Attention any and all male suitors: I do not want roses or peonies or carnations or any other flower you'll find in the grocery store. Why would I when 1-800-Flowers is selling an edible unicorn bouquet? It's the ultimate romantic gesture-well, that and the pickle bouquet.
The floral and gourmet food delivery service is currently selling a "Dazzingly Unicorn Delight bouquet" that is as delicious to eat as it is charming to display. "Our sweet, fairytale fruit bouquet features juicy unicorn-shaped pineapple slices, dipped and decorated with colorful manes and golden horns and arrives in an enchanted pink bowl," the description reads. You read the part about unicorn-shaped pineapple, RIGHT!?
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The fresh fruit arrangement not only includes white- and milk chocolate-dipped pineapple, it's also stocked with plain mini star pineapples, oranges, cantaloupe, strawberries, grapes, and honeydew skewers. It's arranged on a lettuce and kale base, but like, you're not required to eat that part of it. In fact, I discourage it. Stick with the sweet stuff for this one.
Though the edible unicorn bouquet will cost you $70, let me tell you: They're not skimping on quality or quantity. The bouquet serves 9 people-or one very hungry recipient.
This trend is two-fold. Obviously, the internet loves unicorns, but people also love weird bouquets. Brides are swapping traditional floral arrangements for cotton candy (GENIUS, right?), flower-shaped beef jerky became a thing, and then Olive Garden sold breakfast bouquets for Valentine's Day. It just comes down to simple fact: Food > flowers.
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