The Enchanted Tree ($30 with free delivery)
The Enchanted Tree is the most affordable option for cheap flower delivery in Singapore – they only offer one bouquet (the Daily Pick) and it goes for $30 including delivery.
The flowers and arrangements change every day and typically include popular flowers like roses, hydrangea and sunflowers. If you want a bigger bouquet, you can get the Double Pick ($60) which is essentially two bouquets combined into one.
Green Acres ($30 + $10 for delivery)
Green Acres is a full florist service, selling not just bouquets but flower stands, wreaths and gift baskets too.
For $30, you can get the simple Humble Gesture bouquet (carnations and baby’s breath flowers). Although it is the cheapest option, you may prefer the the palm leaf and clear plastic wrapping to the colourful crepe papers used for the more elaborate bouquets that cost $40 and up.
Photo: Green Acres
Far East Flora ($31.99 + $7.49 for delivery)
Far East Flora is a household name, and we expected their prices to be steep (the nursery is huge!) but they’re actually quite affordable.
A basic bouquet costs $29.90 ($31.99 after taxes). With the smaller accompanying flowers, the bouquet looks presentable, but do note that these bouquets typically only include one or two stalks of the main bloom (e.g. the Flowers Of Appreciation bouquet pictured above only has two roses).
Like Green Acres, Far East Flora has an impressive range of flower products for different occasions.
Photo: Far East Flora
Floral Garage ($34.90 + $9.70 for delivery)
If you like a bit of spontaneous fun – isn’t that what surprises are about anyway? – try the Freestyle Bouquet by Floral Garage ($34.90 to $42.90). You don’t get to choose the exact flowers and arrangements, but instead, you fill up a form so the florists can customise a bespoke bouquet for you recipient!
You can choose from traditional, modern and rustic styles, and indicate what colours to avoid. You can also fill in the recipient’s age and what occasion the flowers are for.
Photo: Floral Garage
The Bloom Box ($35 + free delivery)
The Bloom Box is perhaps our favourite of the lot because the “bouquet” is actually a chic carry-around box. It costs just $35, looks good on your office table or bedroom dresser, and is easy to bring home – we imagine carrying a bouquet of flowers would attract some stares in the train. A double size is available at $60 too.
Happy Bunch ($35 + free delivery)
Happy Bunch is priced the same as The Bloom Box, at $35 including islandwide delivery. And if you order before 12.30pm, you can even have it delivered on the same day before 6pm.
Happy Bunch also goes on a daily arrangement basis, so you can’t choose your flowers. I wouldn’t worry though – their flowers look good every day. I especially like that their bouquets are wrapped in a nice woven fabric.
For larger and more impressive bouquets, you can combine two of them (double bunch, $65) to as many as five (quintuple bunch, $165).
Floral Passion ($35 + $15 for delivery)
So most of Floral Passion‘s bouquets are over $50, but you can still get some pretty blooms from $12! A small bouquet of gerbera daisies cost $12, while a standard bouquet of hydrangeas are $35. There’s also the Instagram-able bouquet of rainbow baby’s breath flowers ($40).
You can also write in for flower subscriptions (weekly, fortnightly or monthly).
Photo: Floral Passion
First Sight SG ($38 + $15 for delivery)
First Sight SG is the place for fancy flowers – their blooms are imported from Africa, Taiwan, Holland and more. They’re most known for their everlasting range of preserved flowers, which you can also get from $38.
If you’re on an even tighter budget, order the whimsical Bundle of Joy which is a mini bouquet of rainbow-coloured baby’s breath flowers ($24 for 2).
Photo: First Sight SG
Petite Fleur ($38 + $10 for delivery)
Petite Fleur is another florist that sells mini bouquets – theirs start at $22 (Baby’s Breath Cotton Candies bouquet). For a surprise that will literally last forever, get the Cotton and Lavender micro bouquet ($25). The fluffy cotton blooms hail all the way from Israel.
Photo: Petite Fleur