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Six sweet last minute Valentine’s gifts

Laura Peppas

As much as I love flowers, let’s face it – my husband just isn’t as excited to see a bunch of roses delivered to his door as I am.

On special occasions such as Valentine’s Day or when he just needs a pick me up, I’ve often found myself longing for an easy and affordable delivery alternative to flowers.

Enter Canberra business Lollypotz. With a range of 160 edible bouquets to choose from – including beer, champagne or heart-shaped chocolates – there’s something for every special person in your life, whether it’s your bestie or your bloke.

Since Valentine’s Day is the biggest day of the year for the business, Lollypotz will be open this weekend at 6/66 Maryborough Street, Fyshwick and will also have a pop up shop at Riverside Plaza, Queanbeyan from Thursday 11 February through to Sunday 14 February, located outside of Coles. CEO Louise Curtis says there will be “balloons, bears and everything to do with love” on sale.

Lollypotz will also be taking deliveries on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday or Monday, with a $13.50 charge for delivery anywhere in Canberra.

Not sure what to choose? Here are a few gift ideas to get you started:

For the blokes

Beer & Cheer, $32.50




Jack in Black, $80.00


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For the ladies

For the love of chocolate, $45.00


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Perfect Princess, $71.50


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Just Devine, $93.90


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Elmo, $69.00



the essentials

What: Lollypotz

Where: 6/66 Maryborough Street, Fyshwick, with pop up shop open at Riverside Plaza, Queanbeyan (outside of Coles)

When: Pop up shop open and deliveries on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

How much: Prices from $29.50

Web: lollypotz.com.au

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Laura Peppas

Laura Peppas is HerCanberra's senior journalist and communications manager and is the Editor of Unveiled, HerCanberra's wedding magazine. She is enjoying uncovering all that Canberra has to offer, meeting some intriguing locals and working with a pretty awesome bunch of women. Laura has lived in Canberra for most of her life and when she's not writing fervently she enjoys pursuing her passion for travel, reading, online shopping and chai tea. More about the Author