16 Best Flower Delivery Services for Beautiful Flowers 2022

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There’s something about being an adult that makes me want to buy fresh flowers every time I’m at Trader Joe’s, or have them sent via an online flower delivery service. Maybe I watched too many episodes of Emily in Paris, or I just need an excuse to bring the outdoors into my apartment. Whatever the reason, bouquets are a huge mood lifter for me, and I’m not the only one. 65% of Americans say they feel special when they receive flowers, and although the vast majority of people send flowers for special occasions, a sizable number of people (around 23%) said they ordered them “just because “. Whether you’re a “just because” bouquet lover or someone who only buys buds for Valentine’s Day, we’ve found the best online flower delivery services to make your gift giving this year a game. of child.

Ahead, find the best flower delivery services and subscriptions that will keep you and your loved ones constantly surrounded by new arrangements. Whether you want to keep it under $100 or are willing to shell out a little more, we’ve found the perfect bouquets for you. (And hey, you always have the option of adding chocolate or pastries for an extra “wow” factor.)

The best online flower deliveries


Colorful bouquets and reasonable prices are 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 personalizations to really show the recipient how special they are to you.

Price: $55 and up

Pictured: Light of My Life

FTD Flowers

FTD Flowers offers traditional bouquets with optional same-day delivery depending on your location. You can also order plants, gifts, baked goods, and other flower-adjacent items to give your gift a little extra punch.

Price: $60 and up

Pictured: Hello Sunshine Bouquet

roses only

As its name suggests, Roses Only only sells roses. This flower delivery service keeps things simple with single-hued roses delivered in sets of four. Opt for same-day delivery if you’re short on time, or pre-order yours for special occasions like Valentine’s Day.

Price: $50 and up

Pictured: 18 pink roses


If you are pressed for time and you happen to be an Instacart member, logging in and ordering flowers from your local supermarket is probably your best bet. Choose from a wide variety of offers in your area and enjoy free shipping.

Prices: Various

Pictured: Dz. Gelson’s Rainbow Mono


Terrain offers some of the most magnificent and unique arrangements available. All bouquets have a vintage Italian villa vibe and ship anywhere in the United States. All flowers are shipped overnight via UPS with a flat rate of $25, so your buds will always arrive on time.

Price: $64+

Pictured: Pink Ice Protea Bunch


Each BloomsyBox is filled with richly hued flowers that mix with other objects found in nature like berries and pine cones. You can choose from their collection of roses, tropicals, and plants to suit your needs, and subscribing will get you deep discounts.

Price: $45+

Pictured: Fireplace


Buy dried or fresh flowers through UrbanStems. You can also save between 10-25% when you subscribe, so keep that in mind if you literally always want fresh flowers in your house (that’s me). These babies will be delivered to your door tomorrow.

Price: $35 and up

Pictured: the Juneau

The threshold

The Sill sells houseplants that are as cute as can be, but you can also buy beautiful bouquets from their online store. You’ll also find other gift-worthy items like notebooks, hats, and vases on the site. Standard Shipping orders arrive in two to six business days, depending on where you call home.

Price: $23 and up

On the photo: small bouquet earth and sky


Bloom’s flowers (let’s say this three times faster) range from very affordable to very, very expensive. Because they source from various florists across the United States, you can find all types of bouquets on their website and opt for same-day delivery if needed.

Price: $49+

Pictured: Illuminated by Floweraholic Online

new shipments

Fresh shipments

Trust the powers that be: Fresh Sends sends you and your loved ones a “surprise” bouquet (The Send) professionally composed based on seasonality and freshness. Although you don’t know what you’re sending, you can rest assured that the recipient loves their arrangement. We love this because it saves time scrolling and wondering whether or not you should go for the blood orange daisies or the springy purple tulips. The bouquet is beautifully wrapped in a Fresh Sends “Times” newspaper and is truly stunning as a centerpiece. And the bouquets only come in one size, so you’re literally one click away from purchasing. Do! Easy! And if you subscribe, the bouquet will only cost $54. To get an idea of ​​what the arrangements look like, check out the Fresh Sends Instagram page.

Price: $60 for sending, $54 for subscription

Pictured: sending

Ode to the rose

As the name suggests, there is something elegant and French about these flower arrangements. None of the bouquets are particularly intricate, but they all resemble decor you might find, say, at Ladurée or a fancy European patisserie. You can order these beauties nationwide and opt for same-day deliveries in major cities like New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago.

Price: $64+

Pictured: Paulette

Venus and Flower

If these roses look familiar to you, it’s because you have Most likely spotted it on your IG feed. A celebrity favorite, Venus et Fleur specializes in rose arrangements that come in their signature logo 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 them sooner.

Price: $44+

Pictured: large square


FlowerBx organizes its entire set by hue, making flower shopping a delightful experience. Whether you’re looking for a lilac lover or someone who loves all things red, you can easily sift through Flower Bx’s collection. East Coasters and West Coasters can opt for next day delivery.

Price: $60 and up

Pictured: Candy Cane Amaryllis

enjoy the flowers

Want to control every step of the flower buying process? Enjoy Flowers is for you. Choose your flowers, a vase, a delivery date and a customizable note. Then Enjoy Flowers packs your flowers and ships them to your loved ones.

Price: $59 and up

Pictured: Deck the Halls


Petalled arrangements look like belong in a mason jar. These rustic chic flowers will make any space cozy and wild. And one of the most unique things about Petalled is that you can see exactly how long it will take your florist to prepare your chosen arrangement.

Price: $70 and up

Pictured: Modern Love, Mezza


Want your gift to last just over two weeks? Send your loved one a plant from Bloomi. You can choose from high-maintenance, low-maintenance, and pet-friendly varieties. Everything is shipped within two to six days.

Price: $34

Pictured: Bromeliad Aechmea Pink

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Terisa K. Carn