Cheap flower delivery services
For that fresh-from-the-farmers-market feel, choose BloomThat, an online retailer known for its responsible sourcing and personal touches. The curated selection of flowers includes seasonal blooms like tulips by the pound, as well as carefully styled arrangements that come wrapped in burlap. Prices start at just $40 and customers can add on extra goodies like miniature pinatas and gourmet salted caramels for an additional fee. Same-day delivery is available in certain cities, such as New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, while the rest of the country will get their blooms the next day.
As the name implies, Florists.com partners with local shops to deliver arrangements whenever possible; if they don’t have partnerships with florists in your area, though, they’ll ship your bouquet in a gift wrapped box. It’s not just the standard arrangements, either: You can also send live plants ranging from daffodils to mini orchids and fun fruit bouquets like an oversized margarita glass filled with chocolate-covered strawberries.
Not only does this online retailer offer a wide selection of floral arrangements under $30, but it also guarantees same-day delivery on nearly 300 bouquets. You just have to order by 3pm—totally manageable, right?
Founded in 1910, FTD was one of the earliest companies to get into the flower delivery game. Since the company works with more than 35,000 florists in 125 countries, it makes it easy to send a bouquet almost anywhere. FTD’s size helps it keep pricing competitive, too: Arrangements start at just $19.99.
Like many nationwide floral brands, ProFlowers offers a bevy of blooms for same-day, nationwide delivery. You can find old standbys at surprisingly affordable prices (hello, dozen roses for $19.99), as well as more unique options like a juniper bonzai tree and floral peace sign wreath.
Instead of packing your delicate posies into a box and shipping it, Teleflora works with local florists to hand deliver every arrangement. The wide selection of arrangement includes something for every holiday, occasion and recipient, including plenty that can be delivered on the same day. Can’t decide which bouquet to order? Order the Deal of the Day: You just pick the price point and a florist will do the rest.
Not a fan of cookie cutter arrangements? Opt for this eco-friendly retailer that sources sustainable posies from farms across North and South America. Since every flower is cut to order, these arrangements often last longer than the ones you can pick up in any grocery store. And since flowers start at just $40, The Bouqs Co is still a very affordable option.
Though the name of this flower delivery brand hearkens back to the pre-internet era, they’ve since taken their massive catalog online. Flowers start at $19.99, but you might have to shell out a little more for same-day delivery. And since 1-800-Flowers.com also owns Harry and David and several other gift brands, it’s a snap to add a fruit basket, chocolate-covered strawberries and other goodies onto your order.