Florists in Singapore
If diamonds are too atas for your lady, flowers are probably her best friend. And even if she says, “No lah don’t waste money”, there’s one thing you need to know: she’ll still feel like the luckiest girl alive while cradling a bouquet from a loved one.
Perfect for all occasions, flowers also make great apology gifts if you’ve had an argument with bae and want to make up for it. But sometimes, it can be hard to choose the right bouquet when there are thousands of options available.
Furthermore, it can be tricky when Asians are pantang about the choice of colours. You definitely don’t want to get white flowers for your mother-in-law!
With some florists screwing up hundreds of orders on Valentine’s day this year, we found 28 reliable options across various price points that will make bouquet-buying a little easier.
*sorted by starting prices
1. Petite Fleur
Petite Fleur claims to use flowers that last longer than average. The website is also helpfully categorised by type of occasion, so it’ll be easier to pick out the bouquet of your choice.
You probably knew Far East Flora sold wholesale flowers, but they also sell classic bouquets at pocket-friendly prices.
Price: From $29.90
Thomson Outlet: 565 Thomson Road 298184
City Square Mall: 180 Kitchener Road #B1-16, Singapore 208539
Phone Number: 6251 2323
Facebook Page: FarEastFlora.com Pte Ltd
Instagram Page: @fefcom
Besides custom bouquets, The Enchanted Tree offers “daily pick” bouquets at $30. They sell out quickly, so fastest fingers first!
A family-run business, Mirage Flowers provides an extensive list of services and products—they even sell terrariums!
Delivering to both Singapore and Malaysia, Floratorie.co’s bouquets tends toward a pastel colour palette. They also conduct flower arrangement workshops.
With humble beginnings as a heartland florist, Windflower Florist aims to make every day special with simple and affordable bouquets.
7. Keira Floral
Besides her gorgeous arrangements, founder Lowee conducts bouquet workshops at Keira Floral. They also sell floral crowns and Scottish soaps!
Specialising in Korean-style bouquets, the founder of First Sight Singapore specifically made numerous trips to South Korea to perfect her floristry skills!
Having been around for a good 20 years, Bloomeys is renowned for its good service and affordable price point.
Charlotte Puxley brings her years of experience in the UK to Tiong Bahru, where she creates her arrangements and holds occasional classes. They also offer plant styling and installation services.
Price: From $50
Address: 79 Chay Yan Street, #01-02 Tiong Bahru, Singapore 160079 [by appointment only]
Phone Number: 6904 4980
Facebook Page: Charlotte Puxley Flowers
Instagram Page: @charlottepuxleyflowers
11. Flowers and Jars
Specialising in mason jar bouquets, Flowers and Jars has expanded into bespoke bouquets and wedding decor. If you want a more unconventional flower arrangement, go for a Mason Jar Posy!
From subscription services to bespoke bouquets, Fleuriste provides bouquets, flower stands, hampers, wedding services, and more. They also do flower arrangement workshops.
13. Roses Only
An international brand, Roses Only provides a selection of roses at different quantities and colours. They also sell bouquets with additional gifts such as champagne, chocolate, and cufflinks for different occasions.
Besides conventional bouquets, they also do flower boxes, flower carriers, and gift boxes—one even includes a bottle of Moet.
15. Shop Wonderland
A cafe, florist, retail store and workshop studio all in one, Shop Wonderland is the ultimate floral-inspired space. They also do regular floral jamming sessions.
16. Hello Flowers!
A social enterprise floral studio, Hello Flowers! partners with various social service agencies and volunteer groups to provide on-job training and ad hoc jobs. They also sell a snack bouquet, where snacks will be delivered with gorgeous flowers.
17. Skinny Blooms
With the slogan “love made visible”, Skinny Blooms provides both fresh and preserved bouquets, centrepieces and wedding floristry.
18. With Every Bloom
19. Smile Floral
Smile Floral takes the stress out of decorating event spaces by offering express delivery services. Apart from customisable bouquets, they also offer hampers, cakes, dessert table arrangements and more.
20. The Bloom Room
Besides quirky bouquet arrangements, The Bloom Room also sells vessels, tools, and materials to DIY flower arrangements at home.
A truly bespoke florist, each design at Fleurapy is conceptualised from scratch with the customer’s aesthetic preferences and story in mind.
For forgetful boyfriends, fret not—they offer a “Forget Me Not” service, where you can order up to five bouquets to be sent automatically on special dates throughout the year!
A luxury florist, You and No Other has a “One Life, One Love” rule where you can only send flowers to one person for the rest of your life. So please—make sure your SO is your ride or die!
24. Fiona Treadwell
Her Instagram page is a visual delight, and her flowers even more so. A mother of two, lady boss Fiona began her business after creating her own bouquets and flower arrangements for her wedding.
With wild, eye-catching bouquets, visit Poppy Flora Studio if you’re looking for something more unconventional. They also conduct an apprenticeship program and offer free flower arranging tutorials online.
26. Floral Magic
A family-run business, Floral Magic prides itself in the technical aspects of floral arrangement with professionally-trained staff. With lush floral and botanical styling, these bouquets won’t disappoint.
27. Sing See Soon
A family-owned business for five generations, they’re one of the mainstays in the floral industry. You can’t go wrong with their classic designs!
A former journalist, Benita’s style is described as “rustic, romantic, elegant, and occasionally surprising and wild”.
With 28 different florists to choose from, you’re definitely spoiled for choice. Now there’s certainly no excuse not to treat your SO like the special people they are, be it on your anniversary, Valentine’s’ day, or just because.