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Surprise Your Darling: 14 Online Flower Deliveries in Singapore for Chinese Valentine’s Day

Surprise Your Darling: 14 Online Flower Deliveries in Singapore for Chinese Valentine’s Day

Chinese Valentine’s Day is coming up on 14 August, and if you haven’t got any plans, order something special from these online florists.

Surprise your darling with a secret delivery, right to their doorstep!!

1. Awarded as a favourite florist in Singapore over the years: Blanc Artisan

A super popular choice for many Singaporeans, they specialise in floral bouquets made from the classics, like Roses, Sunflowers and Peonies for special occasions.

Photo: @jowenaly on Instagram

Shopping online, you’ll be able to select from their Valentine’s Day bouquets, with a specific Chinese Valentine’s Day category, or other occasions like birthdays or graduation. You can even make it extra special with a customised bouquet. 

Photos: @blancartisan, @thitichokthanakit, @xkellyawnx on Instagram

PS: Their Preserved Flowers collection is stunning and you can add on extras to your delivery like soft toys, or a vase.

Blanc Artisan

Price: From SGD $70

Delivery: Free delivery for same-day delivery orders

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2. Over 30 different types of Rose Bouquet arrangements to choose from: FlowerAdvisor

With an online flower shop in more than 111 countries, it makes complete sense that their shop is diverse and with much to choose from – from the different types of flowers, to how you want your arrangement delivered. 

Photos by @floweradvisor on Instagram

Whether it’s a basket, potted flowers or carefully packaged bouquets, you have the option of choosing which you’d prefer, or you have the option of shopping by occasion, for example, Chinese Valentine’s Day, Women’s Day, etc. 

Photos: @floweradvisor, @reyesgabrielle, @raesa.sa on Instagram

Among the Orchids, Lilies, and Hydrangeas for sale, there are also 9 different coloured roses that they sell!

FlowerAdvisor

Price: From SGD $35

Delivery: Free shipping, please refer to specific details for special bouquets

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3. Online florist established in 1994: Ferns N Petals

A one-stop shop for all your Valentine’s Day needs, you’ll find everything you need to make this day of love extra romantic…If you’re not too clued up on flowers, no need to stress. 

Photos by @emtheresef on Instagram

If you know your love’s favourite colour, shop by colour category instead – clever! 

Specialising in premium flowers, their online shop is extra user-friendly to navigate and find your perfect bouquet. 

Photos by @emtheresef on Instagram

Shop for special occasions, or choose from their hampers (check out the Piccolo Champagne Gift Hamper for an extra spoil), gifts – there’s a Chocolate Bouquet! – or create a personalised package instead!

Ferns N Petals

Price: From SGD $50

Delivery: Free delivery

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4. From basket or box sets to Korean Bouquets: StarFlorist

Photos by @starflorist_sg on Instagram

It’s part of their mission to provide premium quality flowers for all occasions, as well as a professional and friendly service – when shopping online, these things do still matter! 

Photos by @starflorist_sg on Instagram

For this year’s event, you can shop under their Valentine’s Day category where they offer over 25 different types of flower bouquets (however, they come with a pre-selected assortment of flowers). If you’re after any particular flower, head over to the ‘Flowers’ section where you can individually select the type of flower you’re looking for, like Roses or Tulips.

StarFlorist

Price: From SGD $70 

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Delivery: Free shipping

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5. Online Florist delivering 24/7!: XpressFlowers

Photos by Xpress Flowers

Need to place a last minute order? This online florist has got you covered, plus if you have remembered the event and do some pre-planning, they’re currently running a Chinese Valentine’s Day promotion! 

Photos: @chubbstick, @iamjolene, @valerieteo on Instagram

When placing your order, use their special promo code to receive 15% off your order, and if you’re already a member you’ll receive an additional 5% discount! Floral wise, their ‘Occasions’ menu is extensive (there’s even an Astrology Flowers section) and so are the types of flowers. Check out their Premium Ecuador Roses, and you can even add a photo of the two of you as an extra add-on to your bouquet.

XpressFlowers

Price: From SGD $80

Delivery: Free shipping

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6. Because you can never go wrong with roses: RoseOnly

The name is kind of a giveaway here, and just as it states, this florist focuses and specialises in long-stem Roses (which come in a variety of seven colours to choose from). 

Photos: @snowjasminecouk, @melissaannloke, @carrrmenc on Instagram

Thanks to the flowers’ 15-week grow cycle, each rose grows up to 65cm! To preserve individual flowers, here they carefully place the roses in a gift box and it looks luxurious from the get-go. For something BIG, order their 520 RED ROSES Gift Box signifying “I Love You” Box

Photos: @withlovexhx @_fioredilunadj_ on Instagram

PS: All Chinese Valentine’s Day bouquets come with a free teddy bear gift (valid till 14 August 2021).

RoseOnly

Price: From SGD $59 

Delivery: Free same day delivery

Contact: +(65) 6256 1818

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7. Looking for something extravagant?: Flower Addict

You get a bunch of flowers, and then you get mega-impressive Floral Bouquets – you’ll only find the latter here. 

Photos by @floweraddictsg on Instagram

As they say, they choose their flowers based on their “wow factor”, as well as quality and their arrangements come with a 5-day minimum freshness guarantee. For Chinese Valentine’s Day this year, choose from their elegant selection, like the Red Hot Roses or You are my Sunshine arrangements. 

