M'sia florist turns your S$50 & S$100 notes into S$2,000 cash bouquet, charges RM380 to do so

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Fasiha Nazren | August 25, 2021, 12:53 PM

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A bouquet of flowers is a sure-win gift for romantics.

But a bouquet of cash is for everyone.

On Aug. 15, an online florist in Malaysia shared a photo of an incredible bouquet.

Instead of flowers, the bouquet is made of S$100 and S$50 notes, a fake rose and some sprigs of baby breaths.

Photo from Lavin de Rose.

Photo from Lavin de Rose.

Photo from Lavin de Rose.

According to the florist, the cash amounts to S$2,000, which is about RM6,220.90.

RM380 to make

To have this bouquet made, one would have to fork out the money for the cash flowers and top up an additional RM380 (S$122.18), which is relatively peanuts compared to the value of the cash bouquet.

The Facebook post has attracted more than 1,300 reactions and been shared more than 4,700 times.

And it seems like there are more fans of cash bouquets now:

Top image from Lavin de Rose's Facebook page.

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