Who doesn’t like getting surprised with a bunch of blooms? They’re pretty, smell delightful, and make you feel oh-so-loved. You know those scenes in the movies when someone gets a huge bouquet delivered to their office? And all the co-workers gather and gush about what a sweetie the sender must be? Well, you can be that sender. You can be the hero.
Whether you love peonies or lilies, our local Sunshine Coast florists are armed with the skills to fashion the perfect bouquet and will happily drop them off to your designated doorstep. So if you’re looking to spoil your significant other on a special occasion on or simply want to send some floral happiness to a friend, we've sniffed our way around the best flower delivery services on the Sunshine Coast.
Flax Flower Collective
It would be a crime not to include the institution that is Flax Flower Collective in our roundup of the best flower delivery services on the Sunshine Coast. This floral design house has a fresh approach, designing unique arrangements from flowers and foliage, for weddings, special occasions, your average week day and Valentine’s Day. Our pick is the mixed bouquet; simple yet beautiful. If your partner is more of a food and less of a flower-lover, Flax do incredible hampers too, complete with a bottle of wine.
The Posy Co.
Let’s be frank, we all love cheap flowers, and posies from $35 is a total bargain. Even better, is free delivery. Which is why we we’re counting The Posy Co. as one of the best Sunshine Coast florists. While there’s no actual shop front, you can order blooms and cute succulents online. There’s also a bunch of other gifts on offer, like notebooks, balloons, self-care products and candles, perfect for creating a little hamper.
Flower Bomb is your go-to for when you really want to send flowers to a special someone but you’re on a pretty tight budget. Delivering rustic bunches of flowers for under $35, all the way from Caloundra to Noosa, this has got to be one of the best flower delivery services on the Sunshine Coast. Each flowerbomb is unique and a photo of the day’s pick is uploaded to the website, the morning of delivery.
That Little Flower Shop
If you’ve got something super specific in mind, then check out That Little Flower Shop. Located in the heart of Maroochydore, this florist specialises in natural and rambling bouquets, perfect for the laid-back Sunshine Coast home. They also offer free delivery across the region, but we totally recommend dropping by this floral heaven and grabbing a coffee at their cafe while you peruse the blooms.
Noosa florist, Bud Naked is dedicated to using unique and locally grown plants to create incredible dried flower arrangements that you’ll want to keep to yourself. Thankfully, they offer a flower delivery service across the Sunshine Coast, so you won’t actually have the chance to steal them away. At Bud Naked you’ll find a range of unique coastal bouquets made up of, expertly preserved and then dried, flowers, in soft pastel tones. We're also loving their dried wreaths, if you’re looking for a keepsake that has a shelf-life longer than a week.
Maple Flowers And Decor
At the helm of Maple Flowers and Decor, is a mother-and-daughter team with over 20 years’ experience in the floral industry. So basically, you can do no wrong here. Order online or head in-store (warning: you’ll likely walk out with some of their gift wares) and arrange your flower delivery on the Sunshine Coast, for whatever your occasion. From flower jars, bouquet and boxes to edible hampers (like wine and cheese) and pamper packs, this is your one-stop shop if you’re looking to spoil someone specials this Valentine’s Day.
Oh Honey Florals
If you’re around the middle of the Coast, you can’t go past Oh Honey Florals for all your bloomin’ needs. Creating the most beautiful bouquets, this Rosemount florist should be at the top of your hit list this Valentine’s Day on the Sunshine Coast. It’s hard to pick favourites, but we can’t go past their massive arrangements of Australian natives—they are textural, the perfect palette, and they last almost forever.
Image credit: Bud Naked and Lumea Photo