When you care enough to send the very best, skip the Hallmark cards and flowers and ship a bouquet of donuts to a loved one.
It's a thing. A bunch of donut bouquet shops have popped up around the globe. Here's what I could find:
-- Los Angeles: Donut Princess LA, prices start at $20 for three donuts
-- London: Donut Bouquets, prices start at £34.99 (~$48.87) for eight donuts, delivered in a "luxurious black box"
-- Australia (various cities): Dessertboxes.com.au, prices start at $78 AUD (~$61.15) for eight donuts, also in a fancy box
-- Las Vegas and Henderson: The Donut Bouquet, prices at $49.95 for a dozen, customizations available
This is not to be confused with the evil clown donut delivery service.
image via Donut Princess LA
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