15 Best Online Flower Delivery Services 2022

cheerful young asian model with traditional hairstyle wearing stylish colorful outfit holding bouquet of fresh orange flowers and looking at camera over blurred background

Sergei Filimonov

There are literally a million ways to say I love you, thanks to capitalism and online shopping. Your gift options for birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, and life milestones are endless! Nevertheless, sending flowers – an oldie but a goodie! – reigns supreme. It’s one of the most stylish ways to show your loved ones how much you appreciate them.

It takes the guesswork out of finding the ~perfect~ gift for that friend who has everything, and it’s super handy if you’re like me and have trouble remembering important dates. Like seriously, the same day delivery option has saved my forgetful ass more times than I can count. Whether you want to send a romantic bouquet of roses on Valentine’s Day, fresh flowers that say, “Congratulations!” I’m proud of you!” or even a trendy dried arrangement, our list of the 15 best online flower delivery services has what you’re looking for. (Warning: you might want to save one of the beauties below. below for you. But go ahead, we won’t tell!)

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this trendy brand

The Tutu

Let’s be real, Urban Stems is kind of carrying the floral industry right now. Their dried arrangements are sweet and whimsical, while their fresh flower bouquets are modern and unexpected. You really can’t go wrong here.


this subscription service

Flowery weekly

If fresh flowers seem like the only cure for your seasonal depression, definitely consider a Bloomsybox subscription. You’ll receive a unique, hand-tied bouquet delivered to your door once a week, along with care and styling tips that will brighten up your space.


this last minute option

Posh Pastels by Jason Wu for Wild Beauty

This OG company is known for achieving the impossible: same-day deliveries on those special occasions you really shouldn’t forget…but do it sometimes (like Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, birthdays and anniversaries). Plus, the 1-800-Flowers website shows how many hours (or minutes…or seconds…eek!) you have left to order to ensure your bouquet is delivered on time. A real lifesaver for us unorganized, procrastinators.


this mark of madness

Flower Vase

Venus ET Fleur: The flower delivery service for hard times and heartfelt apologies. No, but seriously. If you need a grand romantic gesture to win them back, drop a few $$$ on one of these luxurious rose bouquets. They stay fresh for an entire calendar year without water – truly the gift that keeps on giving.


this one based in California

Big Gesture Bouquet

Annnnd speaking of grand gestures, here is an entire bouquet named after them! In addition to this stunning arrangement of daisies and gerbera daisies, Proflowers has a wide variety of bouquet designs to choose from for every gift-giving occasion (and each has a 7-day freshness guarantee!).


this eco-responsible delivery service

Yours sincerely

By partnering directly with farmers who use sustainable growing practices, The Bouqs is able to cut out the middleman, protect the planet, and deliver flowers that stay fresh longer. We like!


this French brand


With a name like Ode à la Rose, it’s no surprise that this company creates French-style bouquets. “Flowers aren’t just something you send; they tell a story on your behalf,” the website explains. (Ahem, they’re not meant to be a last minute thought.) This romantic approach shines through in the arrangements of Ode to the Rose.


that boho delivery service

Valentine’s Day Bouquet

Based on the concept of fusing home and garden, Terrain products, which range from fresh mixed-flower floral arrangements to home décor and bathware, feature an earthy, bohemian-inspired vibe.


this one stop shop for gardeners

The Nature Stroll Bouquet Kit

If The Sill is your go-to for cute plant babies (hi, same!), I’m happy to report that it also has fresh flower bouquets like this one, which is inspired by “the amazing interaction you have with nature when you ‘can step outside for a calming walk.’ Swoon.


these preserved roses

Preserved mini roses

Another option if you are looking very long-lasting flowers, this Etsy shop offers custom boxes of traditional and non-traditional colored roses (like blue and yellow).


this affordable choice

Pale pink roses and white oriental lilies

I could not do not include an Amazon Prime option. It’s so convenient! This bouquet ships directly from the farm at the flower bud stage, so you don’t have to worry about it wilting before arrival.


this artificial flower delivery service

Pink and Purple Mixed Dried Flower Bouquet

If you’re shopping for a serial plant killer, sending a bouquet from Afloral is your safest bet. The brand specializes in faux flowers and stunning dried arrangements like this one.


this choose your own adventure service

Take advantage of the flower subscription

This company allows you to send a single flower delivery to your SO/friend/colleague/etc., OR sign up for a monthly bouquet subscription. The best of both worlds, don’t you think? !


this historical service

Happy Together Bouquet

Get this: Florists’ Transworld Delivery (FTD) has been around since 1910 and originally used the telegraph to develop the modern tradition of flower delivery. Today, it has a network of thousands of local florists who deliver exactly what you need, when you need it.


this application flower delivery service

Katherine Bouquet by Secret Garden Rose Inc.

YES, you read that right: DoorDash now offers same-day flower deliveries. The food ordering business you know and love recently partnered with 3,000 florists across the country, which means you can get a fresh bouquet (along with your takeout meal) right to your door by a few minutes. Or send flowers from your favorite local store—the ones pictured here are from a location in New York City—to that special someone, then send them the tracking link to let them know it’s on the way. I mean, how convenient is that? !


this cool slime

Bottle Vase

Of course, with so many fresh blooms on hand, you’ll also need to invest in a versatile vase. This minimalist ceramic by Tracie Hervy will work in all kinds of arrangements and makes a chic table accessory.

Hanna Flanagan is Cosmopolitan’s associate shopping editor, sharing her recommendations for everything from denim and eye creams to coffee mugs and silk sheets (yes, she has a spending problem).

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