Dramatic lilies framed by tropical foliage. Paradise!
- No hassle
Love the dramatic way lilies instantly brighten a room but not the overpowering scent or stamen that can cause staining?
Introducing our breath-taking artificial paradise bouquet. Large pure white lilies and cream and yellow rose buds make for a heavenly combination, while paradise palm leaves and china grass stems create an exotic twist.
Our standard delivery service costs £5 (free when you spend £80) and takes between 2-3 working days. Upgraded delivery services may be available based on your location.
Some locations may cost extra and take a little longer. For more information visit our delivery page here.
If the product isn’t suitable or you simply don’t like it, you can return it to us for a full refund.
- 60 days to return the item to us
- You will need to cover the cost of returning the item
- Use a courier comparison website to get the best price
For further information or to submit a return request, visit our returns page here.
In the unlikely event that the item arrives damaged, please get in touch with our customer service team.
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Reviews & questions
Everything you need to know
The faux bouquet is totally hassle free and lasts as long as you want them to. The beautiful mix of paradise leaves, yellow and cream roses with lillies give an exotic twist that you might only find at certain times of the year.
Plus without having to replace them every other week, you can pop them in a vase, sit back and enjoy this calming hand-tied arrangement 💐.
Each stem of our artificial paradise bouquet has been crafted using real-touch materials and carefully selected, arranged and hand-tied by our florists. No one will know that this is a bouquet of fake flowers and they will always look fresh and perfect wherever you place them, so that your moment of paradise can last forever.
The paradise bouquet stands at around 65cm tall, 35cm wide and normally suits a vase around 35cm high. If your vase is smaller than this, you can cut the stems to size with wirecutters or plyers.
Each paradise bouquet will usually contains:
- 3 x large white oriental lilies
- 3 x China grass stems
- 3 x paradise palm leaves
- 3 x light yellow rose bud stems
- 3 x cream rose bud stems
Occasionally different stems may be used to maintain availability. Any adjustments are subtle and will not affect the overall appearance of the bouquet.
Each stem in your bouquet has an internal wire which is coated in plastic. Depending on the stem, this wire can be fairly lightweight or pretty thick. Thicker wires can be slighter harder to cut.
- Measure the height of your vase.
- Take the vase measurement and measure from the bottom of the flowers and foliage area towards the bottom of the stem.
- Mark the measurement and cut any remaining stem off.
- If in doubt, leave the stems a little longer. You can always trim them again.
To cut the stems, we recommend using strong wire cutters. If you don't have any of these to hand use pliers or scissors to score the plastic. Then bend them one way, then the other, which will weaken the wire to the point it breaks cleanly.
For more help, read our guide on trimming artificial flower stems or watch the video below.
Faux flower arrangements are both beautiful and need zero maintenance. However there are still a couple of things you can do to keep them looking fresh for years to come.
- Don't use them outside
These flowers may be pretty but they're not designed for outside use. We'd also recommend not siting them on windowsils for long periods of time.
- Keep them clean
Dust is the enemy of artificial flowers and is a telltale sign of faking it. Fortunately fauxs are easy to clean with a damp cloth or wetwipe. For the more intricate stems, take the arrangement outside and used compress air to blow dust away. You can find our full guide on cleaning flowers here or watch our video below.
Faux flower arrangements are virtually timeless. With no water or feeding required, these fantastic faux flowers won't wilt or turn brown after just a few weeks.
Did you know?
In Greek mythology, lily was the flower of Hera, wife of Zeus.