The Finest Hand Bouquets in Town

A hand tied bouquet is more than just a bunch of flowers that have been carefully selected, grouped together and tied with a pretty ribbon.

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It is a symbol of so much more than that. Have you ever noticed how flowers are present in almost even important event or occasion? And even used around the home to spruce up the place as a simple yet elegant decorative item?

That is because a hand tied bouquet is more than just a bunch of flowers. Hand tied bouquets even play an important role in a memorable life occasion like a wedding. Have you ever known a wedding where the bride and bridesmaids are walking down the aisle without a hand tied bouquet in their hands? That’s because it is unheard of. It has become such a staple at wedding occasions that having a bride walk down the aisle without a bouquet would be a strange sight indeed.

With a gorgeous selection of the freshest flowers in Singapore that have been packaged so pretty you can’t help but say “wow!”, Flower Cart Singapore is the top choice of florist for many a customer spanning over four decades now and showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. The business has been taking care of its customers since 1982 and there is no better flower expert that you can trust when it comes to getting the best hand tied bouquet available for any occasion big or small.

Flower Cart has a passion and a dedication that is evident in every hand tied bouquet that comes out of its stores, and while the business has seen many fashions come and go over the years, one thing still effortlessly remains the same – hand tied bouquets remain a staple that is not going out of style anytime soon. Especially not in the near future at least. 

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