With Valentine’s Day less than eight sleeps away now is the perfect time to drop some oh-so-subtle hints to your oh-so-special someone. And don’t stress if you are single… grab a friend and head out anyway! Whether you’re into V-Day or not it is still a perfect excuse to go out mid-week and celebrate. Any excuse to eat great food or see a movie… #amiright? Casual dinner, romantic table for two, picnic in the park, theatre show or a night at the movies; Brisbane is serving all the goods! Here are some of our Valentine’s Day in Brisbane favourites. Oh and remember you can celebrate V-Day all week long if you want to squeeze in some more special moments.
As the week draws to a close, it’s now getting down to crunch time – Valentine’s Day is just one day away and its time to get serious. Whether you’re surprising your partner or treating the Galentines, if you’re after a single rose or a thousand peonies, we’ve got you covered. Here are the best places to buy flowers in Brisbane this Valentine’s Day:
Poppy Rose Flowers – One of our favourite boutique delivery services in Brisbane, Poppy Rose Flowers are changing the way flowers are delivered, with a gorgeous selected available each day, carefully wrapped in hessian.
The Little Flower Company – Nestled in the heart of West End, this gem sets up a delightful roadside flower market each Saturday morning. So go there right now!
Flour & Bloom – For Valentine’s Day and every other day of the year, Flour and Bloom specialise in Flower Crown Workshops, so it’s the perfect solution for you and your pal pals. Gather the ladies and get creative this February!
Poco Posy – Bec from Poco Posy ditched her corporate job to pursue her love of flora, creating fresh bloom service that delivers all over Brisbane for just $30 a pop.
The Florist’s Daughter –“Flower-bombing your loved ones” is The Florist’s Daughters specialty – they’re even delivering on Valentine’s Sunday which is a HUGE bonus!
Wilde Flora – The team at Wilde Flora pride themselves on ‘floral poetry’ with an environmentally friendly twist. Plus, they do workshops, event styling, botanical sculptures, bespoke products and bridal bouquets.
Phoebe Stephens Flowers – Based on James Street in Fortitude Valley, Phoebe’s store is the perfect pit stop before Valentines’ Day lunch with your sweetheart. Bonus, you can get a special little gift from one of gorgeous retailers on James Street while you’re in the area.
The Flower Hit – One for the Northsiders, The Flower Hit deliver bouquets direct to your door or workplace, starting from just $39. Everyday a new bouquet is available, but only until they run out of flowers!
Bouquet Boutique – Creative Director Geraldine Hore is not just a florist, she’s also a design expert and educator – so you know she’s going to deliver the goods when you need them!
In Bloom Flower Co – These beauties deliver across Brisbane and the Gold Cost. Delivery cuts off at 6am though, so make sure you get in quick!
Brisbane Flower Markets – Fancy making your own bouquet for a special someone? The original and the best, Brisbane Flower Markets are a household name for a reason, so don’t be surprised when you arrive to find wall-to-wall flowers in every colour, shape and size.
French Flowers – BT Founder Danielle Lewis has a huge crush on French Flowers in the CBD, so if she loves them, they must be brilliant!
Mel’s Little House Of Flowers – Family run business on the southside of Brisbane, Mel’s busily making bouquets in her studio for your special occasion. Give her a shout and she will have your dream bouquet ready for delivery in no time.
So, get out there and pick up a bunch of beautiful blooms for your lover, your Mum or your girlfriends this Valentine’s Day, or make it even more special and buy flowers in Brisbane just because. Now that will really melt her heart!