For centuries, flowers have been the ultimate symbol of love and it’s essential for those who are celebrating Valentine’s Day to get their partner a bouquet of roses. To make it extra special this year, a man has ordered a bouquet of flowers for his loved one made out of real banknotes worth RM9,000!
We bet his love for her is also over 9,000!
The bouquet was custom-made by Wish Flora Garden located in Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur. The spokesperson of the floral shop told China Press that the flowers were made out of S$1,000 (approx. RM3,000) and RM6,000 worth of banknotes, making the flowers worth RM9,000 in total!
“He ordered the flowers two months in advance and he came to collect it before the Chinese New Year,” the shop owner said.
The flowers were then given to his partner who’s currently residing in Singapore. As expected, she was thrilled to receive the gorgeous (and expensive) bouquet. Who wouldn’t?!
After this picture went viral on social media, many female netizens tagged their partner in the comments to drop a ‘subtle’ hint while some guys said they’re now forced to up their flower game. Well, you gotta do what you gotta do!
However, if money flower isn’t your thing and you’re looking for some special yet affordable bouquet alternatives, check out the article below!
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