Gifts

The Best Flower Delivery Services And Florists In Sydney In 2022

By Sammy Preston
23rd Jun 2022

Flowers on display at Poho Flowers in Sydney

Who doesn’t love opening their door to a huge, bursting, fragrant bouquet of blooms? Nobody, and that’s why people who deliver flowers in Sydney have the best job ever—everywhere they go, they’re met with huge smiles and genuine appreciation for brightening someone’s day.

Yes, everyone loves getting flowers, so the next time you’re looking to send the perfect bunch to brighten someone's day, these are the best flower delivery services in Sydney to use.

LVLY

It's 2022, and LVLY are acutely aware of the discerning standards of gift-receivers these days, that's why their deliveries are flowers and so much more if you want them to be. Select from one of their boxes which include the likes of wine and choccie, or build your own and add in socks, beer, more wine, and even cookies. Best part? Same-day delivery is also available. 

Daily Blooms

Daily Blooms takes the choice paralysis out of buying flowers, which is a good thing if you don’t know your geraniums from your agapanthus (it’s cool, neither do we). Every day, Daily Blooms' team of floral experts gets up early and hit the flower markets, picking whatever looks fresh and awesome. She crafts them into dozens of bouquets, and you can get these delivered all over Sydney. No muss, no fuss, and they start at just $59. 

“We’ve always wanted flowers to be easy and accessible so people like you can enjoy them more often, not just on special occasions”, explains founder Courtney Ray. “All our flowers are locally grown from farmers we meet and talk to every day—we’re really not into the whole ‘importing’ thing. We also care about our environment, so all of our hessian wrap bouquets are fully compostable. Yep, even the wrapping!”

Floraly

This Aussie direct-to-consumer flower delivery and gifting service is one of our faves—and one of the more sustainable options out there. Floraly sources flowers only after you place an order, reducing flower wastage by up to 90% while providing customers with the freshest blooms possible. They've also partnered with OzHarvest so that every bunch of flowers sold buys a meal for somebody who needs it. On top of all that—their flowers are stunning too. 

Little Flowers

Pink flower bouquetYou can say a lot with a little with these beautiful handpicked bunches from Little Flowers—because it's not always about size, you guys. Bouquets here are arranged on the daily, with fresh options and various sizes (and price points) available. Whether you're sending your mum a Mother's Day pressie or cheering up a mate as they navigate a breakup, Little Flowers' vibrant blooms will brighten anyone's day. They offer same-day delivery across Sydney every Monday to Saturday and prices range from $45–70. If you want to go big with Little Flowers, you can arrange a bespoke bouquet. Or if you love fresh flowers livening up your living space, you can opt for a subscription and get blooms to be delivered weekly, monthly or annually. 

Doctor Cooper Studio

If you’re the kind of flower aficionado who prefers an arrangement that resembles fine art, Lisa Cooper is your flower queen. The floral artist, author, doctor of philosophy, and permanent artist-in-residence at The Mint makes the most moving, sculptural, heartwrenching flower creations we have ever come across. Basically, you’re getting the best of the best (she’s crafted arrangements for the Sydney Theatre Company and Tiffany and Co.) with a philosophical touch. In short, we love her. 

Fig & Bloom

Fig & Bloom are flower delivery specialists. That’s kind of their thing. Expert florist Kellie does a mean bouquet, and they have subscription packages if you want a regular dose of pollen in your life. The arrangements are pretty speccy too—definitely a step up from your regular baby’s breath and roses. Each one’s named (and themed) after a famous city. 

My Flower Man

Sourcing seasonal and sustainable products from local growers, My Flower Man co-owners Kieran Birchall and Georgia Martin like to keep things simple and consistent. From their new florist and coffee bar concept store on Fletcher St in Tamarama, they create simple, organic, and statement arrangements that focus on the quality and natural form of the flowers.

As well as being environmentally conscious, Georgia says that their offerings are “always tightly curated and our style consistent, and as our online orders are 'florist choice' we like to keep our pallet neutral, with lots of whites and greens, focusing on textures and seasonal diversity.”

Delivery is available to the CBD and surrounds, Eastern Suburbs, Inner West, and the Lower North Shore. For same-day delivery, make sure you get in before 2pm.

Poho Flowers

If you’re looking for a bunch that’ll make a dramatic entrance, allow the maestros at Poho Flowers to do the honours. Their showstopper flagship store in Double Bay is home to some of Sydney’s most bold and structurally creative floral displays, sending out high-end floral arrangements for home, office, weddings, and events. With an affinity toward rich pinks, deep reds, and unique natives, you can order by heading in-store or via their online shop, and they deliver Sydney-wide.

