Giving flowers onis an easy win but it’s certainly not impossible to mess up. Ordering your bouquet online and well ahead of Feb. 14 is one way to ensure you can get the prettiest petals and aren’t get stuck with what’s left at the grocery store — which, I can tell you from personal experience is often quite sad.
Arranging a curated delivery of fresh roses or other Valentines’s Day flower arrangement online is also incredibly simple. Thanks to the proliferation of online floral delivery outfits, intricate floral designs, rustic bouquets and potted plants are available and ready to ship at a moment’s notice or schedule ahead of time, and your selection is bigger than an English garden. The best flower delivery services for Valentine’s Day — or any day — offer beautiful blooms that are often sourced from an independent florist or floral designer. The world of floral design is ever-evolving, and there are many wonderful, modern arrangements full of rare and exotic flowers available from our favorite online flower delivery services.
A floral gift is a great offering for any occasion, not just Valentine’s Day, including as a warm gesture in these dark times for someone you haven’t seen much in the past year. A florist-designed bouquet of fresh flowers or potted plants might be just the thing to brighten up an otherwise gloomy week. Most of these online florists even offer contactless delivery for people who are playing it extra safe during the pandemic.
So, if a gorgeous bouquet or unique arrangement is something you’re ready to send your Valentine, best friend, mother or anyone else, read on. No matter the occasion, there are bushels of perfectly arranged blooms waiting to be sent safely to a special someone in your life and we’ve got the best digital delivery services to order online flowers for Valentine’s Day this year.
Not only does Bouqs have a fun name, but this online flower delivery brand also offers an impressive variety of floral arrangement and vase choices with beautiful blooms and a gorgeous floral design for every special occasion — or even just a regular day. No matter your needs or personal tastes, Bouqs will deliver — literally.
Bouqs sources its flowers and plants from eco-friendly sustainable farms, and it offers same-day and next-day delivery if needed. This flower delivery service offers seasonal arrangements of fresh blooms like the Tropical Love, as well as more traditional bouquets like the Angels, which features dozens of light pink roses. This online flower delivery company also has sympathy arrangements, which make a thoughtful gift for someone missing a loved one. All of its arrangements are so stunning that it will be hard to pick just one.
Additionally, if you’re looking for a wonderful gift for that hard-to-shop-for person in your life, you might want to get a Bouqs subscription — you can choose to have the freshest flowers delivered right to their door on a regular basis. It’s a thoughtful gift that keeps on giving, and getting flowers online is way easier than going to your local florist.
If it’s your first time sending flowers via Bouqs you’ll get 25% off! for Valentine’s Day with code BOUQSDAY.
Need perfect flowers for a special occasion and need them fast? Luckily for you, H.Bloom can offer same day flower delivery on the same day all around the country. There are dozens of same-day arrangement styles to choose from, including everything from a classic bouquet of traditional roses to garden mixes and single-stem orchids.
If you’re looking for a last-minute centerpiece for the table, an option like the Pink Ruffles would look lovely, or you can also order a Peachy Keen Bundle to bring to a gathering as a hostess gift. Of course, because the company is working on such short notice, certain flower type selections may be swapped out based on availability; but the end result is sure to be stunning given the brand’s stellar reputation.
For those with classic tastes, you can’t go wrong ordering from 1-800-Flowers. This flower delivery service offers same-day delivery on a wide selection of classic arrangements, like the Lovely Lavender Medley, which is made up of white roses and carnations, lavender Peruvian lilies, baby’s breath and more, or this vibrant Warm Sunset Bouquet with sunflowers. If you’re not in a hurry, you can also order one of 1-800-Flowers’ festive seasonal arrangements, which make perfect holiday centerpieces (or centerpieces for any occasion).
From now through Friday, Feb. 5, you can save 25% when you buy flowers from 1800Flowers to be delivered between Feb. 8 -11 when you use promo code DLVRCUPID at checkout.
If you enjoy more modern arrangements with unique flowers and colors, be sure to check out UrbanStems. This online flower delivery brand works with sustainable farms to get a wide selection of the best possible blooms and potted plants. The flower bouquets are sure to be a talking point at your holiday gathering, or any other occasion.
