Yes we want flowers any time, any day – whatever your special occasion may be, here’s where to get the most gorgeous bouquets and floral arrangements.
We don’t need an excuse like Valentine’s Day or Mother’s Day to get a bunch of flowers – playing with fresh blooms and gazing at a gorgeous bunch is one serious hit of happiness we can do with any day. For the fellow flower addicts and the lovely people picking up a bouquet to make someone’s day (high five, you!), we’ve picked out the florists in Singapore with spectacular style. Plus, online delivery services with beautiful flowers and studios in Singapore you can drop in on to collect your pretty petals.
Best florists in Singapore
Yes, we all sighed in despair when we heard about Shop Wonderland’s closure. If you miss those gorgeous flowers, we have some good news for you. Cue the oohs and aahs, the blooms are back. Now known as Wonderland Botanicals, you’ll find head florist Melissa Wang assembling floral arrangements with a nod to nature and the seasons. Think a modern-day high street florist that focuses on aesthetics, the freshest seasonal picks and lush foliage that’ll brighten anyone’s day. Shop online by occasion, price or style; get a market bundle of single variety bouquets, dried flowers, a gift box or a floral stand – whatever you’re looking for, there are plenty of options (including same-day delivery) for you to choose.
Wonderland Botanicals, #08-06, Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Road, Singapore 169074; also available online.
The Daily Blooms
Wanna get your hands on a bouquet of flowers in a box? Get your Instagrammable gift from The Daily Blooms. This highly reviewed florist launches a new bloom box design ($35 with free delivery) every week so keep an eye out for it on Saturdays! For that special someone, up the ante with a fresh flower musical box ($49.90) that’ll knock their socks off. Plus, the box is detachable so they can keep it forever. We love how The Daily Blooms makes flower gifting affordable with bouquets under $50. Also, there’s free (and fast) shipping islandwide with a minimum purchase of $35.
The Daily Blooms, available online.
One Hour Florist
Need a bouquet in a jiffy? One Hour Florist has you covered. This top-rated florist delivers bespoke bouquets to your door in just an hour! (Delivery is free, too.) Started by a group of flower lovers, the folks behind this store have 10 to 20 years of experience as florists – no wonder they can put together beautiful bouquets quickly. You can also select teddy bears and balloons to elevate your blooms.
One Hour Florist, available online.
Floral Garage stocks crowd-favourite blooms like roses, baby’s breath and lilies arranged in a vase, hand-carry purse or classic bouquet. Did you know you can also deliver an edible bouquet to your loved ones? This florist creates bouquets made of fruits and veggies for those who want to gift an immunity-boosting surprise. It offers free delivery and a contactless delivery option as well.
Floral Garage, available online.
Call us totally greedy, but we don’t want flowers just on special occasions. Fresh florals delivered every week that we can arrange ourselves? Yes, please. Flower Addict’s subscription service serves gorgeous blooms and major happy vibes on tap. We’ve sent and received gorgeous bunches from Flower Addict and we just have to put it out there: This little company hits the sweet spot for the most stylish, affordable blooms and brilliant service. Special occasion and you’ve left the bouquet to the last minute? Its same-day delivery service will save your skin: Add chocolates to the bunch and you’ll be in the good books for a long time. But what we really want is to join one of Flower Addict’s workshops and learn how to create gorgeous arrangements in a vase or a hand-tied posy. Divine.
Flower Addict, available online.
Do we really need a legit reason to send flowers? If you ask us, we’d say nah. Pretty blooms can be sent for every reason and no reason at all. The folks at Happy Bunch like to call them #justbecauseflowers. The darling arrangements are refreshed every single day and priced at an affordable $30, with a selection of daily bunches that’s small but beautiful and absolutely fresh. Oh, and if you order before 12.30pm, it’ll even deliver the arrangement on the same day for free. It’s all online, so won’t even have move a muscle… except those tiny ones in your fingers.
Happy Bunch, available online.
