The best flower delivery services to get gifts there in time for Valentine's Day
If there’s one day you should give your significant other flowers, it’s Valentine’s Day. They’re pretty, smell nice, and will look really good on your partner’s nightstand. But what kind of Valentine’s Day flowers should you get? Well, it depends on the delivery service.
Unfortunately, finding the perfect flower delivery service can be stressful. With thousands of companies to choose from, you want to find a company that will actually deliver on its promise. After all, nothing is worse than having your S.O. wait for their V-Day gift when it’s late, right? Right.
So to help speed up that promise (and prevent decision fatigue), we’ve gathered some of the best flower delivery services you can use for Valentine’s Day. Because while you can (and should) get your partner flowers any day of the week, they will especially love receiving a bouquet of their favorite flowers on the most romantic day of the year.
The best flower delivery services for Valentine’s Day
Urban Stems know their stuff. They not only source on-trend flowers to create one-of-a-kind bouquets, but they also deliver incredibly fast. If you live in NYC and Washington, DC, you can order same-day delivery so your loved one can receive beautiful flowers on V-Day (you know, just in case you forget). They work directly with Rainforest Alliance Certified™ farms to provide one-of-a-kind bouquets for your loved ones. Check out their Valentine's Day shop to find the perfect arrangement for your S.O.
2The Bouqs Co.
If you want to make your partner swoon, an arrangement of flowers from The Bouqs Co might do the trick. Each bouquet is unique because they’re individually designed by farmers across the country. Not only is this a more sustainable approach to giving flowers, but it will help local farmers stay in business—which is a win-win if you ask us.
If you happen to find yourself in a pickle (it’s okay, we’ve all been there), then you may want to use Amazon. Not only do they have unique bouquets to choose from (hello, flower teddy bear), but you’ll be able to get free shipping if you’re a Prime Member. What’s not to love?
4 Farmgirl Flowers
If the name doesn’t get you, their arrangements will. Farmgirl Flowers are cute A.F. They design each bouquet by hand, source their flowers from local farmers, and do so “ethically and honestly.” Plus, each arrangement is wrapped with reused burlap coffee bags from local roasters. Check out their Valentine's Day shop here. All of their bouquets are named for beloved romantic movies, if you needed another reason to shop from them.
If your S.O. isn’t a flower person, you may want to go to The Sill and find them a little plant friend. Because plants last longer than flowers, you may even want to see this as an investment in your relationship (love fern, anyone?). The great thing about The Sill is that they really know their stuff. While their prices might be on the higher end of your budget, every plant comes with care instructions and direct access to a team of houseplant experts. So basically, you’ll have a team that’s behind you and your partner every step of the way.