UrbanStems delivers all around the country, and products run the gamut from lush bouquets like The Bold — which includes fresh flowers like roses, ranunculus, stock, and scabiosa — to modern dried floral arrangements like The Icon. The company also offers delivery on a selection of plants, so you can send The Cathy, a low-maintenance xerographic air plant, as a gift to your favorite green thumb instead of a bouquet.
Looking specifically for a seasonal centerpiece? FTD Flowers has you covered. This delivery service has an impressive selection of traditional flower bouquet options, and it also offers a number of unique centerpieces with seasonal blooms that would make for beautiful flower arrangements for your holiday tablescape.
They chiefly advertise centerpieces but have several stunning designs fit for a Valentine like the Blush Crush Bouquet. You can opt for same- or next-day delivery on many of their products, but it’s always better to place your order in advance if you need the flowers for a major holiday (as opposed to a personal occasion).
Have you ever found yourself scrolling through Pinterest, looking at beautiful floral tablescapes? While it might seem too challenging to put together a tablescape on your own, these flowers make it possible. This popular San Francisco-based flower company is known for its ethically grown flowers and burlap-wrapped bouquets. Farmgirl has a large selection of Valentine’s Day bouquets for all you lovers out there.
In between big entertaining events, you can still order large lots of flowers, like The Market Haul, which includes 35 stems of fresh and seasonal flowers (three to four varieties in the mix) plus bits of greens so you can make your own arrangements. You’ll also find lots of interesting Valentine’s Day arrangements like this dark and mysterious Mini Valentine or VBFF with three colors of roses and a box of goodies.
Harry & David
Harry & David may be known for its gift baskets, but you can also find a beautiful selection of flowers and floral accessories from this retailer. They work with smaller farms, such as Creekside Farms in California and Teufel Holly Farms in Oregon, to deliver both fresh and dried flower arrangements and wreaths straight to your door.
In addition to traditional evergreen and boxwood wreaths for the holiday season, Harry & David offers other unique designs using eucalyptus, yarrow, reindeer moss, faux roses and more. This flowering gardenia bonsai would make an excellent Valentine’s Day gift for someone who prefers plants over flowers.
What do you get the person who has it all? How about a monthly delivery of fresh flowers or fresh flower arrangements? Flower subscription services are becoming increasingly popular, as they let you give month after month of beautiful bouquets. Bloomsy Box would make a wonderful gift for anyone on your list, as they deliver hand-tied bouquets from sustainable farms on a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly basis.
You can choose between original, deluxe and premium bouquets for your recipient — the more expensive plans get you more flowers per delivery — which makes the delivery fee feel lower. The selected items will vary each month and often include favorite items like roses, orchids, sunflowers and more. It’s a gift that keeps on giving, and it’s sure to put a smile on anyone’s face.
If you (or someone you know) are crafty, you might enjoy creating “do-it-yourself” bouquets, like those offered by Enjoy Flowers. The DIY Collection is actually a subscription service, so you’ll get a new array of flowers delivered on a regular basis. You can choose from three sizes — 20, 30 or 40 stems — as well as between bi-weekly or monthly deliveries. The flowers will all be complementary, but it will be up to you to put them together into a cohesive arrangement to create your own gorgeous bouquet. Are you up for the challenge?
The DIY option would make a great gift for your favorite creative spirit, but it might also be beneficial if you want to create a cohesive floral display during the holidays. Alternatively, Enjoy Flowers offers both signature and farm-fresh subscription services that provide a hand-tied beautiful bouquet on a regular basis.
Venus Et Fleur
Do these boxes of roses look familiar? That might be because they’re always popping up on celebrity social media accounts, including those of the Kardashians. This Le Mini Heart Bundle Set was engineered with Valentine’s Day in mind and is very ready for it’s Instagram closeup.
If you want plenty of wow factor and something truly unique, this may be the floral design pick for you. Small boxes with a single rose start at $39, while more lavish displays can cost upward of $1,000. You can also choose from a variety of containers and rose colors, including bold metallic and rainbow varieties.
It’s always nice to support local businesses, and Floom actually uses a network of independent florists in major cities around the country to fulfill its orders. You can order Floom flowers in NYC, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego, and a talented local florist will put together your arrangement.
Your arrangement options will depend on where you’re located. They also have same-day delivery options if you’re putting together an event last-minute and can’t get to the flower shop.
This story was originally written by Camryn Rabideau and updated by David Watsky.