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9 Affordable Valentine’s Day Bouquets In Singapore At $50 And Under, With Delivery & Self-Collection

Affordable flowers in Singapore for Valentine’s Day 2019

Image adapted from: Floral Passion, @anndol.floral, @anndol.floral

Whether you’ve been together with your special someone long enough to finish each other’s sentences or your love is only just beginning to blossom, Valentine’s Day is the day for couples. And the truth is, regardless of how much a girl denies her “need” for flower bouquets, she would still be excited to receive one.

Score yourself some points this V-day and surprise your girl with one of these affordable bouquets.

P.S.: Check out our other Valentine’s Day-related articles for 2019 below:

 

1. Thoughts and Petals – preserved bouquets that won’t wither

Ettie ($29), and Vida ($39)
Image adapted from: @thoughtsandpetals

If your partner’s the kind to say “Flowers are a waste of money, they’ll just die after a few days” then the everlasting preserved buds from Thoughts and Petals will do the trick. The dainty Ettie ($29) and Vida ($39) are some of the bouquets available this Valentine’s Day.

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Price: From $29
Delivery fee: $10 (free delivery for bouquets $49 and above), additional fee for areas listed here
Self-collection location: Choa Chu Kang MRT Station, Jurong East MRT Station, Buona Vista MRT Station, Harbourfront MRT Station
Website

2. Amyt Fleur – mini daisies and rainbow baby’s breath

Babillious – rainbow ($35)
Image credit: amyt.fleur

There’s something about Baby’s Breath bouquets that just lure girls to them. So armed with Amyt Fleur’s Baby’s Breath bouquets, you’ll definitely win your bae’s heart. They offer single, dual, and tri-colour ones ($35) – but if you can’t decide on which colour is best you can go for the rainbow one ($48)

Reparo ($50)
Image credit: @amyt.fleur 

They also have classic rose bouquets from $50 that look extra princessy in their pastel colours.

Deletrius ($50), a dainty baby’s breath and mini daisy bouquet
Image credit: @amyt.fleur

Price: From $35
Delivery fee: $15, additional delivery details listed here
Self-collection location: #03-25, 195 Pearl’s Hill Terrace, Singapore 168976
Website

3. The Bloom Box – in handy boxes

Bloom Box Regular for 13th and 14th Feb ($40)
Image adapted from: @thebloomboxsg

Fitted beautifully in a box, The Bloom Box makes it convenient for flowers to be carried around. They can also be easily turned into tabletop decorations to spruce up your workspace or dining area. 

Bloom Box Regular for 11th and 12th Feb
Image credit: The Bloom Box

Price: $35
Delivery fee: Free, additional delivery details here
Website

4. FarEastFlora.com – chic floral ensembles

Artic Whites ($42.69)
Image credit: FarEastFlora.com

If you are looking for bouquets for any occasion including Valentine’s Day, Far East Flora is the place to visit. Their arrangements are not too over the top and have the right amount of class to them. 

A Pop of Pink ($45.38)
Image adapted from: FarEastFlora.com

If you prefer more practical floral gifts, potted flowers like A Pop of Pink ($45.38) are also available.

Price: From $42.69
Delivery fee: From $7.49, additional delivery details here
Self-collection location: FarEastFlora.com Pte Ltd, 565 Thomson Rd, Singapore 298184
Website

5. The Kindle Gifts – flowers in a jar

Red Rose Dome ($34.90) and Purple Gerbera Dome with LED Lights ($32.90)
Image credit: thekindlegifts

Beauty and the Beast is arguably one of the most classic love stories from our childhoods. If you intend to invoke that Disney movie nostalgia then The Kindle Gifts’ Rose Domes with LED Lights ($34.90) is the one for you. The glass domes house preserved flowers that have a 4 to 5-year lifespan, and the LED lights give them a whimsical look.

