“Love alarm” boxes scattered throughout Perth CBD for Valentine’s Day


Flower Box Perth owners Laura Aguillon and Bryce Moore. Picture: Martin Kennealey.
Flower Box Perth owners Laura Aguillon and Bryce Moore. Picture: Martin Kennealey.

BRYCE Moore and Laura Aguillon want to “share the love” in the lead up to Valentine’s Day with a treasure hunt.

The pair behind rose boutique Flower Box Perth have been placing “love alarm” boxes throughout the city to bring smiles to as many people as they can during February.

The boxes are made to look like a fire alarm with a long stemmed rose inside and “In case of love at first sight break glass” written on them.

Anyone that spots one is encouraged to get a photo, post it on social media with #lovealarm and tag Flower Box Perth, Liquid Luxury and C Restaurant to go in the draw for a prize.

Ms Aguillon said she designed and made the boxes herself.

“We have already had one round last week with fresh roses and they did really well,” she said.

“This week we will use preserved roses in the boxes, which last one year.”

She said people should look in the shopping district of the CBD.

The winner, chosen at random, will receive a flower box, a 24k gold rose from Liquid Luxury and dinner for two at C restaurant.

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