Send flowers online and surprise a loved one with fresh-cut blooms. Whether it’s to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, holiday or just say “I love you,” flowers are an easy way to show someone you care.
We analyzed dozens of flower delivery services to find the best ones for your money. We looked for streamlined shopping experiences, options that fit different occasions and price points, as well as a wide variety of bouquet types. And we evaluated the quality of each bouquet on arrival — did it look like its online photo and how wilted was it after a few days?
Our testers liked that 1-800-Flowers has a large selection of bouquets for same-day delivery and the website is easy to navigate. However, the brand’s arrangement design is a bit less elegant than some of our other picks. And its website doesn’t allow you to see the specific flowers in a bouquet before ordering, which could land you with an unwelcome surprise if your recipient has pets and is worried about them being pet-safe.
This DTC floral service prides itself on creating a modern approach to flower shopping by working directly with farmers. The company offers next-day and same-day delivery nationwide as well as New York City and Washington, D.C. The shopping experience is streamlined; shoppers can browse by occasion, flower type or curated collections such as a collaboration with Vogue magazine. In addition, shoppers can filter by price buckets and choose from a range of add-ons including vases, gift cards, chocolates and plants.