Purple & White Baby’s Breath in a Box ($25.90)
Image credit: Carousell

Apart from the domes, you can also choose their glass cylinders or sophisticated boxes (from $25.90).

Mixed Colour Baby’s Breath with LED Lights ($29.90)
Image credit: thekindlegifts

Price: From $25.90
Delivery fee: $5
Self-collection location: Tanjong Pagar MRT Station (more convenient location can be requested)
Website

6. Made at Mums – for the down-to-earth girl

It’s The Thought That Counts ($50)
Image credit: Made At Mums

Made At Mums’ simple bouquets have their own charm, great for the down-to-earth kinda gal. They also have a series of Dried Ready Made Bouquets ($25) that follow specific colour themes.    

Dried bouquets
Image credit: Made At Mums

Blue Florals Dried Bouquet
Image credit: Made At Mums

Price: From $25
Self-collection location: Bedok South
Website

7. Anndol.floral – baby’s breath with fairy lights

Anndol.floral proves that not all beautiful things need to be costly. And with double layer wrapping finished off with a ribbon, all their bouquets have that added element of luxe.

Fresh Roses Bouquet ($38)
Image credit: @anndol.floral

In fact, their Fresh Roses Bouquet ($38) is pretty sizeable for its price and features blossoms in different hues of pink.

Purple Baby’s Breath with Fairy Lights ($38)
Image adapted from: @anndol.floral

They also have Baby’s Breath with Fairy Lights ($38) for a magical touch. 

Preserved Blue Roses ($38), Preserved Champagne White Roses ($38)
Image adapted from: anndol.floral

As part of their everlasting V-day series, they also have a selection of different coloured Preserved Roses ($38) a beautiful alternative to the classic red rose bouquets.

Price: $38 for all Valentine’s Day bouquets
Delivery fee: $12
Website

8. Floral Passion – flower cubes and rainbow gerberas

Signature Fresh Roses Acrylic Box ($38)
Image credit: Floral Passion

While Floral Passion has regular bouquets, they also have their Signature Fresh Roses Acrylic Box ($38), neatly packed with a classy edge.

If you prefer to go simple, opt for their Alstroemeria & Baby Breath Bouquets at just $12.
Image credit: Floral Passion

They also have a couple of rainbow-dyed options (from $20), from gerberas to baby’s breath and roses. The Sunflower, Rainbow Gerbera & Baby’s Breath bouquet ($45), is a cheery alternative to the usual pink and red bouquets – suitable for showing your beloved that they add colour to your life.

Sunflower, Rainbow Gerbera & Baby’s Breath Bouquet ($45)
Image credit: Floral Passion

Price: From $12
Delivery fee: From $15, additional delivery details here
Self-collection location: Kembangan MRT
Website

9. Oopsy Daisy – dried flowers galore

Sunset in the Meadows (Large, $24.90)
Image credit: @oopsydaisysg

Oopsy Daisy has a large variety of petite dried flower bouquets that will never wither. If you’re the type of couple that likes to keep things low-key, their mellower colour combinations will be a great fit for your dearest. 

Hey Bud-dy – Purple Caspia ($10.90)
Image credit: @oopsydaisysg

Their line of mini dried flower bouquets like Hey Bud-dy ($10.90) will also let you brighten your significant other’s day without spending too much. You can attach a Valentine’s Day card on the bouquet for $0.50, and have a sweet note written on it.

Sunset in the Meadows and We Will Not Grow Old (Regular, $19.90 each)
Image credit: @oopsydaisysg

Price: From $10.90
Delivery fee: No delivery available
Self-collection locations: The Star Vista, NUS U Town, and NUS FASS
Website

 

Valentine’s Day bouquets in Singapore under $50

As with fancy chocolates, candlelit dinners and romantic gestures, flowers are a part of Valentine’s Day. But you don’t have to max out your credit card for the perfect bouquet. After all, all she really needs is your unyielding and unconditional love.

Giordan Neoh

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