9 Florists In Singapore With Cheap Valentine’s Day 2020 Bouquets From Just $18

Cheap Valentine’s Day 2020 bouquets in Singapore

Image adapted from: Ellysera, Floristique, Floral Garage

Between a fancy dinner, gifts, and the mandatory bouquet, there’s lots of spending involved during Valentine’s Day – especially on the guy’s end. Getting a bouquet isn’t easy on the wallet either, with so many florists hiking up their prices specifically during the season of love.

Don’t worry lads, we’re here to help. Here are some florists in Singapore with some of the most affordable Valentine’s Day bouquets for 2020. Prices start from just $18, and everything featured here costs no higher than $55, so you can heave a sigh of relief not having to fork out the triple digits to see your lady smile.

1. Ellysera – from $40

Vibrant mixed flowers chosen at random

Valentine’s Mixed Flowers $40
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Save yourself the trouble of deciding on a bouquet design by leaving it in the good hands of Ellysera. At just $40, their Valentine’s Mixed Flowers are expertly put together based on what florists think looks best. Rest assured that the wrapping paper and flowers chosen will match each other – based on what we’ve seen so far, everything is tasteful and complementary!

Khloe Love $45
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But if you’re not one to be wishy-washy, check out their specific designs of rose bouquets – a good number of which are going for an easy $45-$55.

Sandra Love and Karine Love, $45
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If you’d rather gerberas for a change, check out Sandra Love and Karine Love – the former in bright pink and purple is loud and attention-grabbing, while the latter, in pastel pink with red accents, is more understated. Each of these cost $45 as well.

Check out their Valentine’s Day collection and place your order here.

Delivery: 12th – 15th Feb $15 | Free self-collection at Macpherson (12th – 14th Feb 12PM-6PM) and Punggol (12th – 13th Feb 8PM-10PM)

Telephone: 8892 6625 (WhatsApp)

2. Bloom Room – from $18

Lavender and potpourri bouquets that won’t die

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Express your everlasting love with an everlasting Dried Lavender ($30) bundle from Bloom Room. The stalks of fragrant purple buds are wrapped in your choice of either burlap fabric, or rustic brown paper.  

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If purple isn’t up her alley, go for one of their potpourri bouquets ($48) instead. These, too, don’t die, and emit a light fragrance that will freshen up any room. There are 6 hues in total, including pink, yellow, and a mix of blue and white.

I Love You – 3 stalk bouquet ($48)
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Of course, roses haven’t been forgotten. Single-stalk bouquets go for $18, but you can upgrade to a 3-stalk bouquet, which is a reasonable $48. Or you can go all out with even bigger bouquets of 612, or 24 stalks which cost up to $298.

Check out their Valentine’s Day collection and place your order here.

Delivery: $15

Address: 1 Tampines North Drive 1, #01-19 T-Space, Singapore 528559
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 10AM-6PM | Sat 10AM-2PM | (Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays)
Telephone: 6447 0217

3. 30 Dollar Florist – $30

Over 60 options at a flat nett price

Pink Rose Bouquet
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30 Dollar Florist

If the name didn’t already give it away, 30 Dollar Florist is where all bouquets are sold at the flat rate of $30 nett – and this includes the selection for Valentine’s Day as well!

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The only catch is that their usual free delivery will not be available during the Valentine’s period, so you’ll have to self-collect your purchase from them at Thomson. But if you’ve got the time – or a car – it’s worth making a trip down for.

There are over 60 options (!) up for your choosing, from classic rose bouquets, to multi-colourful baby’s breath bundles, as well as vibrant gerbera arrangements.

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If your girl is the practical sort who can’t bear to see flowers wither in a couple of days, go for one of their artificial flower bouquets topped with a cute stuffed toy – they’ve got well-loved characters like Winnie the Pooh, Rilakkuma, and Stitch.

Check out their Valentine’s Day collection and place your order here.

Delivery: None (free self-collection)

Address: 680 Upper Thomson Road, #02-21, Singapore 787103
Opening hours: 9AM-7PM, Daily (visits are strictly by appointment only)
Telephone: 8200 2304

4. Floristique – from $55

Over 40 fixed-price bouquets with free fairy lights

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Our of everything in this list, Floristique’s V-day bouquets are the priciest, starting from $55. But hold up – they’ve got over 40 varieties to choose from at that one price, and each bundle comes with a very substantial amount of roses. You’d probably have to fork out around $80 or more for something similar at any other florist, so the slight splurge is definitely justified.

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The icing on the cake? Each bouquet comes with the option of free fairy lights and a bouquet bag. Yup, you get these add-ons at $0.00. It’s almost too good to be true!

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Be it the standard pink and red, or sunnier shades like orange and yellow, their roses come in every colour imaginable – including black. For something a little more unique, go for the arrangements that come with twigs twined into a heart.

Check out their Valentine’s Day collection and place your order here.