Ask a French
One look at the Instagram feed and we’re sold. Equal parts alluring and poetic, Ask a French’s blooms are inspired by nature and classic still-life paintings. Just look at that repertoire of beautiful fresh and dried flower arrangements. (We’re obsessed with the ones pictured above!) Fallen hard for the bouquets? Wait till you meet the creative mind behind them. Book a flower arrangement workshop at the beautiful atelier in Tiong Bahru and rub shoulders with Aude – you might spot her on the Instagram page!
Ask a French, available online and at the atelier in Tiong Bahru.
So you need a bouquet of flowers, pronto? Flower Chimp’s your place. Touted as the largest online florist in Southeast Asia (it also delivers to Malaysia, the Phillippines and Indonesia), there are over 200 flower arrangements to choose from here. Plus, prices start from as low as $34.90, with free islandwide delivery of flowers in Singapore. Forgot someone’s birthday or your anniversary? We won’t judge! Just make an order by 1pm and the blooms will be delivered on the same day.
Flower Chimp, available online.
The Wallflower Bud
Looking for a customised flower box filled with twinkling fairy lights and dazzling blooms? Or perhaps you’d like to subscribe to a weekly delivery of fresh petals for your home. Either way, The Wallflower Bud curates a delightful collection of bouquets for any occasion.
The Wallflower Bud, available online.
This lovely social enterprise partners with various social service agencies and volunteer groups to provide on-the-job training and flexible employment opportunities to those who need it. Plus, it organises floral therapy workshops and kickstarted a floral repurposing initiative to give wedding flowers new life. Build your own bouquet or potpourri at the flower bar, or browse through the endless rows of beautiful blooms to find your favourite. You can also get delivery in Singapore for your fave flowers.
Hello Flowers, #03-39, 52 Chin Swee Road, Singapore 160052; also available online.
For us, Charlotte Puxley’s wild style and mesmerising arrangements are the ultimate treat (just look at that scene above). Charlotte brought her signature boho bunches from London to Tiong Bahru, and is now one of Singapore’s most coveted florists. Think English countryside meets the tropics with unexpected colour combinations, massive blooms, lush foliage and wild beauty. Oh, and just so you know, she was part of the team that created Kate Moss’ wedding bouquet. Lush.
Charlotte Puxley, #08-07, Tan Boon Liat Building, 315 Outram Road, Singapore 169074; also available online.
Searching for creativity and originality? Petalfoo could be the one for you. Going beyond fresh, dried and preserved flowers for delivery in Singapore, the brand also brightens up its bouquets with candy, Polaroid snaps, paper and pen, and even fried chicken. Perfect for the kooky person in your life!
Petalfoo, available online.
The Flower Co.
If you have a reputation for forgetting important dates with the important people in your life, this “flower concierge” wants to help you fix that. Upon signing up online, the free reminder service will prompt you to key in all your loved ones’ birthdays, anniversaries and special occasions so you get an alert to order those essential flowers! The selection here is small but beautiful – ideal for those of us who suffer from choice paralysis.
The Flower Co., available online.
The Floral Tease
Looking for flowers for delivery in Singapore? The Floral Tease puts together well-thought handcrafted arrangements that reflect floral artistry and passion. It also uses seasonal blooms in its rustic and romantic arrangements – every handmade bouquet is literally a breath of fresh air. Take note that this is a premium service with prices starting at $99 and going up to $588 for a jaw-dropping bouquet of 99 red roses.
The Floral Tease, available online.
Backed by a team of experienced florists, Petite Fleur lets you shop easily by flower type and occasion. Besides an ever-evolving list of new and limited edition fresh bouquets, the store also boasts a comprehensive collection of dried and preserved blooms, glass dome arrangements, fragrance gift boxes and even “hot air balloon” floral items. Sweet!
Petite Fleur, available online.
The Floral Atelier
Romantic elegance is what The Floral Atelier specialises in, with signature bloom boxes that are timeless and stylish in a variety of rich hues and sweet pastels. If you’d like to surprise your partner, get them a lovely bloom-in-a-box, or go the extra mile with candy, champagne and scented candles added to the arrangement.
