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Sending an unexpected bouquet is a sure-fire way to bring a smile to anyone’s face. And during an awards season like no other, it may not always be convenient to shop Hollywood’s favorite florists without leaving the house. The best online flower delivery services allow you to easily order stylish stems that are guaranteed to arrive fresh and on time regardless of the destination.
Whether you’re showing your appreciation for a stressed showrunner, hard-working producer, or beloved mom (yes, Mother’s Day is on the horizon), there is no shortage of occasions that can’t be celebrated with a beautiful arrangement of blooms. Here, we’ve rounded up the best online florists that offer same- and next-day delivery as well as scheduling in advance — check out our favorites below.
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1. Urban Stems
Offering same- and next-day delivery, Urban Stems specializes in easy gifting and luxurious florals sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms. From bright and modern bouquets with roses and ranunculuses to sympathy arrangements with elegant white blooms, the online company offers plenty of stunning creations for every type of flower lover. You can add on vases, balloons, and customized greeting cards alongside thoughtfully curated gifts such as Red Poppy hand lotion, Apotheke candles, and Sugarfina sweets, to name a few.
H0llywood-loved fashion designer Jason Wu recently dreamed up runway-inspired arrangements for 1-800Flowers, which also offers nearly every gifting option you can think of beyond bouquets — from gourmet fruit baskets to personalized jewelry and more. The company’s umbrella of brands includes Harry & David, The Popcorn Factory, Cheryl’s Cookies, Wolferman’s Bakery, Shari’s Berries, and other online delivery services, so there are plenty of ways to complement your florals.
Same-day delivery is available (thanks to the company’s network of local florists) and 1-800Flowers’ website makes it easy to shop for specific occasions and upcoming holidays.
3. The Bouqs
California-based The Bouqs is known for its fashionable, farm-direct floral bouquets, which are arranged by local florists who use sustainably grown blooms. The online company offers same- or next-day delivery on its arrangements and gift-ready plants for every type of occasion and recipient, and you can add on stylish vases and customize the number of stems.
We like that you can subscribe to regular shipments (whether for yourself or someone else) for $36 to $60 per month. The monthly subscription can be customized by the arrival date, bouquet size, and recipient, making it a great option if you send flowers frequently.
Belinda Blossom Bouquet by Bloom & Plume, $64; more options at The Bouqs
FTD is among the best online flower delivery services for its speedy delivery options (including same-day) and the sheer number of options for occasions including birthdays, congratulations, condolences, holidays, retirements, and much more. Expect to find modern arrangements comprised of roses, daisies, carnations, tulips, and snapdragons (among many other stems) as well as bonsai trees, orchids, and other plants.
Marmalade Skies Bouquet, $50+; more options at FTD
What’s great about Floom is that the company works with independent and local florists, allowing you to support small businesses while enjoying the conveniences of online shopping. The brand offers same- and next-day delivery in Los Angeles, New York, and most other major U.S. cities, and its bouquets range from classic congratulatory roses to chic rustic arrangements to cascading blossoms worthy of Bridgerton.
Aromatic Roses by Wild Stems L.A., $135; more options at Floom
Although it’s owned by gift delivery behemoth FTD, ProFlowers offers a decidedly more pared-down collection of stylish bouquets, saving you precious time from endless scrolling. The company works with farms that abide by fair labor and sustainability practices, and says it regularly audits its partners in the U.S. and abroad.
Last-minute shoppers can order for same- or next-day delivery, as well as schedule flowers to arrive in advance. In addition to arrangements for birthdays, holidays, anniversaries, and other occasions, the company carries corporate gifting options as well as plants, gourmet food baskets, and more.
Hello Sunshine Bouquet, $58+; more options at ProFlowers
7. The Sill
If your recipient prefers living greenery to permanently spruce up their home or office, New York-born The Sill is a great place to shop. The online plant retailer takes the guesswork out of pairing leaves with the right vessels, and you can shop succulents, Zz plants (Zamioculcas zamiifolia), snake plants, fiddle-leaf fig trees, and more that come pre-potted in stylish and minimalist pots. If you prefer to pick up your online order in-store, you can do so at the company’s locations in NYC and Los Angeles.
The Living Room Bundle, $110; more options at The Sill
For the green-thumbed flower cultivator, look to Bloomscape for a gift that keeps on giving (and growing). The company offers gift-ready indoor plants as well as outdoor annuals that your recipient can plant wherever they want. If you prefer to send a potted plant, you can choose from money trees of all sizes, red prayer plants, bromeliad pineapples, and other eye-catching stems.
Pink Calibrachoa, Coleus, and Mezoo Combination Kit, $45+; more options at Bloomscape
One of the best online florists for creating beautiful, personalized arrangements is Floracracy. After answering a few quiz questions to determine the type of recipient, the occasion, the meaning you want to convey (such as gratitude, sorrow, love, and more) and the floral style (bohemian, old world, rustic, garden, minimalist, and whimsical), you’ll get bouquet suggestions that you can further customize by size, color palette, and flower and fill types (and even the positions of each). We like Floracracy’s transparent pricing, how the company explains the meanings and origins of your stems, and that senders can craft their own letter or have one written on their behalf.
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