Getting flowers delivered is a tricky task. It's all about customisation – you don't want a generic bouquet of a gazillion roses, you should be aiming for something thoughtful, meaningful and reflective of the person you're sending it to. In other words, delivering flowers to someone takes some planning and also sourcing out the best places to do it. Well, we've done that bit for you and rounded some of the best flower delivery services around town who specialise in making bespoke arrangements. Take your pick and soon you'll be making someone else's day.
If you prefer picking out flowers at the comfort of your home, have them arranged by pro florists and delivered straight to your doorstep with free same-day delivery, look no further than online florist Flower Addict. Alternatively, smell the roses and style your own bouquet by signing up for its engaging workshops or make an appointment to drop by their showroom for more floral goodness.
Fresh flowers? Charlotte Puxley. A name that has become synonymous with flowers in Singapore, there's no arguing that the arrangments and bouquets are quite the most beauftiful you'll see. Her style is based on the English countryside, with a slight adaptation to the tropics so expect wild and wonderful bouquets that come in all shapes, colours and textures. One thing's for sure, each arrangement is unique. Same day deliveries are also possible for when you need a bouquet to be sent to that special person pronto.
Never miss an important event with The Floral Atelier – and you'll make some people happy along the way as well. The Forget Me Not service allows you to select five dates every year to send a bouquet to a special person so you look good. It also has Bloom Boxes where flowers are presented in beautiful and elegant round boxes so you never have to go searching for a vase.
Inspire serious Instagram envy with the hand-tied bouquets and perfect floral arrangements of head florist Aude Giraud at Ask a French Flowers. Trained in Paris and Singapore, Aude has worked for private clients and corporate ones like Chanel. Like pieces of art, her arrangements take inspiration from the beauty of wild nature and classic still life paintings so you can expect effortless but beautiful bouquets that are both rustic and poetic. No two arrangements are the same so if you need a unique bunch delivered to someone's office, this is the place
Trading her pen for a pair of gardening scissors, former advertising executive Sarah Lim followed her love for all things beautiful when she founded Poppy Flora Studio in 2000. Lim and her team handcraft every bouquet you see in the store. Don’t expect uniformly rounded globes of roses – each flower is allowed to curve and bend to create an airy, bountiful and vibrant mix that looks as if, as Lim describes, they’re ‘dancing’. If you place your order before 2pm, you might be able to get your arrangement sent out on the same itself.
Fleurapy started with the simple aim of administering ‘flower therapy’ through its thoughtful floral creations. Bringing your wildest flower imaginations to life, Fleurapy starts conceptualising an arrangement with your story or artistic preferences. Receiving an arrangement from them is the same thing as getting a personalised or bespoke gift. Make that special person happy with a bouquet to make their day.
Ordering flowers from Triceratops website is the fun part. The user-friendly site will let users choose the budget, the recipient’s personal style and favourite colour before the good folks at Triceratops start putting together something. If you like vibrant, fun and unconventional bouquets, get your arrangements done with Triceratops.