Stuck for ways to spoil the woman in your life this International Women's Day?

It's Wheely easy gifting

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International Women's Day - also abbreviated to IWD—is a women's rights movement, which is celebrated globally on 8 March. 

IWD champions gender equality across all aspects of life, including reproductive rights, and raises awareness about other issues, including violence and abuse against women. 

Wheely, a luxury chauffeuring service for travellers worldwide, has taken a stand to support IWD in the best way possible. 

The service has launched a pop-up bouquet delivery service to mark the annual celebration of women, so you can show the females in your life how special they are. 

As part of the pop-up shop customers can order unique bouquets using carefully selected flower suppliers, who deliver stunning florals and share eco-conscious values, which are curated into handcrafted bouquets with a London-based florist. 

Each bouquet will include seasonal stems, such as Ranunculus, full-bodied hydrangeas and more, all of which will follow the soft blush pink and cream colour scheme as a nod to IWD. 

Customers can select to have a handwritten note sent alongside their bouquet to make your gift even more personal—yes please. 

The Wheely bouquet pop-up shop takes care of everything; from the bouquet to the message, and delivery. It couldn't be simpler, all you have to do is download the Wheely app on your smartphone, or smart device, select the bouquet service and pay. 

If you do want to add a personal message, add your message into the delivery instructions section for it to be handwritten and sent with your blooms. 

This unique service is exclusively available to shop on the Wheely app from now until 8 March, and your bouquet will be delivered within the one-hour window you selected on 8 March by a Wheely chauffeur. 

Shoppers can choose to pre-order their delivery from 5 March for a guaranteed delivery time, or place your order on the day to then select from a two-hour window, but only while stock lasts. 

Wheely will donate a portion of profits made from each bouquet to UN Women's Turkey & Syria Emergency Appeal, to help provide relief, protection, hope and safety for women effected following the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck south-eastern Turkey, close to the north-western Syrian border. 

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Maisie Bovingdon

Maisie is a writer and editor, covering Royal News, Showbiz, Lifestyle content, as well as Shopping Writing and E-Commerce, for print and digital publications, including Marie Claire, Hello!, Fabulous, Mail Online and Yahoo!.