Snapshot of Our Customers

In recent weeks, we started this section to blog and share about our visiting customers. It’s call Snapshot Of Our Customers. We hope to post their pictures and hopefully a little of who they are so that we can share with our viewers in this blog. With our customers’ consent of course. 🙂

Our very first snapshot (or shall i say our inaugural featured customer) started with wedding bells – yes, no kidding, Wilfred made a purchase of a wedding bouquet from our webstore and collected it from our outlet at Lavender street with his beautiful ‘wife’, Xiao Yan. We took the opportunity to congratulate this newly wed and shower them with our blessings. They were naturally delightful couple and especially Wilfred who stole a kiss when we took a photo shoot at them.

Wedding Couple

Wedding Couple

And just yesterday 16 Nov 2013, we have visitors from France, the handsome and hunky Vincent Baira and Frederic Ribac. Vincent was looking for a flower bouquet for his girl friend and we were delighted to create a lily and red rose bouquet for him. We thank them for visiting our little flower shop at Lavender street. They took away a beautiful flower bouquet and left us with their charming and sporting personalities.

customers from France

customers from France

Condolence Flowers Etiquette in Singapore

In times of mourning, whether it’s a friend, family member, or the loved one of a friend or family member, often the best way to convey your condolences is by sending flowers. Sending flowers in memory of the deceased to the funeral parlour or home wake is a thoughtful way to show your bereavement and support of the family.

Generally, condolences flowers are arranged in a solemn soothing colours, however, a coloured theme flower arrangement can be customized to suit the sender’s request. condolences flowers can be arranged with a specific colour or flower in respect to the deceased favourite colours or flowers.

The purpose of condolences flowers in a funeral is to provide comfort, and help lift the spirit of the family of the deceased. You will also want to take the culture and faith of the deceased into consideration before sending flowers. What may be appropriate for one culture may be inappropriate for another. If you aren’t sure, ask the closest family member you know.

Common practices according to faith:

Catholic – Most flowers and arrangements are acceptable. In Singapore, it is normal to send condolences flower stands – these flower arrangement can be arranged on metal-stand or a box-stand. A funeral floral cross may be also suitable.

Christian – Most flowers and arrangements are welcome at both the memorial service and the funeral. Most flowers and arrangements are acceptable. In Singapore, it is normal to send condolences flower stands – these flower arrangement can be arranged on metal-stand or a box-stand. A funeral floral cross may be also suitable.

Buddhist – Most flowers and arrangements are appropriate. Most flowers and arrangements are acceptable. In Singapore, it is normal to send condolences flower stands – these flower arrangement can be arranged on metal-stand or a box-stand. Scrolls and blankets are occasionally delivered instead.

Hindu – Although floral arrangements are acceptable at a Hindu funeral. Most flowers and arrangements are acceptable. In Singapore, it is normal to send condolences flower stands – these flower arrangement can be arranged on metal-stand or a box-stand.

Muslim – General flowers are not sent. The appropriateness of flowers varies in the Islamic religion, so ask family members before sending them. Many people of this religion prefer that you send money to a charity in lieu of flowers. If you choose to order flowers for an Islamic funeral, keep the arrangement simple and elegant.

Jewish – Although you may send flowers to the family members’ homes, flowers at the funeral home are not typically displayed. Some of the more contemporary Jewish funerals allow flowers at the entrance of the synagogue. If you are in doubt, you should probably refrain from sending flowers and opt for a fruit basket sent to the home of the family instead.
Members of the Immediate Family

Husbands, wives, children, sisters, brothers, parents, and grandparents may order any type of floral arrangement they like. However, there are certain types that are reserved for immediate family members. Keep in mind that flowers from family are typically placed closest to the casket during the viewing or wake. In some cases they may be inside the casket with the deceased.

A casket spray or wreath or flowerbeds is generally from the immediate family. Other arrangements from the spouse, children, or parents may include table arrangements, and heart-shaped arrangements.

Extended Family Members

Other members of the family such as aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and even close friends also have a wide range of options. The traditional standing flower stands is often chosen for the most impact.
Close Friends and Business Associates

Close friends and business associates of the family of the deceased may want to send flowers to show that they are thinking of them during their time of grief. Some of the best options for friends include standing flower stands, wreaths, basket arrangements, bouquets in vases. Typically in Singapore, condolences flowers are not sent after the funeral is over. It is also uncommon for flowers to be delivered to the offices of the family member. Flowers are sent during the wake.

Why Flowers Are Still The Best Gift Till Today?

Why flowers are still the best gift till today? Flowers have long been given as gifts since time in memorial. Flowers have long been a symbol of love and care. Traditionally, a man gives a woman flowers to express his interest in her or his love for her. It is still being practiced and perhaps will continue to be so for many more years to come. However, the gift of flowers have extended its role and meaning beyond romance.

Today, people give flowers to one another to celebrate a special personal occasion or an event, an anniversary, a mother’s day, a birthday, graduation and some observed holidays. People also send flowers to express their sympathy, apology, or to wish someone well. Flowers have become and still is the universal gift for any occasion and in any season. That is why people till today gives flowers as gifts.

why gift flowers?

why gift flowers?

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10 Tips on How to Prolong the Lives of Cut Flowers

by Yuka Goh,

Many people may avoid purchasing cut flowers for fear of them dying easily. However, here are 10 secrets on how to prolong the lives of cut flowers to make them worth every cent they were paid for.

1. Always make sure that there is fresh water for the flowers every day. Once the water turns murky, it shows that there have been bacteria growth in the water and it will shorten the lives of the flowers.

2. As much as it is important to supply flowers with clean water, the vase must also be clean. Before placing the flowers into the vase, wash the vase with warm water and soap to get rid of bacteria.

3. Sometimes leaves will grow at the lower areas of the stem and will be submerged in the water. Remove these leaves as they promote bacterial growth and thus are detrimental to the lives of flowers.

4. Diluting flower preservatives in the water will also be good in prolonging the lives of cut flowers. Flower preservatives contain bleach which helps to prevent bacteria growth and supplies water and food to the flowers for them to survive and bloom. Flower preservatives can be bought or made at home with some basic household items.

5. It is important to cut the stems of the flowers daily. This will help the flowers absorb water and nutrients efficiently. Avoid damaging the stems while cutting them by using a sharp knife. Cut diagonally for a larger surface area of the stem to be exposed. This also ensures that the stem does not rest flat on the bottom of the vase, thus steady absorption of minerals occur, allowing flowers to survive.

6. It is better to keep cut flowers in a cool place, away from strong sunlight. While sunlight is good for growing flowers, it will cause cut flowers to dry out faster and thus shorten their lives.

7. Do not place cut flowers near ripe fruits. These rip fruits contain chemicals that may cause the flowers to bloom prematurely and cause them to die earlier.

8. It is not advisable to expose the flowers to cigarette smoke as well. The smoke will cause a layer of fine particles to accumulate on the surface of the flower, clogging the stomata of the plants which then affects the respiration and transpiration of the plant. By not smoking around flowers, it will prolong the lifespan of the flowers.

