a dozen roses or $189 for two dozen. They’re guaranteed to last around a week with proper care, and even longer if you enjoy the look of wilting roses, which pretty closely matches that famous rose from the film as the pedals fall away.

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If you have the extra money to spend, this box would be the ultimate stunning surprise for the belle in your life.

Get more information and order at Roseshire’s web site.

1 Comment


  1. The limited-edition Beauty and the Beast rose collection is inspired by the fantasy of the “enchanted rose” from the film”
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