Let’s take a break from food and activities to talk about flowers. Yes, flowers. Since Singapore is known as “The Garden City,” maybe it’s not so far-fetched to say that the people here have a true appreciation for flora. I know I do.
Just recently, a friend celebrated her birthday. Instead of buying the usual mall-bought items or something cheesy from an online boutique, I decided to buy her a bouquet from the best florist in Singapore. This is when I found out there are A LOT of them in Singapore. Some have brick and mortar shops, while others are purely online florists. Of course, I was partial to online florists. I wanted a flower delivery in Singapore which is accessible via smartphone so I don’t have to physically go to a store and pick out the flowers. It’s just more convenient.
Despite being overwhelmed by a ton of choices for flower delivery in Singapore, one online florist stood out and that was A Better Florist. First of all, the name is inspired. It immediately caught my attention, plus the fact that they have a lot of positive comments online. Also, their Instagram account was eye-catching and their arrangements were visually appealing. I decided to give them a try.
The Bouquet of Choice
Since they have been touted as the best florist in Singapore, I had high hopes when I went to their site. Thankfully, I wasn’t disappointed. Sure, they had less options than other online florists I checked, but that was actually a good thing. They saved me a lot of time because of the straightforward presentation of their collections which was laid out on one page. It was divided into categories and I chose The Allison from their Signature Blooms—the first one on the page! That’s how much time I saved.
Anyway, their simple and responsive interface made it easy to finish the transaction. After putting in the necessary details, including the time and location for the delivery, I completed my first purchase with no issues.
Good news: They came through! It even arrived earlier than expected. I got a call from my friend thanking me for the beautiful flowers. She said the bouquet came in a cute packaging with a big bow and a burlap wrap—exactly as presented on their site.
After giving myself a pat on the back for a successful surprise, I checked out A Better Florist’s other products. They actually have a lot of other arrangements for various occasions, from baby baskets and hampers to wreaths, “get well soon” bouquets, grand opening flowers, and fruit baskets. Seeing as they made good on their guarantees, I might try out their fruit basket delivery next time. After all, I need some fruits in my system after all the greasy, unhealthy stuff I’ve been eating lately.