9. Remember to spray the flowers with some water daily. This will help to keep the flowers dewy and fresh.

10. A little bit of love and care will go a long way in keeping your cut flowers alive. Sometimes people forget to change the water and this will lead to the plants dying fast. Always remember that flowers are living things as well, so shower them with care and they will repay you in the form of its exquisite beauty.

Chinese Valentine’s Day 2013

The Chinese Valentine’s Day is on the seventh day of the 7th month in the traditional Chinese lunar calendar, whose name is “七夕” (Qixi). The Chinese Valentine’s Day for 2013 is on 13th of August.

Chinese Valentine’s Day originated from a romantic fable about two lovers: the seventh daughter of the Goddess of Heaven and a simple cowherd. It is said that the cowherd from the mundane world and weaving goddess from heaven loved each other. But love between the goddess and human beings was forbidden. They were separated by the Milky Way according to the command of the Queen Mother of the West.

But the Queen Mother of the West also showed her mercy to the couple. They were permitted to meet once a year, and the cowherd and weaving goddess became the stars of Altair and Vega. They could meet on the seventh night of the seventh lunar month every year. The magpies were moved by their true love and the birds formed a bridge for the couple to meet every year.

Qixi festival

Qixi festival

Their beautiful tale is wildly known in China and the Qixi festival is passed down as a tradition from generation to generation. Every year on the Qixi Festival, many lovers would pray for their love and happiness. Now a days in China, lovers release hung ming lanterns, and make good wishes of faithful love between them. So why not celebrate Valentine’s day twice this year? Celebrate this day with your love one with Chinese Valentine Flowers today. Fresh flowers are still the most common and meaningful gift for Chinese Valentine’s Day. We hand crafted this special Chinese valentine bouquet for this special occasion.

chinese valentine bouquet

Chinese valentine bouquet

Chinese Valentine Bouquet

Chinese Valentine Bouquet



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Minion Mania in Singapore

Minion-mania has been sweeping Singapore, long queues of people at McDonald’s lining up to buy minion-themed toys with every meal. This craze is happening in Malaysia too. Minions are small, yellow, cylinder-shaped, creatures that have one or two eyes and are one of the most notable characters in the box office hit movie Despicable Me.

They are now seen everywhere from the big screens to apps, to toys, to stickers, to cakes and even flowers. Yes, we were asked by our customer to arrange a minion using fresh flowers – closely resembling the minion character and so, very quickly our creative hands got to work and crafted a very look-a-like minion with yellow carnations. Garnished with bright red rose , tea leaves and baby breath, our minion flower arrangements are well received. See our minion flower arrangement here.

Minion Flower Arrangement

Minion Flower Arrangement

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Hari Raya Hampers Singapore

Firstly, we would like to wish all our muslim friends Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri. Hari raya this year falls on 8 august 2013. In Malay, Hari Raya means the ‘grand day of rejoicing’ and, in Singapore, it is a festival that recognises the demonstration of self-restraint during Ramadan, and symbolises purification and renewal. It is also a time of forgiveness and children often visit their parents and ask for forgiveness for any offences over the previous year.

Hari Raya Puasa is a joyous and celebrated occasion that marks the end of the month long fasting period. It is a happy occasion celebrated among family,relatives and friends with prayers, visitations and gifts.

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Hari Raya 2013

Hari Raya 2013

Hari Raya Hamper Singapore 2013

Hari Raya Hamper Singapore

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Graduation Moments

This the season of the year again where major academic institutions (particularly NUS, NTU, SMU) in Singapore are having their Graduation convocation. Graduation is a momentous occasion and it is more so for the graduating students. fresh flowers have always been an integral part of this special moment and they have helped capture this event by adding colour, vibrancy, freshness and most importantly cheerfulness. Graduation is certainly a unforgettable time of our lives, a time to be proud of, a time to mark the success of one’s journey in life. New graduates deserve to be congratulated and memories to be cherished in years to come. Visit our graduation bouquet arrangement. Visit our variety of graduation flowers singapore

graduation flowers singapore

graduation hand bouquet

Actual Sizes of Flowers & Images In Our Website

We are writing this article to explain the images and sizes displayed in our webstore. Firstly 99% of the products featured in our webstore are created by our in-house professional florists. Hence the images of all the flowers arrangements featured in our webstore are the property of

The images displayed in our webstore are captured by digital cameras are actual flowers of the arrangement , never digitally doctored to enhance the sizes of flowers. The sizes of flowers are as they are. Some arrangement may appear larger than actual because they are captured in closer proximithy (smaller gap between the object and the lens of the camera). Below is an example of 2 different images of bouquets. On the left is the image of a 6 stalks red rose bouquet and of the right is a image of hydrangea, lily and rose bouquet. The bouquet on the right , though may seem smaller than the one on the left is actually about 5 x times larger than the bouquet on the left.

actual size of flowers

actual size of flowers

Mother’s Day – 12 May 2013

There are 13 days left to 2013 Mother’s Day. Have we planned and gotten something for mom this year? Tell mom you love her by celebration on this special day, honour and indulge your mom by giving her what she deserved. You are the only person who knows what your mom appreciate most. But reminding mom that you have her in your thoughts would be, I would say the best gift. What better way to remind by sending her a beautifully arranged standing flowers of fresh pink and red carnations or a basket with a good mixed of fine assortment of chocolates in a basket of flowers or a health basket consisting of essence of chicken and birdnest and yomeishu tonic drink, give mom the vitality she deserved. Get more ideas from our Mother’s Day Special category.

chocolate gift basket

chocolate gift basket

March 2013 Deals!

We launched 2 hand bouquets designs with introductory promotions through our newsletter a couple of weeks ago. The 2 bouquets are standing hand bouquet which can be held like a hand bouquet or be placed on the table top and a 12 red rose hand bouquet with orange wrappings – we call it Happy Bouquet. 🙂

Oh, speaking of newsletter, are you a subscriber of our newsletter? If not, subscribe now and you will be the first to receive periodical promotions to our products and services. Do remember to check your spam or junk folder, as it may have found it’s way there in error. If so, mark it as “not junk” non-spam email to be sure you receive our newsletter straight into your mail inbox.

march 2013

march 2013

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Florist Flower Delivery

Today, with increasing hectic lifestyle, it is no longer common for people to spend their time visiting a departmental store to pick up a gift for someone. Many are not turning into florists to do just that. The phrase ‘let your fingers do the walking’ is taking on a whole new meaning today. Letting your fingers do the walking and shopping too – Online and mobile shopping is now the more common choice and it has seen tremendous growth since the wide spread of the Internet. Florists have long ridden on the Internet waves to expand their services beyond their local boundaries.

With increased smartphone usage, mobile shopping has taken many leaps forward in recent years. One could virtually purchase anything and everything from anywhere and have the gift delivered to your doorstep.

5 Benefits from Choosing A Florist That Delivers

1. No need to visit physical shops: This is one of the main benefits of choosing a flower delivery services. People do not have to spend time going from one store to store or florist to florist to choose a bouquet for a special occasion. All you have to do is visit the websites of the various online florists where you can choose from the large variety of flower arrangements and designs.

