Any time is a great time for flowers. Covid-19 time, though, is an ESPECIALLY propitious time to surprise someone and make their day, even if it’s another day of sheltering. Now, more than ever, it is important to recognize those that are a special part of our lives but whom we may not be able to see, really see, at least for a time. With no shortage of flower delivery business in our Garden City, it’s sometimes a task to choose the right one. Here are some hints in alphabetical order to get you started.
Flowers don’t worry about how they’re going to bloom. They just open up and turn toward the light and that makes them beautiful.Jim Carrey
85flowers – Located at 85 Bedok North – that’s where the name comes from. With two generations of design sense and flower love behind it, this floral business can supply flowers for any occasion and deliver weekly. They can do it! With style!
Dancing Petals – Lydia Edith Abigail, the founder of Dancing Petals, says, “I would rather wear flowers in my hair than diamonds around my neck.” This quote aptly exemplifies the elegantly simple vibe of this floral choice. An eco-conscious florist, Dancing Petals delivers bouquets, terrariums, eternal jars, flower stands, hampers, and a “Signature GAIA” collection. They also do weddings and floral workshops with a unique flair, striving to always deliver and #makeheartsdance.
Flower Diary – “Let our flowers tell YOUR story.” They have flowers, for sure, but also chocolates, flower vases, envelopes of love, and elegant hampers. A relatively fresh company, Flower Diary aims to please with fast deliveries and emergency help if needed. With bouquets, bloom boxes, tower boxes, sweet envelopes, and bloom crates, Flower Diary is carving a distinctive niche in the Singapore flower market.
Hands On Floral – Founded by Lily Liew, formerly a visual merchandiser and display artist, Hands On Floral retains her sense of visual beauty which she translates into bouquets, bloom boxes, baby hampers, get well hampers, floral stands, event decoration and wedding. All of them are objects of beauty as one might expect from the “Hands-On” approach of Lily Liew and her floral team.
Ina Shea – INA SHEA a Singapore-based floral enterprise co-founded by Iverina and Sheau Chyn are all about art, visual design and creativity. Infused with the artistic talents of the creators, they are conscious of their design aesthetics. Their arrangements includes but not limited to fresh and dried flowers and botanical inspired pieces among others.
La Fleur Société – Flowers arrangements curated and presented with expectations only to wow! All arrangements are unique, customisable, and no two arrangements will be the same. Luxury preserved gift box available too. Classy and sophisticated. Delivered right to your doorstep.
Mente Floreale – Inviting customization as well as creations for graduation, weddings, “Fleur Mood”, and workshops, Mente Floreale is professionally presented and refreshingly colourful. “Flowers crafted with love, for love.” Mente Floreale’s creations are geared towards the Korean style arrangement with garden feel.
Petalsmiths Florists – “…they offer bespoke bouquets and floral arrangements inspired by nature.” With offerings like jewel tones, berry brights, peony dreams, peaches and cream, and wild & free, as well as graduation and hand bouquets, you might expect something a bit special and even quirky. You would be correct. “Flower craftsmen offering dreamy arrangements inspired by nature.” Dreamy and distinctive!
Wildflowers by Lovelle – Sasha Lovelle is passionate about flowers, especially preserved flowers & dried flowers which she fashions into “exquisite floral art pieces”. Each piece is hand-crafted and because they are preserved, it’ll last a long time. Often found in glass bottles or hand-tied bouquets, the floral creations are each one-of-a-kind.
A flower’s appeal is in its contradictions — so delicate in form yet strong in fragrance, so small in size yet big in beauty, so short in life yet long on effect.Terri Guillemets
Research and writing help by JKJ