Finding the perfect romantic treat for your loved one this coming Valentine’s Day? Before you take her on a helicopter ride or glamorous dinner date, take our advice and start the day with something simple, yet guaranteed to put a smile on her face—like flowers.
It might seem like a small task, but it’s an undeniable truth that ladies love it when a bunch of beautiful blooms unexpectedly show up. To make your lives easier, here are six online florists we love. So make your pick, call or drop them a message, do a quick virtual transaction and then patiently wait for a happy ‘Thank You’ from her.
Vlyn's signature style is a more minimal, yet tasteful approach on luxurious bouquets—our favourites being ones of solely tulips, peonies or calla lilies. But if you prefer a mix of blooms, they can also put together one beautifully.
Proteas and Pantone
Proteas and Pantone’s bouquets stand out with an ethereal, yet whimsy flair. Rare blossoms, such as ranunculus, dahlias and anemones, are mostly imported from Holland, Kenya and China. Bouquets are arranged by owner and actress Saimai Sricharoon.
Founded by nature geeks, Plant House has become a favourite for the free-spirited. Their quirky, yet dainty creations charmingly highlight a combination of wild plants. Its popularity has led to physical shops at EmQuartier and The Commons.
Heartmade By Kigpcn
Heartmade By Kigpcn crafts opulent bespoke bouquets, but popular orders also include their wooden floral boxes than could be filled completely with flowers or with a special gift (like a ring) as its centrepiece.
Homklai is by fashion designer Panya Jitramanasakd, the brainchild behind Panya Project. An up-and-coming in the bridal scene, his bouquets also showcase the same sophisticated and elegant finesse.