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Asked by Anonymous

Updated 3d ago

Where can I buy affordable but modern flower bouquets in Singapore?

My anniversary is coming up soon... Really hoping to get some good advice on this! Because I always feel like I'm overpaying for flowers. Recommendations are very welcome! Replacement ideas also for flowers would be really cool :)

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There are some online florist you can order from. But why not try something else beside flowers?

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It will be able to last longer and will not seem too average pattern.

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Maybe some nice chocolate from Dark Gallery, or some Rose Wine, or crystal

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Christophe Randy
Christophe Randy,
Level 2. Rookie
Answered on 26 Sep 2018

if you live near East Coast there are great flower shops on Sims Avenue 300m before Paya Lebar. Great selection of cut orchids at a good price.

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Yong Kah Hwee
Yong Kah Hwee,
Level 6. Master
Answered on 26 Sep 2018

you can try Xpress flowers!

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Eva Lim
Eva Lim,
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Answered on 26 Sep 2018

I get my flowers from this carouseller: https://carousell.com/mumsworkshop

Very nice lady who does this to spend her retirement time. I got my bridal bouquet and car deco from her, and what she quoted me was half of what other people were quoting. Since then my hubby has been getting flowers from her for special occasions 😁

If you've a certain floral arrangement you want, just send her the picture, she'll let you know her quote.

If you've no particular flowers to buy, you can try https://www.happybunch.com.sg. They make specific combination of flowers daily, and only charge $35 including delivery.

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Firstly, nv attempt wet market.

We had a discussion at seedly few months ago abt flowers for engagement surprise.

I checked out the flowers at wet market and really no quality to speak of.

The next cheapest flower u can get will be Sheng Siong but u will be easily exposed.

Another cheap alternative will be taobao but u really need to plan early and u risk damage in the shipping but if no damage, the flowers will be quality and quantity.

For local cheaper alternative for now is Carousell and the waiting time is shorter.

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Jin Shun Chia
Jin Shun Chia

27 Sep 2018

I thought wet market is ok, haha. It’s the flower arrangements that matters no?
Kenichi Xi
Kenichi Xi

27 Sep 2018

The quality is really different.
Tina Sharon Lee
Tina Sharon Lee,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 26 Sep 2018

Florists are now very expensive. You can try happybunch. The cheapest bouquet is about 35sgd including delivery. Or you could head out to Cold Storage early in the morning and get their readily prepared bouquets from 10.80 onwards. Buy a roll of ribbons from daiso for 2sgd and you are ready to go! It's the thought that counts!! Happy Anniversary and many more to come. 😍

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HZ HaMniz
HZ HaMniz,
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Answered on 26 Sep 2018

First time I bought was on online flower shop with delivery. A small bouquet cost me ard 70 with free delivery (very lucky!). The second time i bought was on Carousell. Cheaper and handmade flower soap. There is a delivery but usually it will be cheaper if the delivery address is near their location.

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As long as it's not getting flowers on Valentine's day. It's terrible that day.

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I usually Googled and found this today :

https://thehoneycombers.com/singapore/best-florists-singapore-flower-delivery-workshops/

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I'll check them out one by one online reading the Google review. Subsequently, in order to customize and personalize it. I tried getting from the market and do the mix and wrapping myself. Save the $ for meals or gift if you're more into DIY πŸ˜„πŸ‘

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Happy shopping πŸ˜„

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HC Tang
HC Tang

26 Sep 2018

Haha. Made of gold sia😜 more like a big big bouquet for s/1 lor. End up no ROI also 😭
Jia Xin
Jia Xin

10 Apr 2019

Wah... SGD 200 for 3 stalk rose... rose must be gold! They are not so expensive esp if you order before hand. :)
Jia Xin
Jia Xin,
Level 2. Rookie
Answered on 06 Apr 2019

You can try Soapnpetals. It is near So sofitel Singapore.

They offer pretty classy bouquets and have flower delivery in Singapore too.

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Teresa Wu
Teresa Wu,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 27 Sep 2018

Oh! How about doing something different this year, like making a paper bouquet, there are lots of youtube tutorials on them or going for a flower/succulents arrangement class together?

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I tried the enchanted tree once and found that the delivery is prompt and prices are ok πŸ‘ŒπŸ» 30 dollars with free delivery

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Julia Chan
Julia Chan,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered on 27 Sep 2018

Go for a vacation instead, buy something different every year like even a gold class movie ticket, or try a new sport/class together

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Jonathan Chia Guangrong
Jonathan Chia Guangrong, Fund Manager at JCG Fund
Level 6. Master
Answered on 26 Sep 2018

Someolthing reasonable yet looks nice for 30 bucks. Variety changes everyday https://www.theenchantedtree.com.sg/30-daily-picks.html. Alternatively I'll buy from far east flora. Their online selection is actually rather reasonably priced, especially for sunflower bouquets

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Leong Wen Fong
Leong Wen Fong,
Level 6. Master
Answered on 26 Sep 2018
  1. Lessthanatree - you can check out their instagram page here.

My friend started selling her own, and it's pretty damn good. Go and see for yourself! Very customisable too!

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  1. Honeycombers - someone mentioned it before already. They are quite well known, and their prices are reasonable!

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  1. DIY There are many wholesale flowershops in Tai Seng (thats where most companies get flowers) and the aunty can recommend you some. Afterwhich, you can google/youtube some arrangement tutorials (please watch them before going to buy so you don't buy wrongly). High effort, but very homemade!

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Kdz
Kdz,
Level 3. Wonderkid
Answered 3d ago

You may want to check out The Flower Godmother . You can sort the price low to high, can costomize. Have some quite unique arrangements. She's been doing it for years, week in week out. Just another local entrepreneurial friend of mine.

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Shama Floral
Shama Floral,
Level 1. Freshie
Updated 4d ago

I ordered a wedding anniversary flower bouquet from Floralsingapore.com and they are having a gorgeous flower collection for wedding anniversaries. They are providing free message on the card. I forwarded my personalized message to my loved one. They did an awesome customer support.

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Jay Liu
Jay Liu, Sleepyhead at Land of Dreams
Level 6. Master
Answered on 28 Sep 2018

Can try out giving a search in carousell. I'm sure there's sellers catered to this.

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