Treat Yourself: 4 Florists in The UAE Still Taking Orders

BY Aisha Rauf / Apr 8 2020 / 14:55 PM

Been stuck at home for too long? Change up your environment and add a bit of colour to your (self-isolation) life with these gorgeous bouquets

Treat Yourself: 4 Florists in The UAE Still Taking Orders
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Nothing brightens up a room better than a bunch of flowers – and with the current global climate, we shouldn’t feel guilty about adding a bit of extra cheer to our home in the form of roses or orchids.

Bazaar has rounded up a list of some of the best florists within the UAE, who are currently open for business and taking orders. Go ahead, treat yourself.

Bliss Flower Boutique

Located in both Dubai and Abu Dhabi, Bliss Flower Boutique caters to clients across the UAE. Their clientele range from luxury fashion outlets, corporate offices, hotels across the country and of course, anyone who wants to treat that special someone (or themselves.) With inspiration drawn from current trends, their bouquets look fresh and clean.

With four different sizes of arrangements to choose from, you’ll be able to find something for any occasion.

Sonder, Dhs600 for Grand size


They’re known for their arrangements in their signature black box, these flowers are breathtakingly beautiful and the perfect way to treat yourself. Their single flower arrangements also come with a premium option, which includes a plastic cover box giving it that extra special touch.

Medium Sunflowers Box Premium, Dhs325

A Better Florist

With a simpler, rustic vibe A Better Florist offers arrangements that are less extravagant but just as striking. Their brightly coloured and eye-catching arrangements are perfect for the cosiest corners of your home.

The Andrea, Dhs330


Bloomr is perfect for those of us who don’t have a green thumb. They offer some of the finest faux arrangements including flowers, trees and plants. Available in the UAE and KSA, these flowers ensure your home looks lively all year round.

Orchid Arrangement, Dhs490 for small

Lead image courtesy of  Jason Lloyd Evans