There’s nothing groundbreaking about gifting flowers on Valentine’s Day. However, we also don’t know anyone who wouldn’t be delighted receiving a beautifully-arranged bouquet. Suffice to say, flowers on Valentine’s Day is always better than no flowers on Valentine’s Day. In fact, flowers remain one of the most desired gifts during the romantic holiday. Plus, there aren’t many gifts that let you express your affection better without exchanging a single word.
Whether you go for classic roses, change things up with a mix of colorful botanicals, or bundle your flowers with some nice jewelry to make the gesture feel grander, there are plenty of wonderful selections to make Valentine’s feel special. With online deliveries, they’re more convenient than ever, too, allowing you to get a nice arrangement that your partner can appreciate without having to scour long and hard for the perfect bouquet.
If you’re getting flowers for that special someone on this romantic occasion, you can start your search with these recommendations.
From You Roses One Dozen Red Roses
Sometimes, keeping things simple is all it really takes. For Valentine’s Day, nothing gets simpler than a beautiful bouquet of one dozen long-stemmed red roses. Hand-arranged and delivered in a gift box, the roses are wrapped in seasonal greenery to round out the classic aesthetic. For an additional $20, you can double up the bouquet to a couple dozen, too.
1-800-Flowers Love Pup
For the partner who loves their dog more than they (probably) love you, this creative arrangement crafts a bundle of white carnations into the stirring image of puppy love, complete with eyes, nose, and a red satin ribbon on top. Arranged in a woven basket, the pup is surrounded by red roses, mini-carnations, Peruvian lilies, and assorted greenery. How cute is that?
UrbanStems The Verona
If you want a smooth twist on a classic, this arrangement, named after the town where Romeo and Juliet takes place, combines lush roses and delicate garden roses, with ruscus, cocculus, and hypericum berries rounding the whole thing out. It bundles various colors of roses, too, so it’s not as overpowering as the traditional red bouquet, all while looking so much nicer than what you can typically pick up at the local gift shop. Order it with a vase for a much nicer presentation.
The Bouqs Cupcake
As sweet and cheery as a cupcake fresh off the oven, this bouquet combines 48 mixed stems of limonium, carnations, and spray roses. It’s a wholesome arrangement that, the outfit purports, to be as legendary as the delicious baked good. We agree. It’s the kind of Valentine’s bouquet that expresses appreciation, love, and value in its purest form.
1-800-Flowers Always on My Mind
How do you let someone know of their lasting presence in your thoughts? Apparently, some folks think this beautiful arrangement does the trick. While we can’t vouch for its effectiveness at delivering the sentiment, we can definitely embrace the big bouquet’s romantic tone, with its crafty mix of pink roses, Gerbera daisies, and oriental lilies, adorned with larkspur, white snapdragons, and lavender stock. We love the pink-and-purple theme as it keeps things light and airy, almost like a refreshing garden breeze.
Farm Girl Flowers Conversation Hearts
Don’t worry, they don’t actually ship with those heart-shaped candies that didn’t quite tickle our taste buds the way we thought. Apparently, they went out of business last year. Instead, this bouquet draws inspiration from the once-staple Valentine’s candy by combining flowers covered in candy-colored hues. It pairs 25 stems of varying blooms with an assortment of bits, creating a bundle of pink, purple, and blue that’s as sweet as you can get without throwing actual chocolates into the mix. Like other Farm Girl bouquets, the flowers are sourced from farms with high ethical standards, with the arrangement shipped in biodegradable burlap coffee bags to give them that “grabbed these on the way home” feel.
Floom Deep Rose
Red is the traditional color of Valentine’s for good reason – it evokes intense passion in a way no other shade can manage. This arrangement embraces that most extreme of colors, all while going deeper than your typical red rose bundle by combining a bunch of reds and purples to create a bouquet that feels like a raging ball of fiery ardor. It mixes red roses, red garden roses, peonies, button mums, lisianthus, and various greenery to accentuate the red hues.
UrbanStems The Love Spell
This enchanting arrangement is designed to leave your recipient spellbound with its lovely mix of roses, mini calla lilies, snapdragons, ranunculus, and more. Decked in a seemingly random blend of colors and radiant tones, it looks like a veritable bundle of magical concoction that, somehow, captures a sense of harmony that holds you in its grasp. It’s the perfect bouquet to celebrate that long-running romance that’s seen it all and done it all, yet continues to keep the passions burning.
FTD Grand Gesture Bouquet
Is it the grand gesture equivalent of a flower bouquet? We don’t know, since a true grand gesture would entail something far more complicated than simply paying a delivery guy to bring flowers to the recipient’s doorstep. With its daring mix of peach gerbera daisies, pink roses, hot pink waxflower, white lisianthus, and pink snapdragons, however, it’s definitely a stunning arrangement – one that seems to perfectly encapsulate the colorful emotions involved in an exciting storybook romance.