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Valentine’s Day flowers are a favorite gift for a reason—who doesn’t love getting a gorgeous bouquet that makes them feel loved and appreciated? While you could pick up flowers at the nearest grocery store, you can also order flowers online. Last-minute flower delivery services are an easy way to ensure the special person in your life gets their flowers in time. Plus, there are so many unique services—from Bouqs to Urban Stems to The Sill—that allow you to customize your order, making it look like you spent more time and energy to pick out the perfect blooms.
When shopping for flowers online, you have two options: boxed or florist-delivered. Boxed flowers typically don't come pre-arranged or fully bloomed, which means you need to do a little work, but they tend to last longer. But if you want your sweetheart to take in all the glory of a ready-to-displaybouquet on February 14—without paying for expedited shipping—then the local florist option is your best bet. Many offer same-day deliver
Below, our experts have curated a list of the 12 best places to order Valentine's Day flowers online right now.
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1. The Bouqs Co.
Several of Reviewed's experts rave about The Bouqs Co., saying it's one of their favorite places to order flowers online.The high quality blooms are sourced from local farms, so you get information about whereyour bouquet came from with each purchase. Bouqs sells individual Valentine's Day bouquets, but also offers a flower subscription service, which would make a great ongoing gift for your valentine. Starting at $40 per month, you can get a fresh bouquet delivered to your doorstep every month,whether you want dreamy wildflowers or romantic red roses. Our executive editor of commerce has been using the service for the past year and is absolutely obsessed with how beautiful each arrangement is.
2. FTD Flowers
From sweet floral arrangements to chocolate-dipped strawberries, FTD Flowers has almostevery corner of the Valentine’s Day gift market covered. Whether you’re looking for deals on Valentine’s Day flowers or other gifts, FTD has dozens of options to choose from. FTD bouquets are also arranged by local florists, so you can support small businesses in your area. Reviewed's experts tested out the popular service andfound that the flowers are absolutely lovely, though come a bit smaller than they appear in the picture. They liked how easy the site was to navigate and that you can order next-day and even same-day delivery.
3. The Sill
If you’re looking for something less traditional and will last longer than a week or so, try ordering potted flowers from The Sill. The site currently has a Valentine’s Day gifts page featuring a ton of curated flowers and houseplants. Note that some of the more popular plants have a waitlist, so you’ll want to pick flowers that are currently available to ensure they arrive on time.
One of our editors tried out The Sill and absolutely loved the plant delivery service. She appreciated how well and safely her ZZ plant was packaged and that it came with care instructions, so her plant is still thriving. You can expect whichever plant you choose for your valentine to arrive intact.
4. Urban Stems
We tested Urban Stems at Reviewed and found its boxed flowers to be gorgeous, though they required a little bit of TLC straight out of the box. The flowers are arranged in-house and sourced from local farms, so a pre-arranged bouquet will be sent to your valentine—meaning no fuss for you. Vases can be ordered along with bouquets, but note that they’re delivered separately. But there are no hidden fees when ordering and the site has a wide array of Valentine’s Day-themed bouquets to choose from. Wins all around.
ProFlowers is an FTD company, and has similar offerings but with a slight twist. It’s the first service we tested that delivered beautiful, blooming flowers straight out of the box—we didn't have to waita few days for them to perk up. The flowers we ordered lasted a full week without wilting, which is shocking considering they came already in full bloom. In our experience, they also came on time and looked absolutely stunning. You can currently shop a large selection of Valentine's Day arrangements at ProFlowers.
Teleflora has a plethora of bouquet options from local florists that will be hand-delivered to your valentine on your desired date. Alongside the gorgeous arrangements, Teleflora also offers unique, handmade vases and pots that make the bouquet feel and look extra special. If you want to save some money on Valentine's Day flowers this year, Teleflora runs a Deal of the Day featuring a different discounted arrangement each day.
The next time you place an Amazon order, you can also snag a bouquet of Valentine's Day flowers from a local florist for your partner. The massive online retailer has a specific page devoted to fresh-cut flowers and you can choose your giftee's favorite from a vast selection of roses, carnations, mixed bouquetsand more. Note: Because these flowers come from different florists, you’re going to have to read the fine print for each bouquet to make sure it will arrive on time.
While BloomsyBox is technically a flower subscription service, you can also buy an individualbouquet from the site for Valentine’s Day. Of course, you could just go with the subscription and keep the romance flourishing for months. The flowers are all locally sourced and the site offers an array of bouquets featuring flowers that are in season. When we tested BloomsyBox, we were impressed by its vibrant flowers that arrived on time and lasted for about two weeks. While we haven’t received any of the individual bouquets, if they’re anything like the subscription, your valentine will be wowed.
1-800-Flowers is one of the OG services that comes to mind when you think about flower delivery. There are a ton of Valentine’s Day bouquets to choose from, as well as gifts like chocolates and teddy bears that your valentine will find especially sweet. Plus, Reviewed's experts found that 1-800-Flowers delivers quality bouquets in a timely manner after testing the service ourselves.
One thing to note keep in mind: We found that the flowers on the site delivered by local florists were far superior over the ones that come in a box. Those that arrive via florist are nicely arranged and fully bloomed, compared to those that came in a box that you’ll need to clip, feedand place in a vase—which diminishes the romance when receiving flowers.
Supporting local artisanal florists, Floom has a gorgeous selection of unique flowers. Because of this, you'll have to select blooms based on your valentine’s location first rather than shopping by bouquet, which limits your options. However, it crafts a more localized and personal experience that will make your recipient feel loved and Floom offers same-day delivery on Valentine's Day. You can also order local plants and groceries with Floom, too.
11. From You Flowers
From You Flowers is quite popular for flower delivery, and it sells its highly-rated bouquets on its own site as well as Amazon. Aside from dozens of bouquets to choose from, there are flower plants like orchids, hydrangeasand anthuriums to give your valentine. Even better, flowers can be delivered within four hours of ordering, and you can get the arrangement delivered in vases or customize it with add-ons like chocolates and stuffed animals.
12. Venus et Fleur
If you really want to impress your valentine, check out Venus et Fleur. These luxury arrangements can cost anywhere from $300 to a whopping $1,200, depending on the selection, but supposedly last an entire year so you can justify the price. Celebrities like the Kardashians and Gigi Hadid are obsessed with them, too. Looking for more? The high-end flower delivery service hasadditional gifts to choose from, including candles, mini-flowersand roses encased in glass boxes.
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