2. A wide variety: You can find a great variety of flower arrangements for you to choose from. Most online florists offer many fresh flowers arrangement with gifts for the different type of occasions from Love & Romance to Apology to Anniversary to Birthdays etc. The online market place full florist, to stay ahead, today’s florist are providing more choices of floral gifts.

3. Competitively priced: This is also one of the primary reason why online shopping gain so much traction in recent years. It allows you to make price comparison between the different online florists offering the same products. Consumers benefit from making a more informed decision and ultimately safe them money.

4. Easy and secure payment options: Most online florist offer easy and secure payment options for online shoppers.Use either your credit card or internet banking facilities on their websites. However, it is important for you to make sure that the mode of online payment is secure so that you do not fall prey to online credit card frauds.

5. Delivery Service: The best thing about making your purchase online is that you can choose to have your flowers delivered right to the door front of the recipient. Most online florists allow you to choose from a range of delivery time slots. Some florists offer 24 hours flower delivery service which allows you to send flowers at anytime – eg. the stroke of mid night to wish that special someone happy birthday.

24Hrs City Florist Flower Delivery in Singapore with store front located at Lavender Street in central Singapore. They offer such services like express flower delivery (delivery time within 2 to 3 hours), 24 hour delivery anywhere in Singapore all year round including Sundays & public holidays. Visit their website at:

Flower Delivery On Sunday

There aren’t many florist in Singapore providing flower delivery on Sundays. We at, is one of the few florists in Singapore that provide such services. You can purchase your flowers online or by phone on Sunday for delivery on the day itself. We have been providing Sunday delivery since we were established in 2004. It is an extension of our then services to cater for the need for funeral flowers but now we offer flowers arrangements in the form of hand bouquets, table arrangements, gift baskets, hampers and many more.

Flowers For Funeral in Singapore

Flowers for funeral in Singapore are normally sent during the wake. In Singapore, funeral flowers or condolences flowers or sometimes also known as wreaths are purchased and sent to the wake as a gesture of respect for the deceased, as well as loving support to the bereaved family and friends, especially when you cannot be there in person. funeral flowers also make for a more pleasant atmosphere, helping those present feel as comfortable and welcome as possible. With flowers at a service, you help create a lasting and beautiful memory for those who have gathered to mourn the loss of someone dear.

flowers for funeral

flowers for funeral

Valentine’s 2013

This year we saw Valentine’s Day falling within the same week as the Chinese New Year. Given the strong family oriented celebration, coupled with the long holidays, many had taken the opportunity to travel overseas. The repercussion? We believe many people had given Valentine’s Day a miss for the more important and busy Chinese new year celebration. Hence, even with the wider variety of designs and prices, we saw lesser people buying flowers for their loved ones this year. Nevertheless, as with every year, we enjoyed ourselves during this season arranging orders for Valentine’s moments. Many of our florists though admitted that it is hard work but had equally enjoyed themselves working alongside many other fellow florists and friends.

Valentine Florist Briefing Session

Valentine Florist Briefing Session

Valentine's Customer Service

Valentine’s Customer Service

Ask Her To Be Your Valentine

Valentines Day falls on 14th of February and is the most awaited day by lovers. Valentines Day gives them the opportunity to express their love through many actions by offering bouquet of flowers, enjoying outdoors, partying or simply sharing a romantic meal on Valentines Day. It’s a great feeling to love and be loved. Victor Hugo said, “Life’s greatest happiness is to be convinced we are loved “. To be loved and win is the best thing. To love and lose, the next best. Through out the world, Valentines Day is celebrated with great love and enthusiasm, since love is devoid of language or boundaries or religion. Celebrating Valentines Day is the ideal way of rekindling the love for elders who have passed their middle age, to discover love for the youth and to celebrate the love for the newly wedded couples. Robert Frost rightly says, “Love is the irresistible desire to be irresistibly desired “. Love is in the air on Valentines Day and fan the feeling with these quotes on Valentines Day.

Celebrating Lunar New Year 2013

Gong Xi Fa Chai. The Chinese New Year for 2013 is on Feb 10 and marks the Year of the Snake. Chinese astrology are thought by many to dictate personality traits or even to impact world events in any year they rule.Snake and those born under compatible signs benefit from good fortune during a Snake year. The year of the snake can expect good fortune in relationships and look forward to a time when they personally or professionally shine. It will be a year when Snake can easily overcome recent setbacks or obstacles experienced in 2012

We usher in a new year and in every Chinese customs and traditions, a time for well wishes and giving. Traditionally, Chinese new year hampers are often exchanged between corporations, businesses and even families and friends.

Chinese New Year Hampers

Chinese New Year Hampers

Christmas Hampers 2012

Christmas isn’t Christmas without presents, good food and families. In Singapore, it is customary for corporations, friends and families to give each other gifts durint this once a year celebration. Christmas can be a season of great joy. It is a time of God showing His great love for us. It can be a time of healing and renewed strength. A time of reflection, caring, sharing and giving.

A bottle of Bordeaux APC france wine (750ml), a bottle of Chilian White Wine (750ml), Godiva Chocolatier made in Belgium (99g), Swiss Lindt Lindor Chocolate (168g), Swiss Miss Indulgent Collection – dark chocolate sensation (283g), Elit Gourmet Collection assorted chocolate pralines (275g), Famour Amos Chocolate Chip & Pecans (251g), FLoras of Ryedale Scottish Chocolate collection (200g), Merba double chocolate cookies from Belgium (150g), Tudor Gold Milk Chocolate Strawberry (120g), Dannish Butter Cookies (100g), Elit Chocolate Spoons (54g) from Turkey, Walkers Pure Butter Shortbread (150g), Dannish Butter Cookies (100g), Walkers Chocolate of London (100g), 15cm teddy in decorative festive basket.

xmas hampers

Christmas Hampers

Gift Basket – Coffee Time

Share a coffee moment and enjoy the warm tropical breeze with a good book in hand as you savour freshly brewed Davidoff Fine Aroma coffee (100g) from Keepcup reusable cup (16oz) and delicious butter cookies from Crabtree & Evelyn (100g). arrange in a happy fresh floral blooms in a chic leather gift basket.

Note: KeepCup (TM) is the first barista standard reusable cup made in Australia. Davidoff Fine Aroma is the full body derived from South American origins and its rich aroma and spiciness originating from East African coffees that make this coffee the discerning choice for all those who prefer an intense, fascinating taste experience Keepcup colour subject to availability and may differ.

gift basket

gift basket

Deepavali Hampers | Diwali Hampers 2012

Deepavali (also: Depawali, Dipavali, Dewali, Diwali, Divali, Dipotsavi, Dipapratipad ) marks the beginning of the Hindu New Year. Deepavali, literally means “row of lights,” is celebrated by Hindus around the world and is the most important festival in Hinduism. It celebrates the victory of Goodness over Evil and Light over Darkness – it ushers in the new year.

