Lily's Florist offers the most cost effective bouquet delivery of any florist in Australia. Lily's Florist can deliver bouquets of flowers to any corner of this wonderful country - from Broome, to Darwin, Coffs Harbour, Adelaide, Geelong, Perth, Sydney and everywhere in between! Order a bouquet for delivery online or call today.
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Lily PosyFrom $45
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Colourful Bunch With Free ChocolatesFrom $76
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Blush Pinks Arrangement With Free ChocolatesFrom $80
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Native Arrangement With Free ChocolatesFrom $80
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Bright Bunch With Free VaseFrom $99
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Natives With Free VaseFrom $99
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Bouquet Delivery | Australia Wide Flowers | From $29
Not sure what to order in floral arrangements and gifts?
If you let our experienced floral artists use their creativity, they will show you how to customise your bouquet delivery to suit any occasion. You better believe it!
You can even specify certain colours you have a preference in, or perhaps a stunning gift-wrapped bouquet you have had your eye on for some time. Let our skilled florists know about it and they will be delighted to provide an elegant range of hand-crafted bouquets to choose from – just for you!
Lily’s Florist can fashion a bouquet delivery of mixed flowers ranging from elegant arrangements of a cheerful Bright Mixed Gerbera Bunch to our gorgeous rainbows of Roses and Carnations Bunch. Each bouquet delivery is designed to pack a punch of colour while still completing any area of the office or home.
We can tell you here and now that we are renowned for producing the highest quality bouquets, even if you may not be any of the world’s most influential persons, Lily’s Florist will still be dedicated to bringing you a personalised quality bouquet delivery! You see, Lily’s Florist’s portfolio includes some of the most stunning floral arrangements and gifts to suit all.
Our qualified team can create the perfect bouquet such as our ever-favourite Two Wrapped Lily Stems that are so simple, stylish and elegant! Or how about our Country Garden Bunch – because who says you can’t have the best of the sunny seasons all year round!
Our brand has expanded its content distribution exponentially world wide, and is considered one of the fastest growing floral delivery establishments throughout the industry. The reason for this is quite simple really. We believe that having a top quality bouquet delivery service is an emotional experience to us, whatever the occasion; and we welcome the opportunity to help you, our special customer, to send a bouquet of fresh flowers that will convey the absolutely correct message each time, and on time.
From the soil to the first bloom, each single flower is hand-picked from beautiful floral gardens, and carefully nurtured in a pristine environment.
But hey! Here’s a bit of floral trivia to get a fresh look in: It’s been well documented that a floral bouquet is a collection of flowers fashioned into a creative arrangement; and the bouquet can be made up for the décor of a public building, a home, or can be hand-held. Flower bouquets are frequently given for special occasions such as anniversaries, birthdays and quite extensively in weddings.
Apparently, Buddhist monks brought flower-arranging as an art form to Japan, who picked up the art while in China. Flower arranging advanced into an extremely sophisticated art form in ancient China, based on the belief that life is sacred, and this included the life of plants. In this case, cut flowers were used frugally in carefully planned arrangements. Flowers however, were also a customary ceremonial offering among Buddhists, and continue to this day.
Flower imagery is mutual in many nations, and can be very multifaceted. In China, for instance, certain flowers signify seasons: white plum blossoms embody winter, peach and cherry blossoms characterise spring, lotus epitomizes summer, and chrysanthemums autumn.
Now, let’s ask, why would a bride wish to carry a bouquet? Actually, the source of this custom could be slightly hazy, but would you believe, one of the whys and wherefores that brides sported bouquets came about in the need to cover odour! You know, trying to ‘stink pretty cute’ on that exceptional day.
We’re talking about in the 1600s where people sort-of bathed very infrequently! It has been publicised that people took their yearly baths in May and the wedding day would be programmed for the month of June. How bizarre! Obviously, to be on the safe side, the bride would carry a floral bouquet to mask any body odour.
Warding off evil spirits was another old and popular tradition in the olden days. In this case, very pungent herbs and spices (including garlic) would be involved. However, there is no need for that now when you check out Lily’s Florist’s favourite bunches that include the uncomplicated simplicity of a Country Harvest Bunch, or our gorgeous Pastel Gerberas Bunch, representing new beginnings of spring.
Something very rarely seen now is the Bride and Groom wearing a garland around their necks to symbolise new life, fertility and hope. This practice was very popular in ancient Greece and Rome where traditional Celtic bouquets including ivy, thistle and heather were worn.
Conversely, when Queen Victoria and Prince Albert were married, the herbs and spices had been replaced by a bouquet of fresh flowers, namely marigolds; edible flowers were still included in these bouquets. In turn, Victorian times saw flowers becoming the secret messengers of love, with each flower having its own meaning.
Oh for the old days! Many of the flowers and spices included in these bouquets were subsequently served up at the wedding feast to promote love and desire! Picture the enjoyment you can have with your bouquet – as if!
