The Best Luxury Flower Delivery Services This Summer

Summer is the season for fresh bouquets and stunning floral displays, yet, finding the perfect florist can be quite a daunting task—especially when you don’t have time to see it in person. Hong Kong is one of the most diverse regions for luxury flowers, whether you’re gifting it to a loved one, or for self-indulgence to spruce up a home. Cha Siu Papers Times rounds up some of the best florist delivery services in the city this summer.

Image courtesy of Ellermann

Ellermann Flowers

Hong Kong’s premium florist and event designer, Ellermann Flowers, commits to curating the finest bouquets using creative species. Taking inspiration from culturally classic influences, each arrangement is stunningly layered, textured and elegant. Order a selection directly to your door via its online delivery service this summer.

Ellermann Flowers, various locations, +852 2291 0388, ellermanndesign.com

Order here

Image courtesy of Flower by Fonnie

Flower by Fonnie

Fonnie graduated from French floral school Piverdière with a passion for flower design. Inspired by nature and French culture, she returned to Hong Kong and launched FLOWER BY FONNIE, a premium flower delivery service to bring beautiful bouquets to your door. Try the limited Smoked Tree SUMMER collection to embrace warm sunny days.

Flower by Fonnie, +852 9823 4702, flowerbyfonnie.com

Order here

Image courtesy of Floristry at M&L

Floristry at M&L

Floristry at M&L is inspired by all things wild—bringing natural flowers and foliage into delicate, beautiful displays. There’s a fresh, hand-picked feel to each bouquet, and the brand takes a modern approach to flower design. The online and in-store selection are constantly updated based on season, using the best, fresh dried flowers and foliage and each made lovingly to order. Flowers arrived wrapped in Floristry’s signature fabric and tote bag—and if you’re wanting the full experience, try the boutique range of home fragrances, hand-poured soy candles and natural room sprays to bring ambient summer décor to your home.

Floristry at M&L, 18 Bonham Strand West, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, floristry-ml.com

Order here

Read also: A Cosy Boutique Staycation at One96 Hotel

Image courtesy of Home Sweet Florist

Home Sweet Florist

Founded by Mi, Home Sweet Florist invites you to enjoy the beauty of florals, whether it be in a Korean flower art classroom or as a gift for a loved one. The Korean-certified florist tends to your flower needs with its fine selection of bouquets.

Home Sweet Florist, The Aisle, 6/F, Shui Hong Industrial Building, Kwai Chung, Hong Kong, +852 9381 9270, homesweetflorist.hk

Order here

Image courtesy of M Florist

M Florist

With a clientele ranging from Burberry and Dior to BMW and Art Basel, M Florist has quite the prestigious reputation in the floral industry. Each bouquet is beautifully crafted and arrives as a wonderful surprise to its recipient—plus, the brand offers free delivery in Hong Kong.

M Florist, Room 1104, Crawford House, 70 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong, +852 3157 1118, mflorist.hk

Order here

Read also: Travel the World with These Hong Kong Restaurant Deliveries & Takeaway’s

Image courtesy of Flos on the Folk

Flos on the Folk

Inspired by architecture, Flos on the Folk uses expert craftsmanship to create its vibrant collection of floral bouquets. The Hong Kong-based florist adores all things floral, and serves its blossoms in an elegant presentation. Brides frequently order from here, but the brand also specialises in home deliveries.

Flos on the Folk, +852 6204 2517, facebook.com/FlosOnTheFolk

Shop here

Image courtesy of van der Bloom

van der Bloom

van der Bloom has a few outlets around Hong Kong, including one in SOHO, K11 MUSEA, and Little Tai Hang. The florist has two service options for delivery clients: made-to-order bouquets and subscription-based flowers. Head online to find out more and get your floral fix.

van der Bloom, various locations, +852 5505 1661, vanderbloom.com.hk

Shop here

Cha Siu Papers is managed by Faye Bradley, the founder of Cha Siu Papers Times.

You may also like

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.