In Singapore, this festival is endearingly called the Festival of Lights falls on 13 November 2012 and is a public holiday. New clothes are worn during Deepavali and sweets and snacks are shared. Some Indian communities also begin the financial year on Deepavali for auspicious reasons. A traditional way to celebrate Deepavali in Singapore is to have your hands painted with henna art. Henna is a flowering plant used to dye skin, hair, fingernails and even leather and wool. These temporary tattoos are often done for free by local artists.

During Deepavali, the streets of Little India are artfully decorated and lit up in bright brilliant colours, transforming it with colourful arches and lights. Festive bazaars and cultural activities such as the Indian Heritage and Craft Exhibition, Street Parade, Countdown Concert are also held. The festive stalls are decorated with wares such as fragrant flowers, garlands used during prayers, traditional oil lamps and beautiful Saris with intricate brocade patterns and glittering gems. Colourful Indian outfits, intricate costume jewellery and traditional arts and craft are also on sale. Deepavali hampers and gifts are exchanged during this period too.

Deepavali Hamper

Birthday Gift – A Piggy Affair

Nothing makes a recipient’s heart turn warm better when she sees a pair of adorable pink piglets soft toy arranged in a white basket (lined with checked pink cloth) with red roses and baby breath topping up with a big red cushion heart. The piglet made its first début to our soft-toy and flowers category in 2011 and it is only recently we decided to introduce them as a pair. It comes piggy-perfect with guy piggy and a gal piggy (wearing a little floral head dress). Whether is a gift to say thank you, or ‘i love you’ or a birthday occasion or even something simple such to tell her you are thinking of her, this pair of piglets with charming red roses simply will turn her day pink! Click here to order.

Piggy Affair

Piggy Affair

Condolence Flower

Flowers for condolences are not meant to take away the pain from a grieving family. However, this gesture is a good way to let other family members and friends know that they are not alone in their grief; that they have got someone by their side. It is an honorable gesture, a gesture of comfort and kindness, and one of respect. The act of sending condolence flower shows those grieving how the life of the deceased touched the life of the one sending the flowers.

There is no one best sympathy flowers to give. Many people have their preferences and their favorites. We created this simple yet elegant condolence floral stand layered with white ribbons. Soothing tall condolence flower stand of chrysanthemum & poms speaks of comfort to the bereaved family when words seems too difficult to express. This arrangement is designed with an extended height using towering pandana leaves. Cream white ribbons specially decorated on top of an elegant khaki green box.

condolence flowers

condolence flower

Panda in Singapore

Inspired and excited with the arrival of Kai Kai & Jia Jia; 2 giant pandas from Chengdu, China. we created this panda bouquet, arranged with white carnation in the centre surrounded lovely sweet pink roses. Like the panda themselves, the panda bouquet had attracted quite a lot of on lookers when we placed it in our fridge for display.

panda bouquet

panda bouquet

The pandas are in Singapore on a 10-year loan from the Chinese government to mark two decades of strong ties between China and Singapore. The panda were warmly welcome into their new home at the River Safari at Singapore Zoo as part of a conservation initiative.

Chinese Valentine’s Day – 23 Aug 2012

Today may be a common day for most of you, but for Chinese people, it has special meanings. It is the Double Seventh Festival, which is considered the Chinese Valentine’s Day. There’s a beautiful but sad story behind.

Long ago, there was a boy, clever, diligent and honest. Orphaned at an early age, he was very poor. However, he adopted an abandoned old buffalo, which proved to be very loyal and helped him a lot. The two enjoyed a good relationship so villagers came to know him by the name of the Cowherd.

At the same time, the youngest of the seven celestial princesses had grown tired of the secluded life in the heavenly palace. She longed for a mundane life she often saw down beneath her. That was a very pervert idea to cherish in heaven. Yet, determined to pursue her own happiness, she sneaked out and descended onto the earth and to the sudden happiness of the Cowherd with whom she had fallen in love.

They married and had a lovely boy and a girl. While the Cowherd worked in the fields with his old pal the buffalo, the heavenly princess weaved at home to help support the family. Villagers all admired her excellent weaving skill. She was now well-known as the Weaving Girl.

The family lived peacefully and happily until the girl‘s celestial royal family found her missing and traced her to the village. (By the way, it is popularly believed that a day in heaven accounts for years on the earth. The years she had spent with the Cowherd was but a day or so by the celestial calendar.)

The Celestial Empress was in such a wrath that she gave her daughter only two choices: to go back home or see her husband and children destroyed. She had no choice but to leave.

The old buffalo suddenly began to speak to the astonished young man, saying that he was dying in no time and asking him to use his hide as a vehicle to catch up with his wife. And off he sailed to heaven taking his young son and daughter in two baskets.
Fearing that the young man would catch up, the empress took out her hair spin and drew a big river across the sky, known to the Chinese as the Silvery River (the Milky Way in the West). She wanted to separate the family forever.
However, all the magpies in the world, deeply touched by the story, came to their rescue. Each year, on the seventh day of the seventh month, they would flock together to form a bridge so that the family may enjoy a brief reunion.

The day, 7th July of lunar calendar, became a traditional festival as the story hands down. And impressed by the story, a famous poet in Song Dynasty named Qin Guan wrote a beautiful poem for them:

Clouds float like works of art;
Stars shoot with grief at heart.
Across the Milky Way the Cowherd meets the Maid,
When autumn’s Golden Wind embraces Dew of Jade,
All the love scenes on earth, however many, fade.
Their tender love flows like a stream;
This happy date seems but a dream.
Can they bear a separate homeward way?
If love between both sides can last for age,
Why need they stay together night and day?

Every human will die and every story will be forgetten someday, but the pursuit for love and freedom will never fade.
Happy Chinese Valentine’s Day to everyone and hope the world would be just like the old saying, all shall be well, and Jack shall have Jill.

Wishing All Our Muslim Customer Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri

The Joy of Fasting

After 30 days of dawn-to-dusk fasting during Ramadan, the first three days of Hari Raya Aidilfitri are celebrated on a grand scale. While Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebrations are colourful and fascinating, you should take note that the fasting month leading up to the holiday is probably the best time to experience the Malay culture and heritage.

For Muslims, the month of Ramadan is devoted to worship, charitable deeds and acts of compassion. To purify one’s body and soul, they practice abstinence from food and drink during the day. When the sun sets, families and friends often gather to break the fast with evening prayers and meals, and the streets of Geylang Serai and Kampong Glam come alive with performances and street bazaars. If you’re in Singapore during Ramadan, this is the best times to soak in the festivities. Head to the Malay Village in Geylang Serai or make your way to Kampong Glam, an area that was once home to Singapore’s Malay royalty. Both ethnic enclaves attract Singaporeans of all races, and wherever you’re from, you’re welcome to take part in the celebrations.

Besides the glittering street light-ups and traditional decorations, you’ll find street stalls that open from early afternoon till late into the night, selling a wide variety of traditional food, fashion, textiles and handicrafts. From tailor-made traditional dresses known as ‘baju kurung’ to hand-woven cushion covers, from affordable Persian carpets to delightful flower arrangements, you’re bound to find a keepsake of the festivities. In Geylang Serai, you’ll also find stalls that personalise key chains and door signs for the home, all engraved and painted by hand on finely-crafted wood.

