You can get the flowers delivered over the Chinese New Year period.
With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, if you haven’t ordered a bouquet for your significant other then you might probably be panicking a little.
Considering that the special day for couples clashes with the third day of Chinese New Year this year, chances are that some florists might be closed or there might be limited slots for delivery.
If you’re worrying, fret not. We’ve got you covered with a list of five florists that are still delivering or are open to services on Feb 14.
If you’re looking for affordable flower arrangements, consider The Bloom Box.
Their Valentine’s Day arrangement, which includes three premium Kenya red roses, gold ginger flower, caspia, mini eucalyptus, fatsia and ruckus, costs just $48.
More importantly, they do same-day delivery to anywhere in Singapore too, although take note that delivery will be anytime between 9am and 7pm.
You can order a bouquet from The Bloom Box here.
If you’re willing to spend a bit more money, consider getting your other half the Audrey 99 from the Little Red Dot Florist. At $399, it includes 99 red roses and filling foliage.
Of course, you don’t really have to splurge on a bouquet. You can choose other options that cost $63.
There is free islandwide delivery from 9am to 6pm on Feb 14, but do expect deliveries to be delayed due to high demand.
You can order from Little Red Dot Florist here.
Windflower Florist is a small, quaint, family florist that started out in 1997 and is known for its exquisite bouquets arrangements.
Bouquets cost between $43 and $160, with some available for same-day delivery. However, a surcharge applies for orders between Feb 12 to 15.
Express delivery costs an additional $25. Delivery time slots are 10am to 1pm, 2pm to 5pm and 6pm to 9pm.
You can order from Windflower Florists here.
Priding themselves as one of the best flower deliveries in Singapore, Floristique offers same-day deliveries for fresh flowers at an affordable rate.
Be spoilt for choice at their large catalogue of fresh flowers! Whether your bae prefers Fondness V, a simple bouquet of roses and Baby’s Breath for $55 or Luvyna V, a large bouquet for $135, there’s surely something for everyone.
Delivery time slots are from 9am to 1am and 2pm to 6pm. There is a V-Day surcharge from Feb 10 to Feb 15 of an additional 50 per cent to 80 per cent of the price of the bouquet, depending on the delivery date.
Ferns N Petals is the world’s largest florist chain that takes pride in sourcing unique and stunning bouquets.
For Valentine’s Day, you can choose from a myriad of arrangements, including the Romantic Décor Bed Full of Flowers at $1,299 which allows you to decorate your bed with roses.
If you’d like something way less extravagant, the I Love You Red Roses arrangement may be a suitable alternative at $249.
They offer same-day delivery at $15.
You can order from Ferns N Petals here.
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