There’s something about being an adult that makes me want to purchase fresh flowers every time I’m at Trader Joe’s, or have them sent via an online flower delivery service. Maybe I’ve watched too many episodes of Emily in Paris, or just need any excuse to bring the outdoors into my apartment. Whatever the reason, bouquets are a huge mood lift for me—and I’m not alone. 65 percent of Americans say they feel special when receiving flowers, and while the vast majority of folks send blooms for special occasions, a not-insignificant amount of folks (about 23 percent) reported ordering them “just because.” Whether you’re a “just because” kind of bouquet-lover, or someone who only buys buds for Valentine’s Day, we found the best flower delivery services online to make your gifting this year a breeze.
Ahead, find the best flower delivery services and subscriptions that will ensure you and your loved ones are constantly surrounded by fresh arrangements. Whether you want to keep it under $100, or are willing to shell out a bit more, we found the perfect bouquets for you. (And hey, you always have the option to throw in chocolate or baked goods for an extra “wow” factor.)
The best flower deliveries online
Colorful bouquets and reasonable price points is what you get with Proflowers. The company offers arrangements for all occasions, including condolences, birthdays, and wedding gifts. Delivery times vary depending on where you live, but you can send your flowers with chocolates, fruit baskets, and other customizations to really show the recipient how special they are to you.
Prices: $55 and up
Pictured: Light of My Life
As the name would suggest, Roses Only only sells roses. This flower delivery service keeps things simple with one-shade roses delivered in multitudes of four. Opt for same-day delivery if you’re on a time crunch, or pre-order yours for special occasions like Valentine’s Day.
Prices: $50 and up
Pictured: 18 Pink Roses
If you’re in a time crunch and just so happen to be an Instacart member, logging on and ordering flowers from your local supermarket is likely your best bet. Choose from a wide variety of offerings in your area, and enjoy free delivery.
Pictured: Dz. Mono Rainbow from Gelson’s
Terrain offers some of the most gorgeous, unique arrangements around. All the bouquets have a vintage, villa-in-Italy vibe and ship to anywhere in the United States. All flowers ship overnight via UPS with a $25 flat fee, so your buds will always arrive on time.
Prices: $64 and up
Pictured: Pink Ice Protea Bunch
Purchase dried or fresh flowers via UrbanStems. You can also save between 10 and 25 percent when you subscribe, so bear that in mind if you want fresh flowers in your home literally always (it me). These babies will be delivered to your doorstep as soon as tomorrow.
Prices: $35 and up
Pictured: The Juneau
The Sill famously sells cute-as-can-be house plants, but you can also snag beautiful bouquets from their online shop. You’ll also find other gift-worthy items like notebooks, beanies, and vases on the site. Standard shipping orders arrive in two to six business days, depending on where you call home.
Prices: $23 and up
Pictured: Earth & Sky Small Bouquet
Floom’s blooms (say that three times fast) range from very affordable to very, very expensive. Because they source from various flower shops across the U.S., you can find all types of bouquets on their website, and can opt for day-of delivery if necessary.
Prices: $49 and up
Pictured: Illuminated by Floweraholic Online
Trust in the powers that be: Fresh Sends sends you and your loved ones a “surprise” bouquet (The Send) that’s put together by professionals based on seasonality and freshness. While you won’t know what you’re sending, you can be rest assured that the receiver loves their arrangement. We love this because it saves time scrolling and agonizing over whether or not you should go with the blood orange daisies, or the violet, spring-y tulips. The bouquet comes beautifully packaged in a cool Fresh Sends “Times” newspaper—and it looks really lovely as a centerpiece. And bouquets come in only one size, so you’re literally one click away from purchase. Done! Easy! And if you subscribe, the bouquet will only be $54. To get an idea of what arrangements look like, check out Fresh Sends’ Instagram page.
Prices: $60 for one send, $54 for subscrition
Pictured: The Send
Ode À La Rose
As the name would suggest, there’s something elegant and French about these flower arrangements. None of the bouquets are particularly complex, but they all look like decor you may find in, say, Ladurée or a fancy European pastry shop. You can order these beauties nationwide, and opt for same-day deliveries in major metropolises like New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago.
Prices: $64 and up
Venus et Fleur
If these roses look familiar, it’s because you’ve probably spotted the on your IG feed. A celeb favorite, Venus et Fleur specializes in rose arrangements that come in their signature logo-clad boxes. You’ll pay $44 for a single rose (ugh), but there’s no denying the classic beauty of these simple bouquets. Ship these roses express if you need ’em sooner.
Prices: $44 and up
Pictured: Large Square
FlowerBx organizes their entire set by hue—making flower shopping a delightful experience. Whether you’re shopping for a lilac lover, or someone who loves all-red everything, you can easily sift through Flower Bx’s collection. East coasters and west coasters can opt for next-day delivery.
Prices: $60 and up
Pictured: Candy Cane Amaryllis
Petalled’s arrangements look like they belong in a mason jar. These farmhouse-chic flowers will make every space feel cozy and wild. And one of the more unique things about Petalled is that you can see exactly how long it will take your florist to prepare your chosen arrangement.
Prices: $70 and up
Pictured: Modern Love, Mezza
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