The main attraction of the bazaars is, of course, the food. A trip to the bazaars is simply not complete without sampling the variety of traditional Malay cakes and pastries called ‘kueh-kueh’. Take your pick from sweet snacks like pineapple tarts, ‘ondeh-ondeh’ made with palm sugar filled centres, and ‘putu piring’, a steamed dessert served with grated coconut.

When Hari Raya Aidilfitri arrives, Muslim families often dress in the same colour to signify their unity. The men wear a loose shirt with trousers known as ‘baju Melayu’ and the women wear the quintessential ‘baju kurung’. If you’re lucky enough, you might get an invite to a home-cooked Hari Raya Aidilfitri feast. A wide variety of spicy dishes are traditionally served during the three-day celebration, including spicy beef ‘rendang’, vegetable curry ‘sayur lodeh’ and Malay rice cakes called ‘ketupat’.

If you’re in Singapore during Ramadan, don’t miss the opportunity to experience the rich Malay heritage, and when Hari Raya Aidilfitri comes around, greet everyone with a joyous “Selamat Hari Raya”.

Baby Gifts Set for New Born

We added a new baby gift set consisting of :
1 x Baby MelamineSet (5 piece) consisting of cup,plate, bowl, fork & spoon
1 x Shears 4-piece baby clothing gift box
1 x 3-in-1 Noah Animal Milk Bottle (250ml each)
3 x 70g Eu Yen San Essence of Chicken
1 x Disney baby Funtacy Head to Toe baby bath (100ml),
1 x Disney baby Funtasy Powder (100g)
1 x Disney baby Funtasy Milk Lotion (100ml)
1 x Shear’s baby vibrating toy
2 x pack of Drypers diapers.
Fresh gerbera flowers.

baby gift

baby gift

Hari Raya Hampers

We introduce our 2012 Hari Raya Hampers this year with new products and packaging. Visit our Hari Raya Hamper offering

For delivery of raya hampers, best to place latest by 15 Aug to ensure delivery before 19/20 Aug 2012 – which is the predicted hari raya day.

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raya hamper


A short write up about Hari Raya:

After 30 days of dawn-to-dusk fasting during Ramadan, the first three days of Hari Raya Aidilfitri are celebrated on a grand scale. While Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebrations are colourful and fascinating, you should take note that the fasting month leading up to the holiday is probably the best time to experience the Malay culture and heritage.

For Muslims, the month of Ramadan is devoted to worship, charitable deeds and acts of compassion. To purify one’s body and soul, they practice abstinence from food and drink during the day. When the sun sets, families and friends often gather to break the fast with evening prayers and meals, and the streets of Geylang Serai and Kampong Glam come alive with performances and street bazaars. If you’re in Singapore during Ramadan, this is the best times to soak in the festivities. Head to the Malay Village in Geylang Serai or make your way to Kampong Glam, an area that was once home to Singapore’s Malay royalty. Both ethnic enclaves attract Singaporeans of all races, and wherever you’re from, you’re welcome to take part in the celebrations.

Besides the glittering street light-ups and traditional decorations, you’ll find street stalls that open from early afternoon till late into the night, selling a wide variety of traditional food, fashion, textiles and handicrafts. From tailor-made traditional dresses known as ‘baju kurung’ to hand-woven cushion covers, from affordable Persian carpets to delightful flower arrangements, you’re bound to find a keepsake of the festivities. In Geylang Serai, you’ll also find stalls that personalise key chains and door signs for the home, all engraved and painted by hand on finely-crafted wood.

The main attraction of the bazaars is, of course, the food. A trip to the bazaars is simply not complete without sampling the variety of traditional Malay cakes and pastries called ‘kueh-kueh’. Take your pick from sweet snacks like pineapple tarts, ‘ondeh-ondeh’ made with palm sugar filled centres, and ‘putu piring’, a steamed dessert served with grated coconut.

When Hari Raya Aidilfitri arrives, Muslim families often dress in the same colour to signify their unity. The men wear a loose shirt with trousers known as ‘baju Melayu’ and the women wear the quintessential ‘baju kurung’. If you’re lucky enough, you might get an invite to a home-cooked Hari Raya Aidilfitri feast. A wide variety of spicy dishes are traditionally served during the three-day celebration, including spicy beef ‘rendang’, vegetable curry ‘sayur lodeh’ and Malay rice cakes called ‘ketupat’.

If you’re in Singapore during Ramadan, don’t miss the opportunity to experience the rich Malay heritage, and when Hari Raya Aidilfitri comes around, celebrate this festive moment with gifts, hampers and greet everyone with a joyous “Selamat Hari Raya”.

Blue & Yellow Rose Bouquet – Florist Delivery Singapore

Combining the mystical blue with the respectable yellow colour of rose into a bouquet forms the unique blend of appearance which makes this bouquet all the more desirable. Not as loud as passion red roses but not as soft of pastel pink ones. This in-between makes this blue and yellow rose hand bouquet suitable for a variety of occasions such as, birthday, thinking of you, missing you, well wishes, thank you, congratulations and even suitable for graduations.

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Blue & Yellow Rose Bouquet

Calla Lily – Flower Delivery To Singapore

Calla lilies are a native of southern Africa. They are grown from rhizomes and once planted they keep spreading. It grows well on any kind of soil, provided there is a humid climate around. It is a very attractive flower and the most common colour that we see around is white. But the flower is found in colours like burgundy, pink, yellow, blackish purple, and orange.

The symbolism in the calla lily meaning is its association with weddings as its whiteness is depicting purity and a reunion of hearts whereas its trumpet like shape is the symbol of a female body. White calla lilies are also symbol of magnificent beauty and innocence.

White calla lilies are pure flowers. Divine, elegant, classy you name it, they are! Ideal for wedding arrangements, wedding bouquets, they are the right flower choice for delicate, pure brides. Stunning in color, their white or creamy shades of white leave the impression of a fantasy flower, that can only be found in mystical stories, but no, they are not, they are real flowers, having a real astonishing beauty!

Click here for a variety of calla lily arrangement.

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Mix Flowers Basket Arrangement – 24 Hours Flower Shop In Singapore

We had a customer who wanted a tall fresh flower arrangement not more than SGD90 in budget, we created this basket arrangement of mix flowers which is suitable for virtually any occasions and can be placed in most places either on a coffee table, counter top or any table top. The customer loved it and so were we. 🙂 Visit us at our physical store ; Flower Shop In Singapore.

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flower shop in singapore

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Send Bouquet Flowers to Singapore

Is the graduation season for our local universities, NUS, NTU & SMU. What is more appropriate than flowers to capture this once a life time event. We have a wide selections of flowers and bouquets to make that frozen moment even more colourful. 24hrs city florist send bouquet flowers anywhere in singapore.

