They say that change is inevitable. These days, it's all about change. We have shifted everything not just in our personal lives but with how we work. We have shifted the way we deal with people.
We have changed how we go out and mingle or not mingle. So it shouldn't be a surprise that now, instead of sending a flower bouquet, you can send in a liquor bouquet instead.
Floral Garage, one of the best online florist with express flower delivery service that offers fresh and affordable flowers which is located in Singapore now also offers a liquor bouquet because why not?
A lot of women these days prefer practical gifts and since women drinking is no longer a frowned upon thing, what better way to stand out than by sending her something that you can share and bond over?
For people who prefer practical gifts, isn't this the best of both worlds?
Liquor to drink and flowers to smell and see. This is what makes this bouquet the perfect gift for both the guys and ladies!
No more dilemma in choosing between the two because now, you can have your cake and eat it too! What’s a better idea than sending your loved ones some liquor and flowers at the same time? Both in one bouquet so it also saves you some hassle!
There are 2 options available. The one I got was Symposium of course.
Symposium (7 bottles) – $118.90
Jingled (5 bottles) – $98.80
It's a different feeling getting something like this. It's fun, it's a bit radical, but it's definitely a welcome change. If you would like to order, you can go here.
However, if you're still a bit of an old school, you can check their IG and order a flower bouquet. Rest assured that they have a contacless delivery option.
Be reminded though that by purchasing this product, you officially declare that you and the recipient is 18 years old and above. Making a false declaration shall be a criminal offense.
Please note that certain flowers and fillers may be seasonal and therefore have limited availability. Floral Garage Singapore reserves the right to replace components of the product with equivalents that are more expensive.