I was contacted by
Little Flower Hut who offered me a chance to review their Teddy Bear Bouquet selection recently. Needless to say, I jumped at the opportunity since a teddy bear bouquet sounds like something different and interesting, and totally sets it apart from the a standard floral bouquet.
For those with a smaller budget, Little Flower Hut also has more affordable options on
flowers. For those who’re lucky, Little Flower Hut has generously offered a giveaway to readers in Singapore! All you have to do is:
Head over to my Instagram post . here Like the post and comment on which Teddy Bear Bouquet you’d like to receive.
Giveaway will close on
20 April (Sat), 11:59pm. One winner will be chosen at random on 21 April (Sun) and notified via Instagram DM to get your contact details. Winners have to reside in Singapore. Good luck!
Left to right: Mr. Crush, Ms. Happiness, Mr. Affection, and Mr. Passionate. I chose Mr. Crush because I found it cute that the little red hearts at his feet matched the red flower heart in his hands. Image from: Little Flower Hut.
It’s a good thing that the both of us are too lazy to cook and so we had lots of fridge space to host Mr. Crush while I was at work. Note of caution – don’t get too attached to the cut-out hearts on his feet, they’re affixed by tape and may drop off if you aren’t careful. Mr. Crush was 30cm high and heftier than I expected for a floral bouquet. I found out later when I deconstructed him that he was made out of a bear-shaped floral foam with numerous short stalks of Chrysanthemum blooms pressed into it. Can you imagine the amount of water the foam would have absorbed just to keep the flowers fresh for days? No wonder he was so heavy!
I took Mr. Crush out to my latest favourite photo place in the neighbourhood for a date. Wearing M)phosis top, Something Borrowed dress, Dandelion earrings. Photo assist: Scott.
Close-up of the red Chrysanthemums making up the floral heart. I think they were dipped in red instead of being naturally-pigmented.
I kept the bear eyes and nose after Mr. Crush ceased to be. I thought it was really clever how the facial features were affixed to the foam with floral wires!
He smells good too. For what it’s worth, Mr. Crush is a pretty impressive floral bouquet to gift to someone for a special occasion. He comes in a large kraft paper bag, so there’s no need to worry about transporting him home if he’s to be delivered somewhere outside. He even made a great centrepiece for the kitchen table for about a week before he fell into my deconstructing schemes! Mr. Crush retails at $229.90 for the 30cm version, and $1,151.80 for a spectacular 1-metre version. I’d really like to see a 1-metre tall teddy bear bouquet it sounds amazing.
The next few photos are of my kitties Teh & Kopi, which have more or less dominated my Instagram Stories. In January, Scott and I adopted these month-old siblings that an animal advocate colleague had saved from a construction site. It’s still hard to believe that I have cats now – I’d kept various kinds of animals when I was a kid (mice, terrapins, roosters, dogs), but never cats because to quote my mum, “they’re so sneaky”. They’ve definitely made my peaceful home a lot messier (and stinkier), but the trade-off is well worth it. I love these derpy little beasties.
Kopi is the runt of the two, but she gives as good as she gets whenever they play together. Teh is exhibiting typical Teh behaviour in nomming on the deconstructed Mr. Crush flowers – he eats anything and everything. Mr. Crush will probably live on in Teh‘s digestive tract.