Irvine Spectrum, CA Flower Delivery
La Tulipe floral designs
When Quality Matters to You
As a full-service Irvine Spectrum florist, our design team can handle all your floral needs. We offer a multitude of services including retail, residential, full-scale wedding and event planning. La Tulipe floral designs proudly serves Irvine Spectrum, California and all surrounding areas in Orange County, CA. We are a family owned and operated florist located in the same location for over 20 years. We offer the finest flower arrangements, balloons and gifts, backed by service that is friendly and prompt. All of our fresh flowers are stored in a commercial grade cooler to ensure they stay as fresh as the day the were cut. Same day delivery to Irvine Spectrum
We love what we do at La Tulipe floral designs and it shows.
Our Awesome Flowers
something for any occasion
La Tulipe floral designs, a Irvine Spectrum local florist.
We hand deliver same day flowers to all areas of Irvine Spectrum and surrounding areas. Family owned and operated, located in the same location for over 20 years. We are committed to offering only the finest flower arrangements and gifts, backed by service that is friendly and prompt. All of our arrangements are made to order, we do not pre-make any of our flower arrangements. All of our fresh flowers are stored in a commercial grade cooler to ensure they are as fresh as the day the were cut.
PREMIUM FLOWERS – CUSTOM DESIGNS
Our premium flower arrangements are hand delivered with a smile. We stock the only freshest flowers available. All of the flowers we use are hand chosen by us to ensure our arrangements last as long as possible. We keep a large selection of flowers in stock in various colors including roses, tulips, lilies, orchids, hydrangeas, snap dragons, bells of Ireland and lisianthus. All of our flowers are fresh and available for deliveries to Irvine Spectrum.
Irvine Spectrum – Same-Day Flower Deliveries
We offer same day flower deliveries to Irvine Spectrum. We deliver to homes, businesses and hospitals. We will help you make someone happy today with a custom designed flower arrangement.
The Irvine Spectrum Center is an outdoor shopping center developed by the Irvine Company, located on the southeast edge of Irvine, California, US. It is currently the only bit of urbanization connecting the Mission Viejo/San Juan Capistrano/San Clemente area to the rest of the Irvine/Los Angeles/San Bernardino conurbation. The mall features an Edwards 21-screen movie theater. Built over a 10-year period, the first phase of the center opened in 1995 and the second phase followed in 1998. The third phase was completed in 2002. The fourth and fifth phases were built and completed between 2005 and 2006. The mall is used for establishing shots of the fictional “Mall of Miami” in the Disney Channel television series Austin and Ally.
Planning of the development of the area began in 1985. In 1989, the Irvine Company completed two 15-story office towers at the site. The retail and entertainment portion of the development, then known as the “Entertainment Center at the Irvine Spectrum Center”, began construction in 1993. This first phase of the mall opened in 1995 and consisted of Edwards Cinemas’ 21-screen multiplex, Oasis Food Court, and GameWorks. The second phase opened in 1998. The mall’s carousel was added in 2001. In 2002, the mall’s third phase opened, adding a “Giant Wheel” Ferris wheel, and the centers two anchor stores, Robinsons-May and Nordstrom. Robinsons-May was re-branded as Macy’s in 2006 after it was bought by Macy’s. Another expansion opened in 2006, adding Target as a third anchor. Smaller expansions have been added since, such as the Clock Court restaurants and a children’s play area. 2016 saw the completion of 200 Spectrum Center, an office tower on the northwestern edge of the property, designed by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners. At 323 feet tall, 200 Spectrum Center is the tallest building in Orange County. Since 2003, a skating rink has been offered during the winter months, adjacent to the Giant Wheel. Macy’s closed its store at the mall in 2016.