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send bouquet flowers

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graduation flowers

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Send Flowers Gifts – A Bag Plenty Of Love by 24Hrs City Florist Singapore

Flowers were never arranged directly into a bag .. well, not until we introduced this new design consisting of red roses, pink gerberas, lilac statice and hypericum in a striking yet adorable (not to mentioned re-usable) me-to-you (TM) paper bag. Send Flowers Gifts in a specially designed me-to-you (TM) paper bag.

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send flowers gifts to singapore

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Flower Hamper For Any Occasion

Introducing a flower hamper (or a gift basket) which comes with a bottle of red premier Australian wine and an assortment of imported chocolates & cookies consisting of:Lindt Swiss Chocolate (155g), Delfi Assortment Nuts & Fruits Chocolate (180g), Merba double chocolate cookies from Belgium (150g), Delfi Chocolatier dark mint sticks from Holland (75g) in a basket of fresh white lilies and pink rose. A gift suitable for any occasion whether it is for a birthday, promotion, congratulation, thank you, thinking of you, house warming, wedding or even Christmas.

flower hamper

flower hamper

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Puppy Bouquet – Rekindling Those Puppy Love Moments

Puppy Bouquet – Rekindling Those Puppy Love Moments

We wanted to create someonething different from the regular bouquets we have been making all these years. We gather our florists and told ourselves that it must be firstly, unique, adorable yet appealing to the masses. A bouquet that speaks of love with a tinge of playfulness. We had to be bold and sassy. We decided on to create a puppy bouquet. Admittedly, our first few attempts needed more tweaking and after a few trials, we finally perfected the puppy bouquet we could confidently say we are really proud of. We introduced our puppy bouquet along with our puppy love theme.

puppy bouquet

puppy bouquet

Here’s a written review from our florist Jaslyn:

What comes to your mind when you come across the term “Puppy Love”?

Thinking back, most of us have found this experience to be a memorable and perhaps, cute one. One that would make us smile whenever we think about it. One most of us have been through during our younger days. An infatuation, a what seemed like an irresistible attraction… that racing heart, sweaty palms, cold feet, and stammering when that very special someone makes a conversation.

The Puppy Love bouquet designed and created by the florists in 24Hrs City Florist have seamlessly nailed the idea of making one feel the indescribable affection all over again. The clever and outstanding design has made it hard to take one’s eyes away. Whether or not the receiver of this bouquet has a puppy, he or she would be so drawn to it that everyone we know whom have received it have expressed that they feel more inclined to taking care of the flowers as compared to receiving a classic flower bouquet.

Blue Rose : How To Prepare It – by 24Hrs City Florist

We created this video to share with our florists on how to dye, treat and prepare blue rose for arrangement. When done correctly, the colour blue will turn out fully and evenly absorbed.

Blue rose cannot be grown naturally, at least not yet. Nature has it that roses, lack the particular pigmentation that is needed to produce the colour blue. As such, alternative methods have been thought of to “create” a blue rose.

This normally means that a white or cream or ivory rose is cut prematurely, and dipped into blue dye, thus gradually turning the petals blue.

For years, florists all over have searched for a true blue rose, but to no avail. The quest for the absolute blue rose has been compared to the Christian hunt for the Holy Grail. As such, the blue rose is considered to be the Holy Grail of the rose world.

This association wraps the blue rose in an aura of mystery – which is the main significance of blue roses.

The fact that their appearance (albeit through unnatural methods) defies the course of nature makes them mysterious and ambiguous.

This mysteriously vague quality of blue roses is accentuated by the fact that blue roses that we have today aren’t real. Their existence is purely fabricated, and this makes them even more mysterious and even creates a sense of surrealism.

In short, blue roses can symbolize an appreciation for all things enigmatic

Blue Rose Arrangement

Blue Rose Arrangement

blue rose hand bouquet

blue rose hand bouquet

blue rose with hydrangea bouquet

blue rose with hydrangea bouquet

Singapore Florist – Lily & Rose Bouquet by 24Hrs City Florist

Size does matter. That’s why we had arranged this contrasting mix of red roses with casablanca while lilies in a hand held bouquet. A large bouquet to remind her how much you love her.

Note: In esoteric and mystery teachings, lily meaning s include, Development, Growth, Progress, Freedom & Purity. The lily also holds symbolism of purity and innocence. The lily is a symbolic flower of health and provision.
The Romans adopted the rose as a symbol love, secrecy, and beauty. Roman dining-room ceilings were displayed with roses, reminding guests to keep secret what had been said during dinner. The Latin words sub rosa means “under the rose” and to this day means “confidentiality.” Roses were also part of Greek mythology. The Goddess of Love, Aphrodite, is said to have created the rose when shedding her tears and the blood of her lover Adonis.

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Buy And Send Flowers Online

Buy and send flowers online by selecting the occasion that gift is for. There are many reasons for sending flowers; from anniversaries, birthdays to thank yous. You don’t have to wait for an occasion to buy and send flowers, simply just send flowers to tell her you are thinking of her. She will be at awe to learn how thoughtful you are. Everybody loves to feel special and it always a good feeling to know that someone else is thinking of you.

There are a wide variety of flower arrangements at our online store. Price ranging from as low as $75 with FREE delivery during office hours. With a few clicks of the mouse or a few touches on your smart phone or ipads, your flowers will be on their way to the recipient.

Funeral Flowers – Table Spray by 24Hrs City Florist Singapore

In times of sorrow, fresh funeral flowers help convey the condolences of the lost what words often cannot. This solemn yet elegant table spray arranged with cream gerberas with mixed while and green poms brings breath of freshness especially when placed on the table around the casket or event as the table reception.

funeral flowers

funeral flowers

Hello Kitty Bouquet by 24Hrs City Florist Singapore

We created this first Hello Kitty bouquet in June 2011 and since then we have been receiving many enquiries about whether we could arrange other look alike bouquets such as elmo, smiley and even angry bird. Well guess what? All of the mentioned, we attempted and they not only look unique but incredible adorable too. What better way to surprise that someone special with our new range of unique character bouquets. a sure eye catcher and envy from those who have been receiving regular bouquets.

hello kitty bouquet

hello kitty bouquet

Here’s a bit of a background about hello kitty:

That adorable face with the dots for eyes, no mouth, and bright red bow is the creation of Sanrio, a Japanese company. First designed by Yuko Shimizu. She is portrayed as a female white Japanese bobtail cat with a red bow.The character’s first appearance on an item, a vinyl coin purse, was introduced in Japan in 1974 and brought to the United States in 1976.

Sanrio was looking for a mascot that would apply to pre-teen girls, and they struck gold when they introduced Hello Kitty to the world.
Unlike other mascots, Hello Kitty is purely a business woman. She is not in any cartoons or movies. Instead, you’ll find her face on everything from pencils to purses. In fact, she was originally created so that Sanrio could have something girly to put on a change purse!

Although she is used for her marketing prowess, Hello Kitty does have a family and a life. Hello Kitty’s real name is Kitty White. The red bow that she wears is used to distinguish Kitty from her twin sister, Mimi, who dons a yellow bow. Kitty is a 3rd grader who lives with her parents near London. Like many other children, she rides the bus to school every day – to a school in a suburb of London.