The Floral Atelier, available online and at multiple locations including Delta House, Level 8, 2 Alexandra Road, Singapore 159919
The Bloom Room
Quirky, whimsical bouquets of fresh and faux (read: silk) flowers put together with a keen eye and a big heart: That’s The Bloom Room’s charter. If you’d like to get a little more hands-on, it offers beginner workshops that’ll let you pick your petals and craft the perfect bouquet for that certain special someone. Classes here are kept small and intimate (four to six people), so you can get the most out of your class.
The Bloom Room, available online.
Creating beautifully customised floral arrangements for every special occasion, this brand established by an enterprising white-collar professional-turned-florist offers up amazing works, including the indoor floor-to-ceiling terrarium for Park Bench Deli. For Pauline Ho, working with flowers isn’t just her job, it’s also a form of therapy. And we’re loving the vibrant bouquets made out of divine florals.
Fleurapy, available online.
Triceratops wins for the most fun floristry website we’ve come across so far! Choose your budget, then the recipient’s style and favourite colour, and away you go. Triceratops’ founder, Ching, started arranging flowers the night before her wedding because she was dissatisfied with her florist’s work. In the process, she discovered her natural talent for the art. Ching takes great pride in her ability to customise every one of her pieces to individual customers: Just check out the image gallery to see some of her amazing work.
Triceratops, #07-10, 2 Kallang Avenue, Singapore 339407; also available online.
The name doesn’t lie: The folks behind family-run Floral Magic are whizzes at whipping up lush floral and botanical bouquets with an enchanting touch. Their ideas are as fresh as their flowers, so be prepared to be dazzled by their fab creations. Even better, you get to learn directly under these pros at their hobbyist workshops.
Floral Magic, 334 King George’s Avenue, Singapore 208571; also available online.
Sing See Soon
Ninety years in the biz must count for something! We’re talking about Sing See Soon, one of the most in-demand and sought-after florists in Singapore. It supplies stunning floral creations to over 500 weddings a year, with bigwig clients like Marina Bay Sands, Four Seasons and Resorts World Sentosa in its Rolodex – colour us hugely impressed. What’s even more impressive is their Colours & Bloom app, where you can experiment with different flowers to create the perfect bouquet.
Sing See Soon, #01-01, 32 Punggol East, Singapore 828824; also available online.
Whether you’re getting a single stalk or extravagant floral display, you can find almost everything you need from FarEastFlora.com, including preserved petals and premium flowers. Aside from its regular delivery of flowers in Singapore, the veteran florist also ships internationally. And since it’s one of the pioneers of the internet mail biz, you’ll never have to worry about a lost bloom.
FarEastFlora.com, 565 Thomson Road, Singapore 298184
Poppy Flora Studio
Whoever said flowers are merely for the ladies? Shower your man with love and get him a stunning bouquet from Poppy Flora, one of Singapore’s leading floral designers. The photos don’t lie: This brand has an innate skill in creating arrangements that will impress anyone, including top international brands and hard-to-please fellas! Each bunch is an explosion of colour and texture, and you can learn more about the art of hand-tied bouquets, vase arrangements and table centrepieces at one of its workshops.
Poppy Flora Studio, 9A Dempsey Road, Singapore 247698; also available online.
The Blue Leaf
For budget-friendly flower delivery options, ring up The Blue Leaf. Not only does it have a handy range of ready-made options, it readily accepts custom requests too. There’s also a wide selection of flowers including gift baskets, orchids and condolence wreaths.
The Blue Leaf, #B1-03, Maplewoods Condo, 989 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 589629
If all you need is roses, look this way! The popular Australian brand made its way to our sunny island in 2013, and today it’s a one-stop online florist that offers the world’s finest roses in town. Be it white, red, yellow or even purple blooms, the store has a colourful assortment of roses fit for any occasion.
Roses Only, available online.
A newly launched floral marketplace, Fleurica showcases some of the coolest artisan florists in the city, offering their flowers, crafts and creations for islandwide delivery in Singapore. Names on the line-up include Bucket Full of Roses, Bloomen, A Flower Shop and Hands On Floral, and you can easily browse through the blooms to shop by price, bouquet size, occasion, flower type, colours and even delivery date.
Fleurica, available online.