If you’re looking for a simple yet thoughtful gift that tells a loved one in your life that you’re thinking about them during Valentine’s Day, the best flower delivery services can check off any gift-giving boxes on your to-do list, and they’ll do it beautifully.
No matter the time of the year, anyone will appreciate a freshly-cut floral arrangement to breathe life into their friendly abode. Even if the person isn’t much of a flower person, the look and smell of quality blooms have the power to liven up whatever spaces your loved ones are cooped up in. Of course, visiting a local florist in person is always the best option, but if you’re not in the same geographical location as them, finding a great flower delivery website is absolutely the way to go.
Searching up all the best bouquet delivery services in the country might sound like an unnecessary chore at a moment like this, so we did most of the heavy lifting for you. Keep reading for Teen Vogue’s picks for the 13 best flower delivery services that are currently shipping nationwide.
These sites offer a variety of stunning floral arrangements and plants at prices to suit every budget. Looking for potted orchids? Done. A sustainably-sourced beautiful bouquet of peonies? They’ve got you covered. Even if you’re looking to send an arrangement that will last a recipient for years, there’s a delivery service out there to suit your needs. All that’s left is to choose which is the flower delivery service that’s best for you and, of course, get to select your favorite bouquet and personalized message, and voila! Now all you need is to find which chocolates will complement your bouquet the best. Happy flower-picking!
If it seems like UrbanStems creates its arrangements with the fashionista in mind, it’s because they do; to prove it, the brand recently released a limited-edition line of bouquets designed in collaboration with Vogue. Available in a wide range of prices as low as $40, all of the site’s offerings demonstrate impressive attention to detail, whether through expert color combinations or vases that look like works of art. Not only that, but UrbanStems also boasts tons of beautiful potted plants that would make the perfect gift for the succulent-lover in your life.
One of the world’s best-known flower delivery services, 1-800-Flowers has a lot more to offer than you might think. With specially-arranged bouquets for every occasion and an entire section devoted to same-day delivery, the website is home to just about every kind of floral arrangement under the sun. If you’re not sure which to choose, consider the One-of-a-Kind bouquet, designed by a florist near the recipient using only the freshest flowers. The brand also sets itself apart with its international delivery options, which allow you to send your choice of flowers to loved ones all over the world.
Every order from Benchmark Bouquets offers the same conveniences as an order made through Amazon, from fast shipping to helpful customer service. As a testament to the quality of its arrangements, Benchmark Bouquets ships every arrangement in its bud stage, ensuring that recipients will be able to enjoy their flowers for as long as possible. The floral delivery service is also impressively affordable, with prices as low as $44 for a dozen roses in a glass vase. And with quite a few options eligible for Prime, you really can’t go wrong.
Teleflora might be the holy grail of same-day flower deliveries in the United States. As long as you order before 3 PM Monday through Friday or before noon Saturday or Sunday in your recipient’s time zone, they’ll receive the floral arrangement of your choice in a matter of hours. Each bouquet from the Teleflora is hand-arranged and hand-delivered by local florists, and the sheer quantity of bouquets available means there’s really something for everyone whose day you’re hoping to brighten. Consider this your go-to website for affordable, reliable flower orders.
ProFlowers stands out because of its same-day delivery option for birthday bouquets. Plus, many of the arrangements in the site’s birthday category are versatile enough for any occasion, with a variety of flowers, colors, and accompanying vases available to ship from affiliated local florists. If you’re looking to send something specifically tailored to graduation, there’s a category for that, too. We love the Pink Mini Orchid for a gift your graduate could enjoy for years to come.
BloomsyBox is the perfect gift for any flower fanatic who could never be satisfied with just one bouquet. Every month, the flower subscription box sends recipients a new hand-picked bouquet of flowers from sustainable farms around the world. Choose from one of four monthly plans: the Bloomsy Original, the higher-end Bloomsy Deluxe, the luxurious Bloomsy Premium, or the roses-only Bloomsy Roses. There are even weekly and bi-weekly subscriptions available for the completely flower-obsessed. If you’d like to vet the quality of BloomsyBox’s arrangements before taking the plunge, check out the site’s Flower Shop for lots of affordable one-time purchase options.
Flower delivery company Ode à la Rose specializes in French-inspired bouquets of roses, peonies, and tulips. If your recipient is based in New York, Philadelphia, or Chicago, your order can be sent via same-day delivery. However, the site also offers next-day delivery in regions of the northeast and midwest. The minimalist flower arrangements are timeless, chic, and free of unnecessary gimmicks, making them ideal for any home decor enthusiast. Ode à la Rose even sells beautifully preserved Forever Roses, which the brand guarantees will last two years or more.
Though it’s owned by the same company as ProFlowers, FTD is home to dozens of bouquets and gift sets distinct from its sister sites. Like ProFlowers, the brand offers same-day nationwide delivery for arrangements from its Birthday Flowers category, and its products are similarly affordable. For as little as $67, flower bundles like the Best Day Bouquet and Gift Set allow you to send fresh flowers, chocolates, and a personalized card all through one streamlined order.
The Bouqs Co. partners with eco-friendly farmers and florists across the country to create unique floral arrangements without producing unnecessary waste in the process. There’s even a category for one-of-a-kind, locally-sourced artisan bouquets that can be delivered in as little as two hours from the time you order them. If you’re shopping on a budget, the site’s Under $50 section features vibrant bouquets of red roses, matthiolas, and even tropical ginger flowers that can be shipped with a vase for an additional $10. Curious to know where the flowers were grown? Scroll down on any bouquet’s product page to read a quick bio on the farmer responsible for the blooms.
Instead of sending its flowers in traditional glass or ceramic vases, the brand wraps each hand-tied bouquet in a repurposed burlap bag from local coffee roasters. As a result, every Farmgirl floral arrangement looks like it was plucked straight from your Pinterest feed and eliminates waste in the process. With a promise to source only from farms that pay living wages and avoid harmful chemicals, you can be certain your purchase is doing far more good than harm.
Whether you know it or not, you’ve probably seen Venus Et Fleur’s world-famous boxed roses before; arrangements from the boutique brand seem to be all over Instagram and Pinterest. Sure, these are a bit pricier than your average bouquet, but it’s for a good reason. The brand only creates arrangements with its trademark Eternity roses, which will look and smell fresh for up to a year without any watering or maintenance, giving each order far more longevity than a shipment from a typical flower delivery service. It’s no wonder Venus Et Fleur counts celebs like Gigi Hadid and Cardi B among its fans.
If whoever you want to gift flowers lives in the U.K., New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Chicago, Boston, or San Diego, you’re in luck because Floom delivers its unique arrangements to all those locations.
Based in New York? Popup Florist has just launched monthly floral delivery on the first Tuesday of every month for all its New York-based customers. Each month you can expect unique design, assembled by their talented team of florists, and delivered right to your doorstep. Plus, the initial delivery will include a vase and kit, so you don’t have to worry about where you’re going to put your bouquet each month or how you’re going to take care of it.
If you live in the NYC area, PlantShed delivers a diverse range of floral bouquets (and even plants!) no matter the occasion. From roses to orchids, orders over $100 are delivered free of charge.
If you’re more into dried flower bouquets, check out Idlewild. Their dried preserved bouquets are stunning and they even have the option to purchase them in a wide array of lovely gift baskets that include candles, plush toys, soap, and more.
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