But if she was created by a Japanese company, why does she live in England? Back in the mid 1970′s, the British lifestyle was incredibly popular in Japan. Sanrio wanted to create a character that capitalized on the latest trends – in addition to being absolutely adorable! In fact, the British lifestyle played such a big role in the creation of Hello Kitty that her real name was originally “Whitey Kitty” – a name taken from Lewis Carroll’s “Through the Looking Glass”.

The Hello Kitty character was deliberately designed without a mouth because the lack of smile or frown means makes it easier for people to project their own feelings on to the cartoon. Or as one author put it ‘the person can be happy or sad together with Hello Kitty’.

Order Funeral Flowers | Wreath Singapore Delivery

There is no eternity in life, the end of the road of every cherished moment with a lost friend, a family member, or our beloved ones.

As we remember the past with joy, laughter, and sometimes, sorrow during the most challenging times with our loved ones, the best thing we could ever do is to send them a quiet wish of eternal peace. It’s as if we bid them well as they transcend into a paradise of infinite serenity. And often, we symbolize our love with a floral gift.

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Well-practiced, well-revered traditions of funeral floral arrangements are as old as history itself. From around the world, funeral rituals are practiced in many colours and shapes imaginable. It’s as if flowers are the universal language used when words fail in the moment of silence. Often condolence wreaths or funeral flowers are delivered when you are not able to personally able to attend the wake or service.

When flowers are arranged in a neat and orderly fashion, nothing in your floral gift could be seen as inappropriate. Among the most popular choices of flower arrangements are condolences flower stands, wreaths, crosses and hearts. Smaller table arrangements and hand bouquets, shref are also a good and more affordable option.

And when flowers become the only channel we use to speak to the departed, different floral colours convey different meanings. White, for example, represents perpetual peace, purity or a new beginning. Purplish blue, on the other hand, gives an essence of calmness and comfort. These two colours are the most ideal choices when arranging funeral fresh floral bouquets and baskets. Other floral colours include yellow for friendship, lavender for elegance, purple for honour and royalty, and pink for gentleness and subtle joy.

Order funeral flowers made easy. Heard of a friend who’s parent passed away and you are unable to attend the wake – the next best alternative is to order funeral flowers from us and we will deliver it for you on the same day. You can place your order from our website at or call us at our hotline at: (65) 6396-4222.

If it is your first time placing an order for funeral flowers, call us, our florist will be more than happy to assist you in selecting the right condolence wreath Singapore. In Singapore, funeral flowers that are delivered to the wake are sometimes called ‘wreath’, in general it is referred to as a condolence flowers. Condolence flowers comes in various shape and sizes in the form of a floral stand – fresh flowers arranged on a metal stand or a box/wooden stand. These stands are the most common sent as sympathy tribute to the bereaved friend or family.

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funeral flower stand

Wreath Singapore – or otherwise know as funeral flowers or condolence flowers can take in the shape of a wreath itself (flowers arranged in a circular mould or in some instances, a table of fresh flower arrangement or a hand held bouquet.

The colour selection of wreath or funeral flowers are generally solemn however, in certain circumstances, people so send colourful floral arrangement as a tribute to the deceased flamboyant personality. The colour red or pink are occasionally delivered as funeral flowers to the family of the deceased who may be a lady. Toys or dolls can be added as part of the flower arrangement in the event of a younger person who passed away. As solemn as a funeral rite ought to be, floral arrangements do not need to be sober and bland. Sometimes, mixing bright colours could portray our warmest and sincerest thoughts to the departed. Yes, losing someone may be a very painful process. But on a more profound note, we celebrate life and the memories we shared with the ones we’ve lost. And sometimes, a subtle grin appears in our faces as streams of uplifting memories come to mind.

Generally, is you are unsure of the type of wreath and colour of flowers to sent, the best choice is always the most common choice, which is the condolence flower stand with white or cream flowers.

Often, the best time to send flowers is at the wake when the service is ongoing, when the family of the deceased expects friends and other family members to arrive to pay their final respect to the decease. These flowers offer a comforting reminder that you are there to share their grief. Flowers also give a soothing effect with their colours and radiance.

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Giving Flowers Say A Lot Of About The Sender

Rutgers University researchers examine what the gifts we choose say about who we are and whether they affect how we are perceived. The research reveals that those who send flowers, in comparison to other gifts, are viewed as caring, successful, and emotionally intelligent people.

Flower Givers Perceived as Successful and Caring

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Giving Flowers

Birthdays, congratulations, thank you, get well, I love you, thinking of you, sympathy. Each day, millions of gifts are exchanged by people who want to send thoughtful regards to deserving friends and loved ones. According to the research, the presents we pick to convey our special messages say a lot about us.

Rutgers University researcher Jeannette Haviland-Jones, Ph.D., director of the university’s Human Emotions Lab, explored what the gifts we choose say about who we are and whether they affect how we are perceived. The research reveals that those who send flowers, in comparison to other gifts, are viewed as successful, caring and emotionally intelligent people. More specific findings include:

Both men and women who give flowers are perceived as happy, achieving, strong, capable and courageous people;

Men and women come across as more emotionally intelligent; they give the impression they can effectively express their feelings and take time to understand the feelings of others; and Female floral gifters are viewed as more appreciative of beauty and nature.

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Flowers Are Message of Love & Care

“Our findings show that you can influence and change what people think of you in a significant way through the gifts you give,” says Haviland-Jones. “That news is particularly important to those interested in enhancing friendships and romances, even business relationships.”

Discovering the scientific power of flowers is not new to Haviland-Jones. Previous Rutgers University research conducted by her team found that flowers create instant delight and happiness, and increase enjoyment and life satisfaction. Specifically, upon receiving a gift of flowers, the female study participants responded with true smiles and reported positive moods that lasted for days. The presence of flowers also led to increased contact with family and

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Any time is a good time to give flowers

“Flowers have evolved to activate positive emotional responses from people,” says Haviland-Jones. “Each bloom has the potential to put a smile on our face and sway our opinion of a friend, colleague or loved one. That’s powerful.”

M.J. Ryan, award-winning author of the Random Acts of Kindness book series and The Giving Heart, uses cutting-edge science to bring out the best in people. In her books, she teaches individuals how gratitude and generosity can result in greater happiness, health and feelings of human connectivity.

“Gift recipients experience compelling connections with givers, and the positive link is particularly evident in the exchange of flowers,” says Ryan. “In my everyday work with individuals, CEOs and leadership teams at some of the world’s top global companies, I see the powerful implications of gratitude and appreciation.”

According to Ryan, a simple call to the florist can make a big impact beyond conventional gifting occasions. Some of her favorite, unexpected gifting opportunities include surprise recognition for a job well done; an “I miss you” gift for an out-of-town family member; and an advance “thanks for hosting us” gesture before visiting a friend’s house.

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mother's day

“A successful person is not necessarily someone with a lot of money and material goods, but rather someone who is in tune with people and knows how to touch their hearts,” says Ryan. “I can think of no other item besides flowers that evokes such positive feelings and perceptions for both the giver and the recipient.”

