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How is 5AM low-waste?
In Singapore, it’s hard for flowers to be completely eco-friendly. I'm still on this journey.
I started by recycling all packaging in the flowering process; I still do. I then introduced up-cycled jars to reduce by-waste from bouquet wrapping or buying new. These are glass jars or bottles that have been meticulously cleaned and painted for a new lease of life. While bouquets and new vases can't be helped sometimes, upcycled jars make great wedding favours, desk decor and conversation starters.
Also in my low-waste aim: reduced flower wastage through small-batch orders, repurposing partners' excess stock, low-waste flower subscriptions, and using mostly restored secondhand or rental props in weddings.
I don't want to tout being "environmentally-friendly"- my aim is to reduce where possible, adapting to different business needs and ensuring my green actions are sustainable. I hope to make these applicable to other companies and am always open to new ideas or working with partners. If you've got suggestions to make 5AM greener, would like to donate jars or save excess stock, feel free to reach out!