Photos by @angiemomomo on Instagram

PS: You can add on extras like champagne, chocolates, bunny soft toys and more.

Flower Addict

Price: From SGD $89

Delivery: Free same day delivery

Contact: +65 9859 7127

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8. Shop by occasion, type, budget or special deals: Flower Chimp

Photos: @flowerchimp, @flowerchimp.sg on Instagram

It’s hard not to see why this online store is used and trusted throughout Southeast Asia (with distribution centres in the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Indonesia). 

Photos by @flowerchimp.sg on Instagram

Apart from categories, this year they have a special Chinese Valentine’s Day selection and their bouquets are aptly named to suit the occasion. Red Hot Romance is a classic bunch of red roses, or if you’re planning on proposing, we suggest ordering their Trinity Box – The Only One. It’s a two-tiered box…as you open the lid it’s filled with eight red roses and one white in the middle. The second drawer is filled with chocolates!

Flower Chimp

Price: From SGD $40 

Delivery: Free delivery, same-day delivery for orders before 2pm

Contact: +65 3158 2120

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9. It’s the small details that make a difference: Petite Fleur

Photos: @just.be.jess, @petitefleur_sg on Instagram

You can tell from the get-go these guys have a serious passion for the game, handcrafting beautiful and somewhat trendy bouquets of flowers. Their skilled florists create bunches made with wildflowers andhave  a keen eye for design.  

Photos by @petitefleur_sg on Instagram

Choose between a 24, 36 or 99 Premium Rose bouquet or if you’re looking for something different, we recommend the King Protea and Orange Calla Lily Bouquet! Apart from classic bouquets, they also sell Floral Boxes and Dried/Preserved Flowers.

Petite Fleur

Price: From SGD $85 

Delivery: Free same day delivery

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10. For Roses of every colour, some even multi-coloured: Flora Moments

Now we know roses are a cliche flower to buy, but if you’re genuinely a Rose-lover, or your girl is, they produce bunches in the craziest of colours! 

Photos by @floramoments.sg on Instagram

There are even different types of rainbow bouquets to choose from, like the Psychedelic bouquet. For something more classic, have a scroll through their Love & Romance section (under the Occasions drop-down menu online). 

Photos by @floramoments.sg on Instagram

If you want to pull out all the stops, check out their 99 Roses Bouquet section and just as the name states, whichever arrangement you choose, it comes with 99 Roses.

Flora Moments

Price: From SGD $68 

Delivery: Free delivery (there is a delivery charge between 7am-9am and 9pm-12am).

Contact: +65 6636 1368

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11. If you need to shop this year on a budget: Z Flowers

Roses, Daisies, Sunflowers, Hydrangeas, Lilies and Iris… a variety of flowers guarantee enough room for selection – because not everyone loves roses. 

Photo by ZFlowers on Facebook

There are also tons of different bouquet options available to suit the occasion which come in all different shapes and sizes, and we love that their arrangements are a complete mix of different fleurs – not just limited to one species of flower. Check out their Valentine’s Day catalogue! 

Photo by ZFlowers on Facebook

PS: Is your loved one in another country? Orders can be “delivered worldwide to over 90 countries” that they operate in. Check their website for more details.

Z Flowers

Price: From SGD $50

Delivery: Standard delivery fee to major city areas is $12.95

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12. The cheapest florist in Singapore: Fav Florist

Photos by @favflorist on Instagram

Just because they may be known as the cheapest florist in Singapore, it doesn’t mean they compromise on quality and as they proudly state “overpriced flowers are not what we offer.”.

Photos by @favflorist on Instagram

In fact, each arrangement is carefully handcrafted using fresh, air-flown flowers only, and you can not only shop by flower or occasion but by arrangement too. Instead of a classic bouquet why not order a Marble Envelope Rose Box or a Preserved Flower Dome.

Fav Florist

Price: From SGD $50

Delivery: Free delivery for orders above $80

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13. Need a bunch of flowers delivered pronto? Like, in…: One Hour

Photos: @oo_foodielicious, @javinthammusic on Instagram

Just as the name suggests, here they specialise in delivering bouquets within one hour – no need to wait for 4 or 5 hours here! But it won’t look quickly prepared, thanks to their professional florists with more than 10 years of experience in the floral world.

 

With romantic bouquets and small gift box designs, they offer Surprise arrangements for customers based on your needs. (You will fill out an online sheet when placing your order and they customise your arrangements accordingly.) This florist shop has also appeared in the Straits Times and Zaobao, and they’re a super popular local business.

Name One Hour

Price: From SGD $65

Delivery: Free delivery 

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14. A great choice for students: Farm Florist

Offering both an ‘urgent 1-hour’ delivery service, as well as delivering 24 hours around the clock, we’d recommend this florist for when you need your flowers quick!

Photos: @nixieangel on Instagram and Farm Florist

Their florals are air-flown in, fresh on the daily, and apart from shopping per occasion, they also sell a special Farm Florist special where all bouquets are under $45! (Some as low as $25!). 

Photo by @javinthammusic on Instagram

PS: They offer a full refund for late deliveries.

Farm Florist

Price: From SGD $39

Delivery: Free same day delivery, 1 hour delivery service fee is $10

Contact: +65 9396 1872

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As you can see there are plenty of options to choose from, some even for when you need them in an emergency! 

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