A typical floral gift is flowers in a vase like this one from 1-800 Flowers.com, a popular florist website in the United States.
For my 10th year anniversary with the company, my manager presented me a plaque of recognition and an enormous peach roses bouquet (my favorite color). I didn't pay attention to what my manager said about me during the celebration, I was so mesmerized by the bouquet. I was just in awe by it. You can not wrap one arm around it, that was how big the bouquet was. There were layers of different wrapping papers that felt like fabric paper. Anyways, I asked my manager where did she buy the flowers and she said it was made by one of the department's managers.
Speaking Roses Singapore is the only website so far that I've come across that sells the kind of arrangements that I absolutely adore. If you browse their site, firstly if you're from the U.S., you will see what I mean by the creativity difference. If you're visiting my blog from an Asian country, I would assume that these kinds of flower arrangements are common in your country?