Where to buy flowers in Singapore: Florists who craft unique bouquets and arrangements for birthdays, anniversaries and more

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Pick up seasonal blooms and classic bunches or have them delivered to you by some of the best local floral artisans in the city

Brighten up your home — or someone’s day — with a thoughtful bouquet or vase of flowers from these creative florists in Singapore. Their creations span the rainbow: from pretty pastels to vibrant jewelled tones, no two bouquets are the same. If you’re feeling hands on, some florists hold flower styling workshops so you can learn a skill or two about floral arrangements. Food for thought: Has anyone created a bouquet using edible flowers and micro herbs before?

Bloomen

Daryl Cheng and his wife Hema Nathan, who work out of their home studio, founded Bloomen. Those unsure of what to purchase can go for Daryl’s Pick, which also includes a peonies bouquet (from $150), wrapped in simple kraft paper. Private workshops ($500) are also available.

Bloomen

Charlotte Puxley

Before moving to Singapore, owner-florist Charlotte Puxley was working with flowers in London alongside established experts Jane Packer and Scarlet & Violet. Her team has also collaborated with Gucci, Dior and Faberge among others. Puxley’s style is inspired by the English countryside, and flowers are sourced from local markets. The hand bouquets range from extra small to suitably large, and prices start from $47. Otherwise, opt for subscriptions that start from $95.

Charlotte Puxley
#01-02
79 Chay Yan Street
Singapore 160079
Tel: +65 6904 4980

Fleurapy

Pauline Ho, Fleurapy’s founder, has worked on several weddings as well as decor for a Nespresso event and the Queen’s Birthday Party at the British High Commissioners’ Residence. The bouquets are inspired places she’s been to, such as Mongkok in Hong Kong, and brought to life with vibrant purples, pinks and soft blue hydrangeas (from $80).

Fleurapy
152 Meiling Street
Singapore 140152

 

The Floral Atelier

A graduate of FlowerSchool New York, founder Lelian Chew often uses multiples of the same flower and colour to create an elegant, single-hued bouquet such as the Yellow Noir ($125). Subscription services at The Floral Atelier are also available, where bouquets — in a Modern, Timeless or Romantic style — are delivered on a weekly, fortnightly or monthly basis, and will be designed to fit the vase sent on the first delivery.

The Floral Atelier
40 Eng Hoon Street
Singapore 169784
Tel: +65 8869 2830

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Floral Magic

This doesn’t matter to us, but the 18-year-old family establishment prides itself on having all its florists trained in Europe or the US. For a touch of elegance, choose the Casablanca en Masse bouquet ($200), a bouquet of gorgeous white lilies. The Jewel Tone bouquet ($265) is quite a popular choice, combining striking hues of red, blue and purple.

Floral Magic
334 King George’s Ave
Singapore 208571
(By appointment only)

Hello Flowers

A trained social worker, founder Annie Cheong not only crafts bouquets, but also teaches women from disadvantaged households to do the same. Prices start from $70 and with box arrangements available from $85. Clients can also request to set up a pop-up flower bar at their events to design bouquets, flower crowns or succulent pots.

Hello Flowers
#03-39
Blk 52 Chin Swee Road
Singapore 160052

Mirage Flowers

You’d have seen Mirage Flowers’ work at the inaugural Fullerton Concours D’elegance gala dinner and a private event for Rolls-Royce. For a statement centrepiece, the lavish Blooming table arrangement ($500) comes with pastel hued hydrangeas, eustomas, roses, alstroemerias and other fillers. Bouquets include an elegant 10-stalk tulip bunch and one with understatedly extravagant peonies ($380), which can be enlivened with red roses.

Mirage Flowers
Marina Mandarin
6 Raffles Boulevard
Singapore 039594

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One Olive

You may have seen One Olive’s floral displays at events by Belvedere Vodka, Krug, Chopard, Chaumet and Tiffany & Co. Here, you can purchase bouquets from $100. For a gorgeous table centrepiece, try the Crowning Visnaga or the Sweet Elliot. Bloom Boxes provide a smaller but equally elegant table arrangement.

One Olive
#01-01
61 Seng Poh Lane
Singapore 160061
Tel: +65 6779 3543

Petite Fleur

Founder Patricia Tanuwija, has designed arrangements at several luxury events including Kenzo and Miu Miu, but what stands out most is her brand’s dedication to designing bouquets for men, like the Jacob’s Creek ($118) or the Petite Round Succulent Box ($55). Adorn your home with the Cymbidium Arrangement in Rose Gold Vase ($220) where cymbidium, orchid, delphinium and the green of seasonal foliage perfectly complements the rose gold vase for a metallic shimmer. The brand also has a pop-up store at Shaw Centre.

Petite Fleur
87 Upper East Coast Road
Singapore 455223
Tel: +65 9270 8473

Pretty Wild

Pretty Wild offers omakase-style arrangements, where seasonal blossoms are chosen by the brand and arranged in stylish boxes. Otherwise choose a subscription for regular deliveries — three vases for $80 each or six for $70 each.

Pretty Wild

 

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Triceratops

Founder Ching started working with flowers after she had rearranged all her floral arrangements the night before her wedding. Today, Ching prides herself on designing bouquets (from $100) that reflect the recipient’s interests and hobbies.

Triceratops
2 Kallang Avenue
#07-10
Singapore 339407
Tel: 6444 7848

Whim and Prayer

The man behind Whim and Prayer is Reuben Li. His arrangements (from $80) each come with a handwritten, poetic note, explaining the choice of flowers, leaves and even colours, helping recipients understand and enjoy the gift even more. One such arrangement was done in a blue and honey-yellow colour scheme inspired by the recipient’s recently-departed mother’s favourite dress, while another alluded to the Valkyrie, which the recipient identified closely with.

Whim and Prayer
129 Tyrwhitt Rd
Singapore 207552

Windflower

The family business began 21 years ago and has worked with brands like Franck Muller, Tumi, and Chloe. Dress your table with Boite de Fleur Eternal ($135), a box of preserved blooms in a pretty pink palette. A Flower Novel ($80) also makes quite a pretty unique choice. The sets comes with preserved or fresh blooms in a book-like box, and can be found at Windflower’s vending machines at Raffles City, Sultan Mosque, SingPost Centre, Tiong Bahru Plaza and International Plaza.

Windflower
22 New Industrial Rd
#02-27/28 Primax Industrial Building
Singapore 536208
Tel: +6597852570

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