In the earliest days, a bride was thought to be particularly lucky on her wedding day. Consequently, guests were obliged to tear off bits of her gown to gain a good-luck charm for themselves! Obviously, not every bride was particularly happy to partake in this activity, as it appeared disagreeable to have parts of her clothing torn from her gown bit by bit, with good wishes of the guests. Clearly, these practices evolved through time, where the bride began to outfox her guests by delivering a contribution of herself. This was achieved by enabling a particular guest to acquire a lucky charm, while still permitting herself to keep all of her bridal gown complete. The bride began by throwing her bouquet and garter into the crowd of guests in place of fragments of her dress. How cute!
Around the 1700s, brides began to wear beautiful bouquets, simply because of the lovely look and colour of the arrangement. This still being in practice today, in current times, brides now choose their own flowers with shapes and colours of their liking. Beautiful blooms that go with their bridal gown, their personality, and unique taste and style.
But really, if in any doubt, we can assure you Lily’s Florist’s boutique delivery of wedding arrangements are second to none! Because, when quality matters, more and more customers are choosing our lovely bouquets. Bouquets that could be used to express yourself through their very petals, colours and design.
Essentially, you can add actual beauty that says quite a lot about yourself with a bouquet from Lily’s Florist:
- Pastel Rose Mix Bouquet – Roses denote everlasting love
- Country Garden Bouquet – Lilac is for a first love
- Pinks and White Rose Bouquet – this conveys a message of respect and gratitude
Since we have been providing only the best in both customer service and quality boutique delivery, our customer support team is unmatched in the industry. You can shop with confidence, knowing you can chat live with a customer service agent who will quickly receive your query, provide choices if required, then take you through to the final ‘wow’ factor – and all for a great, competitive price!
We do know that the bouquet reached its peak in Victorian times when flowers were the secret emissaries of love and lovers, with each flower displaying its own meaning. Accordingly, bridal bouquets were selected for their traditional implications. Inappropriately, many of the flowers were allocated rather underserved significances, namely, the beautiful anemone denoting sickness; the delicate purple larkspur as resembling arrogance, and the lavender with its sweet aroma showing distrust!
The bouquet fell out of favour during the first half of the 20th century, and slowly came back into fashion over the last few decades. There have been many types of floral bouquets, with names like the Biedermeier, Nosegay, Arm Sheafs and the almost forgotten Composite Bouquet.
Because of the inaccessibility of sourcing a wide range of colours found in today’s hybrid roses, florists used an inventive method of creating huge rose-type petals from the gladioli. This was then termed a ‘glameria’, and with its oversized blooms, was worn on a hat or as a corsage. At times, some could be fashioned into a boutique bouquet for a bride with an unrestricted budget. Although this was featured in the pages of the Vogue magazine, this time-consuming and specific technique will probably never regain its former popularity.
Another technique that enjoyed a brief popularity in the late eighties was the Fan bouquet. Lacy plastic fans were embroidered with baby’s breath, carnations and an abundant amount of tizzy ribbon. During this era, a few ill-starred brides chose to carry flower-filled baskets down the aisle. However, the scene of what looked like an much taller flower-girl coming down the aisle, probably mixed up the thoughts of the wedding guests.
Meanwhile, back to the present, although Lily’s Florist has been around quite some time, we pride ourselves on being contemporary, relevant and digitally savvy. We have the ability and commitment, to quickly adapt to and meet our customers’ needs.
We realise that Lily’s Florist’s customers are always looking for a better customer experience that is easier and faster, as well as with new services and products. As such, over the years, we have invested in technology upgrades that we know will suit your requirements.
When we see a carnation, rose, peony, or even an Asiatic lily, we just do not view them as beautiful flowers, we see it as an opportunity to aid you in expressing your feelings; like adoration, appreciation, gratitude, love, or sympathy. It can be quite difficult to display and express what’s in your heart, but that’s where we come into the picture. For Lily’s Florist, delivering happiness is what we are committed to.
Our bouquet delivery service for all your floral gifts will be exactly the way you always dreamed it to be. With out specialised florists, we’ve got it covered with the best quality gifts. Flowers are often delivered as a gift by the bride and groom to friends or members of the family who have assisted in the wedding arrangements. It's a gift that will last forever and always remind them of your wedding day and the memories created and shared between you. Is this not a beautiful gesture?
We suggest and offer custom styled wedding flowers, statement pieces and corporate event bouquets to an astute market. It's all about discovering the correct look for you, with flowers that mirror your taste and personality. Being adaptable allows us to create the ceremony and reception flowers to co-ordinate with your bouquets, so the entire wedding appears not only magnificent but is also very distinctive!
Take for instance, Lily’s Florist’s Stunning Pink Bouquet. Here we have a veritable symphony of pinks in every shade, just to suit you. And how about our Purple Surprise Bouquet, that If this bouquet of purple doesn’t surprise you, then maybe you’re not be looking close enough.
Since we have instigated our bouquet delivery service, we are committed to sending your flowers on the same day as you order them. We are certain that no event justifies to be missed; accordingly, we make certain that your flowers are sent on time. In presenting a same-day bouquet delivery, we are we also capable of delivering the freshest range of flowers, virtually as if they have been picked moments ago.
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