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Flowers Communicate Romance


Same Day Delivery Flowers

Back by popular demand, prices are slashed to an insane $95 with a FREE 20″ bear. FREE Delivery. CALL:65-6396-4222.

Same Day Delivery Flowers

Same Day Delivery Flowers

Notes: With almost 120 varieties available, roses are a classic favorite. Roses span the color spectrum with varieties available in all shades of reds, pinks, purples, oranges, corals, peaches and whites.

Condolence Flowers – Grand Stand 2-tier Flower Arrangement

Online Florist in Singapore

We created this flaming concoction of reds,orange & yellow gerberas with green button poms arranged with a strip cotton cloth table arrangement – a sure eye catching gift arrangement for any occasions. Created by florist delivery singapore –

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Father’s Day Great Gift Ideas

This Sunday 17 June 2012 is Father’s Day. Being a Dad myself, father is often the forgotten ‘lot’, in some quiet small way, father’s do want to feel important too and what’s most important to Dads today is knowing that their children are still thinking of them. Yes, it is the thought that matters most. What better way to remind Dad that you are still thinking of him by sending him something this father’s day.

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father's day flower delivery singapore

Send Flowers To Singapore

Send flowers to Singapore has never been easier with wide spread usage of the Internet, many florists today provide online shopping cart or call in service to provide flower delivery anywhere in Singapore. One such florist is 24Hrs City Florist who has been providing 24hrs flower delivery for many years.

The best flower delivery florist are surely those that place prime importance to immediate and safe shipping and receiving the purchased blossoms. They offer value added solutions all through the way from picking to sending the flowers. These organizations guarantee quality and offer flower agreements for any occasion including mother’s day, wedding loved-one’s birthday, birthday, new baby, concern, thank you, get well, and so on. Besides flower arrangements, they offer a large range of bloom holders, fabulous chococlates, and unique gifts as well.

Most of the online florists in Singapore offer same day shipping and delivery of blossoms, if the order placed are placed by 1 pm. However, at 24hrs City Florist, order for same day can be made by 8PM. Replacement solutions are also provided by these organizations. The best flower delivery florist allow the customer to choose flower agreements based on the color preference, bloom type, and style. Available bloom types include luxury flowers, amaryllis, bonsai, campanula, eye, lily, orchid, and more. florists offer quick and on time shipping and delivery at affordable rates.

After putting in the transaction, the flowers are hand delivered by designated flower delivery services. They also offer on the internet solutions. This facility allows the customers to obtain flowers 24 hours a day. Delivery charges may vary widely from florists to florists. Some best flower delivery florists offer free local shipping and delivery and a handling fee will be charged for international shipping. Most of the organizations offer flower delivery in almost all the major areas and places.

Searching on the internet is one of the popular ways to get the service of the best flower delivery in Singapore. Many florists in Singapore offer quality flower delivery services. Smart consumers search a variety of sites to get perfect business deals. Customers must take their own a chance to find the best flower delivery florist that can match their time and budget goals. As there are a large variety of bloom shipping and delivery organizations, it is always advisable to make a comparison of different florists to be able to get best results.

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Flowers For Funeral in Singapore

Words however gentle cannot take the loss away. Fresh flowers convey the sense of comfort and your kind thoughts of peace and warmth during time of grief. Flowers for funeral or Sympathy flowers or sometimes known as funeral flowers are a very common way to tell the living you are with them in their grief and want to pay tribute to someone special. This is a time where the tranquility of fresh flowers can be very soothing to the bereaved family. They are also universally welcome at any funeral. In Singapore, these condolences are general given to all religions except muslims. The designs and colour themes we designed are generally accepted for all races. If you have any specific request for flower type and colour, please call our help desk at 65-6396 4222.

Florist Delivery in Singapore

Free Delivery – Same day flower delivery daily including Sundays & Public Holidays. Call:65-6396-4222. The purity of colour white , the elegance of the oriental lilies and the beloved roses arranged beautifully in a basket – simply the best way to deliver your thoughtfullness in any occasion. florist delivery in Singapore – 24hrs city florist is a Singapore based florist providing flower delivery anywhere in Singapore. florist delivery in singapore

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Flower Delivery In Singapore – Piggy Bouquet

Oink-oink. Inspired by the cute roly-poly-ness of our beloved piggy, we crafted this little piggy bouquet made from pink carnations in a face of a piglet, the same cute face that has made ‘piggy’ so popular and adored by many of her fans the world over.

Suitably sent for a variety of occasions including:
1- Birthdays – particularly those born in the year of the pig
2- Thinking of you
3- Cheering someone who is feeling down
4- Love – especially those who adores piggy
5- Apology – the undeniable innocent look of piggy captivate the most angry hearts. Incidental the phrase “piggy in the middle’ is a situation in which a person is caught up in a disagreement between another person.

Send this piggy bouquet from – FREE flower delivery in Singapore during office hours.

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Mango Cake – A Delightful Additional To Our Family of Cakes

We introduced this much savoured Prima Deli’s Mango Cake to the delight of our customers. This Mango cake (0.5kg) – a concoction of fresh diced mangoes with mango fresh cream in vanilla sponge, comes complete with a mini arrangement of gerberas. You can send this mouth watering mango cake to that someone special anywhere in Singapore with our 24hr cake delivery.

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mango delight

Here’s something about Prima Deli:

PrimaDéli’s wide range of yummy cakes. Using only the best and freshest ingredients, our cakes are made just the way you like it! PrimaDéli is one of Singapore’s leading cake retailers with more than 150 different cakes to tempt your tastebuds!

Pastries, Buns and Breads
Baked fresh daily, our buns, breads and pastries are made with premium ingredients. There’s a wide range of great tasting items for everyone. It’s no wonder that you’ll be absolutely spoilt for choice. Don’t forget to try their signature cake – their immensely popular Mango Delight Cake.

New Product Launch Special Price- Chocolate & Wine Basket

We added a new chocolate & wine basket at a crazy promotion price of $98 (FREE Office Hrs Delivery) UP:$139. Chocolate Lint Lindor Finest Swiss Chocolate (168g) and a bottle of Bordeaux APC red wine (750ml) comes with a basket of colour cordinated fresh gerberas. Click the image below to see details. 24Hrs City Florist provide flower delivery anywhere in Singapore.

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Fisher Price Baby Gift Combo Set

We added a new range of baby products into our Baby Showers Category this month – Fisher Price Baby Basic range of baby products suitable from 0 to 12 months. Congratulate Mom & Dad with this colourfully packaged specially selected Fisher Price combo baby gift set consisting of 1 x Fisher Price Baby Basics Musical Activity Keys, 1 x Fisher Price Baby Basics my first blocks, 1 x Fisher Price Baby Basics Pound & Giggle Hammer, 1 x Fisher Price Baby Basics Snap Lock Caterpillar and Shear baby rattle soft toy in a decorative gift box.

fisher price baby gift set

fisher price baby gift set