My Violet

From their new studio in Rosebery, My Violet owner Myra Perez creates bold and vibrant arrangements that celebrate colour, texture, and shape. Bright natives and pastel blooms accompany robust branches and unique greenery, with unexpected pairings working together in perfect harmony.

As director Baramet Dejvongsa explains, “We try to look outside the traditions and conventions of floristry. This allows us to have fun when creating and when we are having fun we are at our creative best.” Deliveries are made Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm, with a 12pm order deadline for same-day delivery requests.

Bess

Nestled between Victorian terraces and high-end shopping boutiques on William St in Paddington, Bess creates visually stunning arrangements for homes, businesses, and events.

For owner Bethany Scott, Australian wildflowers offer endless inspiration and creativity, because not only are they “the most uniquely sculptural and beautiful flowers on earth, they’re also an untapped resource of original shapes, colours, and scents”, she says.

“I’m so fortunate to be able to source natives locally from our family’s farm on the central coast. The shop’s mission is to elevate the status of native flowers and showcase how unique and stunning they are.” To order one of her stunning arrangements for delivery, you can call or head to the store.

Floraly

If you’re looking for a sustainable way to show your appreciation through flowers, begin and end your search at Floraly. Alec Ramsey and Stefan Muff founded their eco-friendly flower service in 2019, with the intention of delivering fresh blooms to your doorstep from sustainable flower farms around Australia.

“At Floraly, our mission is to make flower gifting joyful and eco-friendly. We source our flowers only after you place an order, reducing flower wastage by up to 90% while providing customers with the freshest blooms possible. Through their partnership with OzHarvest, every flower order on our site buys a meal for someone sleeping rough on the streets, and all our deliveries are carbon-neutral too”, says Alec. Stylish blooms that also help the planet and those in need? Sign us up!

Plant Girl

If you’d rather send some living greenery that lasts, consider a potted plant instead. Based in Marrickville, Plant Girl is a plant delivery service run by Felicity Keep, who is fond of all things bright, potted and green. In colourful pots and planters, send that special someone (who also hopefully possesses a green thumb) everything from peace lilies, snake plants, Boston ferns, birds of paradise, and more. Offering same-day delivery within a ten-kilometre radius of its inner west HQ, all you have to do is make your choice by 11am any weekday.

Buds & Bowers

If you live anywhere in the vicinity of Surry Hills, chances are you’ve already splurged on a bouquet or two from Buds & Bowers. The boutique florist creates masterful arrangements using fresh blooms straight from the market, with a focus on vibrant and unique flowers and foliage you wouldn’t see at a more run-of-the-mill florist. Each bunch comes wrapped in their signature handcrafted black paper, with delivered arrangements started at $69. Perfect for anyone after something big, bold, and bursting with colour.

Grandiflora

2020 marked Grandiflora’s 25th year in business, with owner Saskia Havekes first opening her Potts Point store in 1995. Over the years, the Grandiflora aesthetic has influenced everything from interior styling, hospitality, fashion, and editorial.

According to the Grandiflora team, “Saskia Havekes does not arrange flowers, she curates them. Drama and scale are her signatures. From an artful posy to a full-scale installation, Grandiflora is always searching for the chance to sculpt beauty out of the bounty of nature and the mutability of the seasons.” In terms of experience in the floral industry, it doesn’t get more legit than this. So if you’re looking for a flower delivery guaranteed to impress, head to Grandiflora’s website asap.

ACID.FLWRS

This super fresh creative concept is a collaboration between stylist Claire Mueller and graffiti artist RJ Williams—and let's just say, we're a bit obsessed. These one-of-a-kind artistic florals are what you might call "ephemeral art", created using real, individually coloured Phalaenopsis orchid stems, which have been dipped in kaleidoscopic ribbons of paint.

According to Mueller and Williams, their super unique process does not affect the lifespan of the blooms—they will last as long as your typical orchid (two to three weeks). If you're looking to send a lil' something that's totally unique, ACID.FLWRS is it. 

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Image credit: Poho Flowers, LVLY, Daily Blooms, Floraly, Doctor Cooper, Fig & Bloom, My Flower Man, Daily Blooms, Poho Flowers, My Violet, Bess, Grandiflora, Sebastian Photography

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