Delivery: 11th – 12th Feb 50% surcharge | 13th – 14th Feb 80% surcharge | Free self-collection

Address: 22 New Industrial Road, #01-11/12, Singapore 536208
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 9AM-4PM
Telephone: 6904 4046


5. The Bloom Box – $40 (free delivery)

Floral arrangements in handy boxes

For 13th – 15th Feb
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The Bloom Box

The Bloom Box makes floral arrangements easy to tote around by packaging them in cute, compact boxes with handles. While technically not bouquets, these still make an ideal gift for a loved one.

For 11th – 12th Feb
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The Bloom Box

They’ve got 2 designs this Valentine’s Day, depending on the date of delivery. Not to worry, as both contain red roses. For earlier dates of 11th and 12th Feb, there will be some pinks as part of the mix. For 13th to 15th Feb, you can look forward to strands of gold willow and bunny tails framing the set. Either way, both are equally classy!

Check out their Valentine’s Day collection and place your order here.

Delivery: FREE

Address: 2 Kallang Avenue, #05-03 CT Hub, Singapore 339407
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 10AM-2PM

6. Happy Bunch – $40 (free delivery)

Wrapped in burlap

Dream, Blush, and Candy
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Happy Bunch

Happy Bunch is known for their affordable burlap-wrapped bouquets that follow a different design each day.

They’ve put up 3 of their bestsellers from their Signature Collection for the occasion – Dream, which is predominantly purple, Blush, which has sweet tones of pale pink and orange, and Candy, which has a striking mix of hot pink and sky blue. Each of these cost just $40 each, with free delivery included.

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Happy Bunch

If you wish to go bigger, upgrade your bouquet to a double, triple, quadruple, or even quintuple bunch. The largest will set you back $125 (U.P. $200).

Check out their Valentine’s Day collection and place your order here.

Delivery: FREE (self-collection available)

Address: 201 Henderson Road, #07-08, Singapore 159545

7. Smiling Flora – from $40

Pastel baby’s breath

Carnation bouquet, $45
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Smiling Flora

Smiling Flora has a good selection of pastel bouquets for those who like soft, dreamy tones. Instead of roses, they’ve kept their costs low by using 10 baby pink carnations for the above bouquet at just $45.

Baby’s breath bouquets, $45 each
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Another delicate alternative at the same price is their dyed baby’s breath bouquets, in light shades of pink, blue, and purple.

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Looking for something bolder? They have $40 sunflower bouquets and various rose bouquets at just $50.

Check out their Valentine’s Day collection and place your order here.

Delivery: $10 | Free self-collection

Address: 21 Fernvale Close, Rivertree Residences, Singapore 797460

8. The V Florist – from $28 (free delivery)

Petite cotton and rose bundles

Rainbow Cotton Flower $28
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The V Florist

Some ladies see more beauty in simplicity than ostentatiousness, and if that’s how your girlfriend is like, go for the petite bundles by The V Florist.

At $28, their Rainbow Cotton Flower bouquet is the most affordable one out of their Valentine’s collection. With pastel-toned tufts and slim sprigs of filler flowers, this is the epitome of sweetness.

Preserved Rose Bouquet $38
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They also offer Preserved Rose Bouquets with a choice of either pink or red. While $38 might be on the steep side for a single stalk bouquet, note that a preserved rose can last for plenty of years if you treat it right – so that’s not too pricey after all.

Bigger options are available from $68 onwards.

Check out their Valentine’s Day collection and place your order here.

Delivery: FREE

Address: 62 Ubi Road 1, #05-13 Oxley Bizhub 2, Singapore 408734
Telephone: 9129 8986 / 9447 1218

9. Farm Florist – from $35 (free delivery)

Surprise rose bouquets tailored to recipient’s profile

3-stalk Surprise Bouquets
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For a little bit of fun, Farm Florist offers Surprise Bouquets that even the sender won’t get to know the designs of. But they’re not completely left up to random, because the recipient’s demographics like their age and gender will be taken into account. You can also choose the colour of your roses – pink or red – and the additional leaves and filler flowers will be picked accordingly.

Prices are as follows based on the number of roses:

  • 1 stalk – $35
  • 3 stalks – $47
  • 6 stalks – $59
  • 12 stalks – $89

Surprise Bloom Box
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Farm Florist

Another option is their Surprise Bloom Box ($50), where 3 roses with other sizeable flowers come neatly placed in a box. Choose between a pink, red, or mixed colour scheme. The recipient’s profile will again be considered in the designing of the arrangement.

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Don’t want to leave it up to chance? Go for either their pure white Baby’s Breath Bouquet ($47.70) or candy coloured Rainbow Drizzle ($50.70).

Check out their Valentine’s Day collection and place your order here.

Delivery: FREE

Telephone: 9384 4885

Valentine’s Day 2020 flowers in Singapore

Valentine’s Day flowers tend to sell out fast, so all you boyfriends might want to lock down your orders as soon as you’ve decided on a florist instead of waiting till a couple of days before the big event. Don’t stress yourselves out too much, because no matter how large or small the bouquet is, it’s the thought behind it that counts.

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